Percina

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Infotaula d'ésser viuPercina
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Percina antesella
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Percina aurolineata
Taxonomia
Super-regneEukaryota
RegneAnimalia
FílumChordata
ClasseActinopterygii
OrdrePerciformes
FamíliaPercidae
GènerePercina
Haldeman, 1842[1][2]
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Percina és un gènere de peixos pertanyent a la família dels pèrcids[3] autòctons de l'Amèrica del Nord.[4] Són peixos petits i ossis. Algunes espècies presenten un patró de franges verticals als flancs.[4]

Espècies[modifica]

Referències[modifica]

  1. Haldeman S. S., 1842. Description of two new species of the genus Perca, from the Susquehanna River. J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. v. 8 (pt 2). 330
  2. uBio (anglès)
  3. The Taxonomicon (anglès)
  4. 4,0 4,1 ZipCodeZoo (anglès)
  5. Williams, J. D. & Etnier, D. A., 1977. Percina (Imostoma) antesella, a new percid fish from the Coosa River system in Tennessee and Georgia. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington v. 90 (núm. 1): 6-18.
  6. Cope, E. D., 1868. On the distribution of fresh-water fishes in the Allegheny region of southwestern Virginia. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Filadèlfia. Second series. v. 6 (art. 5): 207-247, Pls. 26-28.
  7. Suttkus, R. D. & Ramsey, J. S., 1967. Percina aurolineata, a new percid fish from the Alabama River system and a discussion of ecology, distribution, and hybridization of darters of the subgenus Hadropterus. Tulane Studies in Zoology v. 13 (núm. 4): 129-145.
  8. 8,0 8,1 Suttkus, R. D., Thompson, B. A. & Bart, H. L. Jr., 1994. Two new darters, Percina (Cottogaster), from the southeastern United States, with a review of the subgenus. Occasional Papers Tulane University Museum of Natural History Núm. 4: 1-46.
  9. Thompson, B. A., 1995. Percina austroperca: A new species of logperch (Percidae, subgenus Percina) from the Choctawhatchee and Escambia rivers in Alabama and Florida. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology Louisiana State University Núm. 69: 1-20.
  10. Fowler, H. W., 1945. A study of the fishes of the southern Piedmont and coastal plain. Monographs of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Núm. 7: i-vi + 1-408, 313 figs. on 73 unnum. pls.
  11. Rafinesque, C. S., 1818. Discoveries in natural history, made during a journey through the western region of the United States. American Monthly Magazine and Critical Revue v. 3 (5) (Sept. 1818): 354-356.
  12. Baird, S. F. & Girard, C. F., 1853. Descriptions of new species of fishes collected by Mr. John H. Clark, on the U. S. and Mexican Boundary Survey, under Lt. Col. Jas. D. Graham. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 6: 387-390.
  13. Jordan, D. S., 1877. Contributions to North American ichthyology based primarily on the collections of the United States National Museum. Núm. 2. A.--Notes on Cottidae ..., and Hyodontidae, with revisions of the genera and descriptions of new or little known species. Bulletin of the United States National Museum Núm. 10: 1-68, Pls. 44-45.
  14. Jordan, D. S. & Brayton, A. W., 1878. Contributions to North American ichthyology. Núm. 3. A. On the distribution of the fishes of the Allegany region of South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee, with descriptions of new or little known species. Bulletin of the United States National Museum Núm. 12: 3-95.
  15. 15,0 15,1 15,2 Gilbert, C. H., 1887. Descriptions of new and little known etheostomoids. Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 10 (núm. 607): 47-64.
  16. Jordan, D. S., 1877. On the fishes of northern Indiana. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 29 (pt 1): 42-82.
  17. Beckham, E. C., III, 1980. Percina gymnocephala, a new percid fish of the subgenus Alvordius, from the New River in North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology Louisiana State University Núm. 57: 1-11.
  18. Thompson, B. A., 1985. Percina jenkinsi, a new species of logperch (Pisces, Percidae) from the Conasauga River, Tennessee and Georgia. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology Louisiana State University Núm. 61: 1-23.
  19. Thompson, B. A., 1997. Percina kathae, a new logperch endemic to the Mobile basin in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee (Percidae, Etheostomatini). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural Science Louisiana State University Núm. 73: 1-34.
  20. 20,0 20,1 20,2 Williams, J.D., Neely, D.A., Walsh, S.J. & Burkhead, N.M., 2007. Three new percid fishes (Percidae: Percina) from the Mobile Basin drainage of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. Zootaxa, 1549: 1–28.
  21. Richards, W. J. & Knapp, L. W., 1964. Percina lenticula, a new percid fish, with a redescription of the subgenus Hadropterus. Copeia 1964 (núm. 4): 690-701.
  22. Cope, E. D., 1867. Supplement on some new species of American and African fishes. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society v. 13 (pt 2): 400-407.
  23. Stevenson, M. M., 1971. Percina macrolepida (Pisces, Percidae, Etheostomatinea), a new percid fish of the subgenus Percina from Texas. Southwestern Naturalist v. 16 (núm. 1): 65-83.
  24. Girard, C. F., 1859. Ichthyological notices. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 11: 56-68.
  25. Bailey, R. M., 1941. Hadropterus nasutus, a new darter from Arkansas. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Núm. 440: 1-8, Pl. 1.
  26. Cope, E. D., 1870. On some Etheostomine perch from Tennessee and North Carolina. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society v. 11: 261-270.
  27. Agassiz, L., 1854. Notice of a collection of fishes from the southern bend of the Tennessee River, in the State of Alabama. American Journal of Science and Arts (Series 2) v. 17: 297-308, 353-365.
  28. Raney, E. C. & Hubbs, C. L. 1948. Hadropterus notogrammus, a new percid fish from Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Núm. 512: 1-26, Pls. 1-2.
  29. Hubbs, C. L. & Raney, E. C., 1939. Hadropterus oxyrhynchus, a new percid fish from Virginia and West Virginia. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Núm. 396: 1-9, 1 pl.
  30. Bailey, R. M., 1940. Hadropterus palmaris, a new darter from the Alabama River System. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences v. 30 (núm. 12): 524-530.
  31. Moore, G. A. & Reeves, J. D., 1955. Hadropterus pantherinus, a new percid fish from Oklahoma and Arkansas. Copeia 1955 (núm. 2): 89-92, Pl. 1.
  32. Cope, E. D., 1864. On a blind silurid, from Pennsylvania. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 16 (núm. 4): 231-233.
  33. Nelson, E. W., 1876. A partial catalogue of the fishes of Illinois. Bulletin of the Illinois Museum of Natural History v. 1 (núm. 1): 33-52.
  34. 34,0 34,1 Jordan, D. S., 1889. Descriptions of fourteen species of fresh-water fishes collected by the U. S. Fish Commission in the summer of 1888. Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 11 (núm. 723): 351-362, Pls. 43-45.
  35. Swain, J., 1883. A description of a new species of Hadropterus (Hadropterus scierus) from southern Indiana. Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 6 (núm. 379): 252.
  36. Girard, C. F., 1859. Ichthyological notices. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 11: 100-104.
  37. Burr, B. M. & Page, L. M., 1993. A new species of Percina (Odontopholis) from Kentucky and Tennessee with comparisons to Percina cymatotaenia (Teleostei: Percidae). Bulletin of the Alabama Museum of Natural History Núm. 16: 15-28.
  38. Thompson, B. A., 1997. Percina suttkusi, a new species of logperch (subgenus Percina) from Louisiana, Missippi, and Alabama (Perciformes, Percidae, Etheostomatini). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural Science Louisiana State University Núm. 72: 1-27.
  39. Etnier, D. A., 1976. Percina (Imostoma) tanasi, a new percid fish from the Little Tennessee River, Tennessee. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington v. 88 (núm. 44): 469-488.
  40. Hay, O. P., 1882. On a collection of fishes from the lower Mississippi Valley. Bulletin of the U. S. Fish Commission v. 2 [1882]: 57-75.
  41. Page, L.M. & Near, T.J., 2007. A New Darter from the Upper Tennessee River Drainage Related to Percina macrocephala (Percidae: Etheostomatinae). Copeia, 2007 (3): 605–613.
  42. BioLib (anglès)
  43. AQUATAB
  44. Catalogue of Life (anglès)
  45. Discover Life (anglès)
  46. World Register of Marine Species (anglès)
  47. FishBase (anglès)
  48. UNEP-WCMC Species Database (anglès)

Bibliografia[modifica]

  • Fritzsche, R.A., 1982. Osteichthyes. A: Parker, S.P., Synopsis and Classification of Living Organisms, vol. 2. McGraw-Hill, Nova York: 858-944.

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