Water currents in spawning areas of pebble nest of Nocomis leptocephalus
Nocomis leptocephalus leptocephalus
(= Ceratichthys biguttatus)--UF 173453 (no BU number) (13); USNM 329259 (no BU number) (11).
Presencia de Leiurus leptocephalus
(Rudolphi, 1819) Leuckart, 1850 en Bradypus griseus griseus (Gray, 1871) Allen, 1891.
Likewise, if a leptocephalus
larva of the European eel takes the route to North America, it reaches the river mouths when it is still a leptocephalus
larva, and dies.
Bluehead Chubs (Nocom is leptocephalus
interocularis, ACTINOPTERYGII: Cyprinidae) are common minnows in the Chattahoochee watershed.
It should be noted that there two color phases typically referred to as Cryptocentrus leptocephalus
Spawning behaviors in the bluehead chub, Nocomis leptocephalus
, river chub, N.
But following the passive, long-range dispersion of their leptocephalus
stages by currents, freshwater eels may have had to evolve long-distance migrations to return from their temperate growth habitats to their tropical spawning grounds.
larvae were collected at TE in spring 1998 (Table 1; Fig.
(GenBank Accessions DQ324063 and EU082468, respectively) were used as outgroups.
One of the main differences in the relative abundance of larvae between sampling devices in the central Bahamas is that channel nets collect a large proportion of labrids and leptocephalus
larvae (Shenker et al.
covers the pit with pebbles and excavates another pit for spawning, whereas a male N.