Some features of the life history of the cockscomb prickleback by J. L. Peppar Download PDF EPUB FB2
Identifying Features: On the High Cockscomb, there are no pelvic fins, or if there are they are so small they are hardly have small pectoral fins that are usually used for balance. There is a fleshy crest above the back of the head, and the dorsal fin runs along the back from behind the head to, but not into, the tail fin.
Cockscomb pricklebacks were found on cobbles- tone beaches (e.g., photographs 98 and on p. and in Snively ) consisting of jumbles of rocks varying in size from 1Ocm to 30+ cm in diameter. A typical evening of 45 min of constantly.
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