Myxinidae

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Pacific hagfish Myxine.jpg
Eptatretus stoutii super alveum oceani ante litus Oregoniae quiescit.

Craniata 
Classis : Myxini 
Ordo : Myxiniformes 
Familia : Myxinidae 
   
Subdivisiones: Genera

Myxinidae sunt craniata marina classis Agnathorum, vel Myxinorum, etiam Hyperotreti appellatorum. Aliqui investigatores habent Myxinas non ad subphylum Vertebrata pertinere.[1]

Nota[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. N. A. Campbell et J. B. Reece, Biology, ed.7a (Franciscopole: Benjamin Cummings, 2005).

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Wikispecies-logo.svg Vide Myxinidae apud Vicispecies.

Fontes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "Myxinidae" apud FishBase
  • Mincarone, Michael M.; Stewart, Andrew L. (2006). "New species Eptatretus goliath". BIOONE Online Journals 6 (2): 225 
  • J. M. Jørgensen, J. P. Lomholt, R. E. Weber, et H. Malte (eds.) (1997). The biology of hagfishes. London: Chapman & Hall 
  • Delarbre et al.; Gallut, C; Barriel, V; Janvier, P; Gachelin, G (2002). "Complete Mitochondrial DNA of the Hagfish, Eptatretus burgeri: The Comparative Analysis of Mitochondrial DNA Sequences Strongly Supports the Cyclostome Monophyly". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 22 (2): 184–192 
  • Bondareva and Schmidt; Schmidt, EE (2003). "Early Vertebrate Evolution of the TATA-Binding Protein, TBP". Molecular Biology and Evolution 20 (11): 1932–1939 
  • Fudge, D. (2001). Hagfishes: Champions of Slime. Nature Australia (Spring):61–69.

. Australian Museum Trust, Sydney.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bardack, D. 1991. First fossil hagfish (Myxinoidea): A record from the Pennsylvanian of Illinois. Science 254: 701-703.
  • Bardack, D., et E. S. Richardson Jr. 1977. New agnathous fishes from the Pennsylvanian of Illinois. Fieldiana: Geology 33: 489-510.
  • Brodal, A., et R. Fänge., eds. 1963. The Biology of Myxine. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.
  • Fernholm, B., et K. Holmberg. 1975. The eyes in three genera of hagfish (Eptatretus, Paramyxine and Myxine): A case of degenerative evolution. Vision Research 15: 253-259.
  • Hardisty, M. W. 1982. Lampreys and hagfishes: Analysis of cyclostome relationships. In The Biology of Lampreys, ed. M. W. Hardisty et I. C. Potter), 4B:165–259. Londinii: Academic Press.
  • Janvier, P. 1996. Early vertebrates. Oxford Monographs in Geology and Geophysics, 33 Oxoniae: Oxford University Press.
  • Marinelli, W., et A. Strenger. 1956. Vergleichende Anatomie und Morphologie der Wirberltiere: Myxine glutinosa. Vindobonae: Franz Deuticke.
  • Yalden, D.W. 1985. Feeding mechanisms as evidence for cyclostome monophyly. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 84: 291-300.
  • Stock, D. W., et G. S. Whitt. 1992. Evidence from 18S ribosomal RNA that lampreys and hagfishes form a natural group. Science 257: 787-789.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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