A Field Guide to Pacific Coast Fishes: North America by Eugene H. Kaplan, Roger Tory Peterson, Susan L. Kaplan

By Eugene H. Kaplan, Roger Tory Peterson, Susan L. Kaplan

Greater than six hundred species are defined intimately, with greater than 525 illustrations. this can be the consultant for fast, trustworthy id of fishes that youll come upon whereas fishing, snorkeling, diving, or perhaps walking alongside a Pacific Coast seashore.

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8. 42. Dicranophorus leptodon Wiszniewski, 1934 Figs. 198-200 Wiszniewski 1934a: 359, pI. 59 figs. 30-32; Kutikova 1970: 375-376, figs. 205 422a-~. Type locality Lakes Wigry and Dowcieri, Poland; hygropsammon. Description Body moderately elongate. Head c. 1/3 total length. Rostruln broad, rounded, strongly decurved; 2 prominent, laterally projecting, finger-shaped palps. Trunk with lateral sulci. Toes long, c. 1/4 total length, slightly decurved ventrally, gradually tapering to long, acute claw.

Wulfert 1957: 27, fig. Id (D. hauerianus var. brachygnathus); Kutikova 1978: 369, figs. 411a-c, ? 381, fig. 446 (D. h. brachygnathus); Koste 1978: 461, pI. 167, figs. la-c (D. h. var. siedleckii), ? 460, pI. 174, fig. 3d (D. h. var. brachygnathus). Figs. 81-84: Dicranophorus artamus. 81: lateral view, 82: foot with toes, dorsal view, 83: toes, lateral view, 84: trophi, ventral view. Figs. 85,86: Dicranophorus ponerus. 85: lateral view, 86: trophi, ventral view. lm. (81-86: after Harring & Myers, 1928) 17.

1/3 shaft length, apophyse(s) present. Manubria slightly less incus length, nearly straight, clubbed anteriorly. Length 200-245 /lm, toe 30-35 /lm; trophi 25-30 /lm. Distribution and ecology N. America, Europe. 8. 42. Dicranophorus leptodon Wiszniewski, 1934 Figs. 198-200 Wiszniewski 1934a: 359, pI. 59 figs. 30-32; Kutikova 1970: 375-376, figs. 205 422a-~. Type locality Lakes Wigry and Dowcieri, Poland; hygropsammon. Description Body moderately elongate. Head c. 1/3 total length. Rostruln broad, rounded, strongly decurved; 2 prominent, laterally projecting, finger-shaped palps.

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