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Subject: Larval Fish Guides and Keys
From: "Darrel E. Snyder" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 9 Jun 1997 15:19:34 -0600

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For a reasonably comprehensive list of regional guides and keys to fish
larvae (over 30), check out page 280 in the chapter on "Collection,
Preservation, and Identification of Fish Eggs and Larvae" updated and
revised by Kelso and Rutherford in the 1996 second edition of the American
Fisheries Society "Fisheries Techniques" manual edited by Murphy and Willis.
If this isn't enough (for literature prior to 1986), try Simon (1986--A
listing of regional guides, keys, and selected comparative descriptions of
freshwater and marine larval fishes; American Fisheries Society Early Life
History Section Newsletter 7(1):10-15).  Simon includes smaller keys and
major comparative descriptives in his list of about 230 references.


At 10:50 AM 6/9/97 -0600, Arturo wrote:
>Dear Fish Ecology Members:
>    Here are two references I received so far on fish larvae.
>    Best Regards to all..
>    Arturo.
>American Society of Ichthyiologists and Herpetologists. 1984.
> Ontogeny and Systematics of Fishes based on An International
>Symposium Dedicated to the Memory of Elbert Halvor Ahlstrom.  Special
>publication (number 1).
>     Wang, J. C. S. and R. J. Kernehan.  1979.  Fishes of the Delaware
>     Estuaries: A Guide to the Early Life Histories.  EA Communications,
>     Maryland  410 pp.
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Darrel E. Snyder               Research Associate
Larval Fish Laboratory         Curator, LFL Collection
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Colorado State University      Fax: (970)491-5091
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