4 edition of comparative study in colour patterns and behaviour in seven Asiatic Barbus species (Cyprinidae, Ostariophysi, Osteichthyes) found in the catalog.
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|Statement||B. Conchonius. B. Nigrofasciatus. B. Tetrazona. B. Stoliczkanus. B. Cumingi. B. Phutunio. B. Gelius. By K. Kortmulder.|
|Series||Behaviour, an international journal of comparative ethology. Supplement,, v. 19|
|LC Classifications||QL638.C94 K67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 331 p. with illus.|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||73165535|
The Cape whitefish or Berg-breede River whitefish (Pseudobarbus capensis) is a ray-finned fish species in the family is placed with the South African redfins in is closest living relative was at one time considered the sawfin (P. serra).Family: Cyprinidae. This aims of the study are to know the frequency of the gene (allele) of body banding patterns of Barbus tetrazona as well as its genotype frequency of body banding patterns. ISSN
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A comparative study in colour patterns and behaviour in seven Asiatic Barbus species (Cyprinidae, Ostariophysi, Osteichthyes) A progress report.
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Behaviour Suppl. Kortmulder, K. On ethology and Author: K. Kortmulder. A Comparative Study in Colour Patterns and Behaviour in Seven Asiatic Barbus Species (Cyprinidae, Ostariophysi, Osteichthyes) This book is about the behaviour of teleosts, a well-defined, highly successful, taxonomic group of vertebrate animals sharing a common body plan and forming the vast majority of living bony fishes.
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Barbus is a genus of ray-finned fish in the family type species of Barbus is the common barbel, first described as Cyprinus barbus and now named Barbus barbus.
Barbus is the namesake genus of the subfamily Barbinae, but given their relationships, that taxon is better included in the Cyprininae at least for the largest part (including the type species of Barbus).Class: Actinopterygii.
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Common patterns of behavior are exhibited by many species. accomplish these basic goals, including communication behavior, territorial behavior, dispersal behavior, and social behavior. Genus: Barbus. Barbus senso stricto is only valid for some European tetraploid species and some species of the Maghreb and North-East Africa (Doadrio,Berrebi,Berrebi et.
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