Epulopiscium fishelsoni

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Epulopiscium fishelsoni

A prokaryote name with no current standing in prokaryotic nomenclature.
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1977) or may be located in accessory structure(s) previously referred to as seminal vesicles (Eggert, 1931; Young and Fox, 1937) or sperm duct glands (Miller, 1984) and more recently as accessory gonadal structures, or AGS (Cole and Robertson, 1988) (see Fishelson, 1991 for summary).
74] Bohana-Kashtan O, Ziporen L, Donin N, Kraus S, Fishelson Z.
Chave (1978) observed Pristiapogon tae-niopterus (Bennett 1836) developing black fin markings when courting, and Fishelson (1970) observed a male Cheilodipterus lineatus (Lacepede 1801) partially fading its normal longitudinal striped pattern and developing a white vertical band on his trunk during courtship.
Ontogenetic habitat shifts are particularly common in marine organisms and are widespread among a variety of vertebrates (Price and Grant, 1984; Fishelson et al.
Fishelson, James, "From the Silk Road to Chevron: The Geopolitics of Oil Pipelines in Central Asia," School of Russian and Asian Studies, December 12, 2007.
After seeing it there, David Fishelson, Artistic Director of the Manhattan Ensemble Theater, optioned it, and in 2004 it was performed at the MET under the direction of Joanna Settle.
7% by %M in Madagascar [Harmelin-Vivien and Bouchon, 1976]; 92% by %N in the South Pacific [Randall, 1980]; 95% by %N in the Red Sea [Shpigel and Fishelson, 1989a]).
EVER BOLD Few know the red lionfish (Pterois volitans) as well as Lev Fishelson does.
In response to a question about the possibility of water conflict in the Middle East, Gideon Fishelson of Tel Aviv University responded, "Water is a scarce resource.
MET's artistic director David Fishelson got word of a one-woman show dealing with Iraqi womanhood from an English colleague, and his curiosity was piqued.