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Lycodes adolfi Nielsen and Fosså, 1993 (Teleostei: Zoarcidae) found in the Arctic Ocean
Adolf’s eelpout, Lycodes adolW, was found at Wve bottom trawl stations in 2007–2009, on the slope towards the SoWa Deep north of Spitsbergen, at depths of 970–1,220 m and water temperatures below 0°C. Previously, the ...
Lebetus scorpioides and Buenia jeffreysii (Teleostei: Gobiidae) found north of the Arctic Circle
(Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU University Museum, 2016)
Two gobiid species, Lebetus scorpioides and Buenia jeffreysii, were recorded in northern Norway, for the first time north of the Arctic Circle. While both species were found on the continental shelf west of the Lofoten ...
The black-legged kittiwake preen gland—an overlooked organ for depuration of fat-soluble contaminants?
(Co-Action Publishing, 2016-08-18)
Most birds preen their feathers with an oily excrete from the uropygial (preen) gland. This oily excrete contains persistent organic pollutants (POPs), which make the preen gland a potential route of depuration of POPs in ...
Red-spotted Bluethroats Luscinia s. svecica migrate along the Indo-European flyway: a geolocator study
(Taylor & Francis, 2015-09-11)
Capsule Red-spotted Bluethroats Luscinia s. svecica from two European breeding populations spent the boreal winter on the Indian sub-continent. Aim Tracking the migration of Red-spotted Bluethroats from Europe to the ...
Mitogenomic sequences and evidence from unique gene rearrangements corroborate evolutionary relationships of myctophiformes (Neoteleostei)
(BioMed Central, 2013-06-03)
Background: A skewed assemblage of two epi-, meso- and bathypelagic fish families makes up the order Myctophiformes – the blackchins Neoscopelidae and the lanternfishes Myctophidae. The six rare neoscopelids show few ...