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Academy of Natural Sciences
Proceedings of The Academy of Natural Sciences (Vol. 127, 1975)
James E. Bohlke (ed)
Contents: The chestnut moray, “Enchelycore carychroa,” a new species from the West Atlantic; The status of the Ophichthid eel genera “Caecula” Vahl and “Sphagebranchus” Bloch, and the description of a new genus and species from fresh waters in Brazil; The characid fish genus “Creagrudite” Myers a synonym of “Creagrutus” Gunther, with the description of a new species from Amazonian Ecuador; A new genus and species of fish (”Nemaclinus atelestos”) from the Western Atlantic (Perciformes: Clinidae); Additions to the Pennsylvania ichthyofauna of the Susquehanna River drainage; Catalogue of type specimens of fossil vertebrates, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia Introduction and Part I: Marine Mammals; Diatoms as indicator of pollution Zayandeh River, Iran; Notes on parasitic Rhodomelaceae, I: The morphology and systematic position of “Benzaitenia yenoshimensis” Yendo, a parasitic red alga from Japan; Notes on parasitic Rhodomelaceae, II: The morphology and systematic position of the parasitic red alga “Jantinella verrucaeformis” (Setchell and McFadden ) Kylin; Notes on parasitic Rhodomelaceae, III: “Meridiocolax narcissus,” a new red alga parasitic on “Polysiphonia ferulacea” Suhr from the Florida keys; New Rhyacophilidae records with some water quality data; A new subgenus and species of the genus “Tanytarsus” (Chironomidae: Chironominae: Tanytarsini); The immature Chironimids of the Eastern United States I. Introduction and Tanypodinae-Coelotanypodini; A revision of the genus “Cylindrotettix” including new species (Orthoptera: Acrididae; Leptysminae); New genera and species of Dysommine and Synaphobranchine eels (Synaphobranchidae) with an analysis of the Dysomminae; An ecological study of fishes at a site in Upper Amazonian Ecuador; Supplemental description of rare blenniid fish “Phenablennius heyligeri” (Bleeker); Electrophoretic phenotypes of “Rana ridibunda,” “Rana lesonae,” and their hybridogenetic associate, “Rana esculenta”; Diploid and triploid progeny from a diploid female of “Rana esculenta” (Amphibia Salientia). Illus.
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