Eleotris pisonis (Gmelin, ). Dataset; GBIF Backbone Taxonomy: Rank; SPECIES. Eleotris pisonis (Gmelin, ). Spinycheek sleeper. Head broad, depressed; body robust; snout short; interorbital broad, 3 times eye diameter; mouth large. Genus, Eleotris Bloch and Schneider, – sleepers, spinycheek sleepers. Species, Eleotris pisonis (Gmelin, ) – spinycheek sleeper, guavina espinosa .
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Taiboi OtaheitisGobius strigatusBroussonet Fasc. The name of a Nile fish, eleotris Ref.
STRI Data Portal – Eleotris pisonis
Molecular phylogeny of basal gobioid fishes: Sounds Ciguatera Speed Swim. Short description Morphology Morphometrics Dorsal spines total: This is a demersal amphidromous species.
It can be found among the roots of floating macrophytes and may also feed on plant material Nordie A field guide to Atlantic coast fishes of North America.
This map was computer-generated and has not yet been reviewed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Read more about M. Eleotris capite plagioplateo, maxilla inferiore longiore, pinnis ventralibus discretis. Corpus oblongum, teretiusculumsquamatum, caput nudum, compressum, oculi eleorris, nares geminae, dentes parvi, acuti, conferti, inaequales, introrsum versi, in maxilla inferiore longiores, lingua et palatum glabra, apertura branchialis ampla, linea elwotris recta, dorso vicinior, anus medius, caudalis rotundata.
They appear to prefer estuarine freshwater tributaries, occurring in waters with a salinity range of 0 to 19 ppt Ref.
They appear to prefer estuarine freshwater tributaries, occurring in waters with a salinity range of zero to 19 ppt. You can sponsor this page. Collaborators Pictures Stamps, Coins Misc. Habitat in mari pacifico prope infulam Otaheiti. Gonadal development takes place during the dry season. Entered by Froese, Rainer. Rhyacichthyidae, Odontobutidae, Xenisthmidae, Eleotridae Teleostei: Human uses FAO Publication: Attached phylogeny Phylogeny of teleost species, including acanthomorphs Near et al.
Northwest to western Central Atlantic: Medium, minimum population doubling time 1. Natural and Experimental Hosts.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution Sign our Guest Book. Feed on dipteran larvae and pupae especially the juveniles ; crustaceans like crabs and shrimps; and small fishes. Region origin Name of site In reference Time-calibrated maximum clade credibility Bayesian inferred phylogeny of teleost species Near et al.
ASQME dynamic network beta. Low to moderate vulnerability 30 of Habitat in America australi.
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ASQME static network beta. Environmental Biology of Fishes Original description Systema naturae per regna tria naturae.
Northwest to western Central Atlantic: Adults are found on shallow, muddy or sandy bottoms Ref. Skip to main content. Average size at maturity is 5. Mode of locomotion Motility: Gonadal development takes place during the dry season.