For the white sucker Catostomus commersoni, otoliths were validated as a reliable estimator of age (Thompson and Beckman, 1995), whereas sections of fin rays and scales tended to underestimate ages of older fish (Sylvester and Berry, 2006) .
On age determination with scales and bones of the white sucker, Catostomus commersoni.
elongatus was commonly collected with blacknose dace Rhinichthys atratulus, creek chubs, white suckers Catostomus commersoni
, and Johnny darters Etheostoma nigrum.
2]: Catastomidae: white sucker, Catostomus commersoni
(42, 25, 0.
Timing of spawning and assessment of a degree-day model to predict the in situ embryonic developmental rate of white sucker, Catostomus commersoni
33-35) Diâmetro órgão 47 x 43 -- tribocítico (41-58) x (37-48) (100-110) Faringe 18 x 16 -- (15-24) x (14-17) Esôfago -- -- (24-27) Cisto do hospedeiro 380 x 313 Ovóide (360-405) x (270-375) (480-640) x (450-500) Cisto do parasito piriforme -- 225 x 125 (195-255) x (105-150) Espessura da parede -- -- do cisto do parasito Hospedeiros Cyprinidae Percidae Pimephales promelas Perca flavescens Semotilus atromaculatus Hybognathus placitus Campostoma anomalum Notrops cornutus Notrops lutrensis Catostomidae Catostomus commersoni
Localidade Riacho Burle, South Lago Itasca, Dakota Minnesota EUA EUA Referência Duru et al.
4% of the total, and the white sucker, Catostomus commersoni, accounted for 3.
4% of the total catch, and white suckers, Catostomus commersoni, composed 3.
Maturation of white sucker, Catostomus commersoni
, populations in Ontario.
Four species of catostomid were reported by Wilson (1967), probably from the Holocene of Michigan, and Holman (1979) reported additional specimens of Catostomus commersoni
No genetic evidence for hybridization between Rio Grande sucker, Catostomus plebeius, and the introduced white sucker, Catostomus commersoni
, in the Rio Grande.
Alasmidonta marginata was present only in Wildcat Creek, which also contains the host species Ambloplites rupestris (rock bass), Moxostoma macrolepidotum (shorthead redhorse), Hypentelium nigricans (northern hogsucker), and Catostomus commersoni