Definition of Cottoid. Meaning of Cottoid. Synonyms of Cottoid

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Definition of Cottoid

Cottoid
Cottoid Cot"toid (k?t"toid), a. [NL. cottus sculpin + -oid.] (Zo["o]l.) Like a fish of the genus Cottus. -- n. A fish belonging to, or resembling, the genus Cottus. See Sculpin.

Meaning of Cottoid from wikipedia

- A sculpin is a type of fish that belongs to the superfamily Cottoidea in the order Scorpaeniformes. As of 2006, this superfamily contains 11 families,...
- and ins**** cottoid fishes endemic to Lake Baikal. Journal of Fish Biology 49(sA): 192–206. Lipids and fatty acids of two pelagic cottoid fishes (Comephorus...
- ; Väinölä, Risto (2003). "Endemic diversification of the monophyletic cottoid fish species flock in Lake Baikal explored with mtDNA sequencing". Molecular...
- mitochondrial DNA suggest that the Abyssocottidae along with other Lake Baikal cottoid fishes, now attributed to the likewise endemic Cottocomephoridae (Baikal...
- 2001 List of fishes from Lake Baikal with descriptions of new taxa of cottoid fishes. In: New Contributions to Freshwater Fish Research. Proceedings...
- until they are around 30. Their main food source is the golomyanka, a cottoid oilfish found only in Lake Baikal. Baikal seals eat more than half of the...
- The stone sculpin (Paracottus knerii) is a species of cottoid fish endemic to Russia, where it is found in Lake Baikal and surrounding tributaries as...
- 26181] List of fishes from Lake Baikal with descriptions of new taxa of cottoid fishes. In: New Contributions to Freshwater Fish Research. Proceedings...
- (2001). List of fishes from Lake Baikal with descriptions of new taxa of cottoid fishes. In: New Contributions to Freshwater Fish Research. Proceedings...
- known as the yellow-finned sculpin or yellow-wing sculpin, is a species of cottoid fish that is endemic to Lake Baikal and its tributaries in Siberia, Russia...
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