Physical Description

Diagnostic Description

Description

Distribution: Indo-Pacific. Lower lip with a free ventral margin; six branchiostegal rays.
  • MASDEA (1997).
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Molecular Biology

Statistics of barcoding coverage

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Specimen Records:6
Specimens with Sequences:4
Specimens with Barcodes:3
Species:3
Species With Barcodes:3
Public Records:0
Public Species:0
Public BINs:0
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Xenisthmidae

Collared wrigglers are perciform fishes in the family Xenisthmidae. They are native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, where they are mostly reef-dwelling.

Species[edit]

The 10 species in 7 genera are:

  • Genus Gymnoxenisthmus Gill, Bogorodsky & Mal, 2014 [2]
  • Genus Rotuma Springer, 1988
  • Genus Tyson Springer, 1983

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schultz, L.P. (1966). Schultz, L.P.; Woods, L.P.; Lachner, E.A., eds. Order Percomorphida. Suborder Gobiina. Superfamily Gobioidea. (Print). In Fishes of the Marshall and Marianas Islands. 3. Families Kraemeridae through Antennariidae. United States: United States National Museum Bulletin. pp. 1–176. 
  2. ^ Gill, A.C., Bogorodsky, S.V. & Mal, A.O. (2014): Gymnoxenisthmus tigrellus, new genus and species of gobioid fish from the Red Sea (Gobioidei: Xenisthmidae). Zootaxa, 3755 (5): 491–495.
  3. ^ Gill, Anthony C.; Hoese, Douglass F. (1993). "Paraxenisthmus springeri, New Genus and Species of Gobioid Fish from the West Pacific, and Its Phylogenetic Position within the Xenisthmidae". Copeia 1993 (4): 1049–1057. doi:10.2307/1447083. 
  4. ^ Springer, V.G. (1988). "Rotuma lewisi, new genus and species of fish from the southwest Pacific (Gobioidei, Xenisthmidae)". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington (Biological Society of Washington) 101 (3): 530–539. 
  5. ^ Springer, V.G. (1983). "Tyson Belos, New Genus and Species of Western Pacific Fish (Gobiidae, Xenisthminae) : With Discussions of Gobioid Osteology and Classification". Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology (Smithsonian Institution Press) 390: 1–40. doi:10.5479/si.00810282.390. Retrieved 26 October 2012. 
  6. ^ Smith, J.L.B. (1958). "The fishes of the family Eleotridae in the western Indian Ocean". Ichthyological Bulletin of the J.L.B. Smith Institute of Ichthyology (J.L.B. Smith Institute of Ichthyology) 11: 137–163. 
  7. ^ Gill, Anthony C.; Randall, J.E. (1994). "Xenisthmus balius, a new species of fish from the Persian Gulf (Gobioidei: Xenisthmidae)". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington (Biological Society of Washington) 107 (3): 445–450. 
  8. ^ a b c Gill, Anthony C.; Hoese, Douglass F. (2004). "Three New Australian Species of the Fish Genus Xenisthmus (Gobioidei: Xenisthmidae)". Records of the Australian Museum (The Australian Museum) 56: 241–246. doi:10.3853/j.0067-1975.56.2004.1428. ISSN 0067-1975. Retrieved 26 October 2012. 
  9. ^ Jordan, D.S.; Seale, A. (1994). "he fishes of Samoa. Description of the species found in the archipelago, with a provisional check-list of the fishes of Oceania". Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries 25. 
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