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An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species

Tyson R. Roberts

An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Fly River (Papua New Guinea),
  • Papua New Guinea,
  • Papua New Guinea.
    • Subjects:
    • Fishes -- Fly River (Papua New Guinea),
    • Fish surveys -- Papua New Guinea -- Fly River.,
    • Fishes -- Papua New Guinea.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 71-72.

      StatementTyson R. Roberts.
      SeriesSmithsonian contributions to zoology ; no. 281, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 281.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL1 .S54 no. 281, QL636.5.N5 .S54 no. 281
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 72 p. :
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4376290M
      LC Control Number78606184


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An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species by Tyson R. Roberts Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Ichthyological Survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with Descriptions of New Species Tyson R. Roberts Introduction The Australian Region (Australia, New Guinea, and closely associated islands) is the only continental region with a freshwater ichthyofauna that evolved in the absence of the dominant groups of primary freshwater Ostariophysi.

An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species. Roberts, Tyson R. DOI: https://doi An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species.

Roberts, Tyson R. Get this from a library. An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species. [Tyson R Roberts]. An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species.

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology1– Russell, D. Cited by: 6. An ichthyological survey of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea WA Museum Records and Supplements | Updated 5 years ago Abstract: A survey of the freshwater fishes of the Sepik River system of northern Papua New Guinea was undertaken by the authors between and with the use of gill nets and rotenone, and also by monitoring catches at local villages.

An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology figs Saeed, B., Ivantsoff, W. & Allen, G.R. ROBERTS, T. An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species.

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology WEBER, M. Süsswasserfische von Neu-Guinea ein Beitrag zur Frage nach dem früheren Zusammenhang von Neu-Guinea und Australien.

In: Nova Guinea. Biological monitoring of the Fly River system in Papua New Guinea has shown that floodplain habitats (oxbow lakes, blocked valley lakes and seasonally inun Since monitoring first commenced in the early 's, a total of 66 fish species representing 33 families has been sampled, with gillnets and rotenone, from a range of sites located on the floodplains of the Fly and Strickland by: Roberts, T.R., An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species.

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology No. 1– Roberts, T.R., (with WIlliam Ralph Taylor). Auchenipteridae, Hypophthalmidae, and Pimelodidae in FAQ species identification sheets for fishery purposes, Western Central Atlantic Fishing Area The Ok Tedi copper and gold mine is situated on Mount Fubilan in the headwaters of the Ok Tedi (ok means river in the language of the local Yongom people) in the upper catchment of the Fly River in Western Province, Papua New by: The depositional web on the floodplain of the Fly River, Papua New Guinea Geoff Day,1 William E.

Dietrich,2 Joel C. Rowland,2 and Andrew Marshall3 Received 1 July ; revised 28 June ; accepted 31 July ; published 20 March [1] Floodplain deposition on lowland meandering rivers is usually interpreted as eitherCited by: Assessment and prediction of the impacts of the Ok Tedi copper mine on fish catches in the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea.

The Ok Tedi copper mine discharges overburden and ore residues into the Ok Tedi, a tributary of the Fly River. These discharges result in elevated suspended solids and dissolved and particulate associated copper.

Bolton, Barrie R. The Fly River, Papua New Guinea: environmental studies in an impacted tropical river system / edited by Barrie Bolton Elsevier Amsterdam ; London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be.

Abstract: Collections obtained by the author in Papua New Guinea during contain two new species of plotosid catfishes. Oloplotosus torobo is described from two specimens collected at Lake Kutubu, Kikori River system.

It is closely related to O. {{Citation | title=Fly River chart folio [cartographic material]: Korimoro Point to Kiunga navigation charts: hydrographic survey of the Fly River, Papua New Guinea - Western Province / prepared by Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation | author1=Ok Tedi Mining | author2=Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation (Australia) | year= | publisher=Snowy Mountains.

Impacts of the Ok Tedi Copper Mine on Fish Populations in the Fly River System, Papua New Guinea. An ichthyological study of the Fly River Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species. An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species.

Roberts, T. and M. Kottelat, - Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 5(3): The Indo-Pacific tigerperches, with a new species. Introduction To Probability, Statistics, And Random Processes Library Download Book (PDF and DOC) Introduction to Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes either downloading.

Besides, on our site Ichthyological Survey Of The Fly River In Papua New Guinea With Descriptions Of New SpeciesFile Size: 27KB. A new ceramic assemblage from Caution bay, south coast of mainland PNG: the linear shell edge-impressed tradition from Bogi 1.

age calibration curves,years cal BP. An Ichthyological Survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with Descriptions of New Species. ROBERTS, T. An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species.

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology WEBER, M. Susswasserfische von Neu-Guinea ein Beitrag zur Frage nach dem fruheren Zusammenhang von Neu-Guinea und Australien. In: Nova Guinea. Distribution.

Known in northern Australia from Darwin (°E, to Arnhem Land (°E), NT and in western rivers of Cape York, QLD (11°S to 13°S); also occurs in New Guinea; benthic, inhabiting freshwater in backwaters of rivers, small creeks, swamps, and lily lagoons, usually among thick aquatic vegetation over soft mud bottoms; in clear to turbid water, with acidic pH.

An ecological and systematic survey of fishes in the rapids of the Lower Zaire or Congo River. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology. (6) 17 (). An ichthyological survey of the Fly River, Papua New Guinea, with descriptions of new species.

The flight from Philly to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, was just un miles and consumed 24 grueling in-flight hours. “But that was the easy part,” Aufdenkampe says. “From there on it got to be fun.” Papua New Guinea, in fact, has few roads—and none leave the capital city of Port Moresby.

The Fly River system in Western Province, Papua New Guinea, is the largest river, in terms of water flow, in Australasia. With a mean annual discharge of approximately 6, cumecs the Fly is similar in size to the Niger and Zambesi Rivers in File Size: KB.

An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species. Missing information here. Our Knowledge Base is an ever-evolving work in progress, which naturally means that some species profiles contain more information than others. Roberts () conducted the first ichthyological study of the Fly River in Although no attempt was made to construct a food web per se, Roberts () reported the species dietary dependencies and interactions for the diverse fish fauna described.

Dietary intake of 12 species was detailed, with less extensive comments made on the food habits of an additional 29 of the species Cited by: Monitoring of the impacts of the Ok Tedi copper mine on fish populations in the Fly River system in Papua New Guinea has recorded approx.

species of fish representing 32 families. Fish catches have shown considerable temporal and spatial variability but, since the commencement of mine operations and the input of mine-derived waste material.

Roberts, T. () An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology. 1– Ferraris, Carl J. () Checklist of catfishes, recent and fossil (Osteichthyes: Siluriformes), and catalogue of siluriform primary types.

The Fly River is the largest river on the island of New Guinea and home to more than species of freshwater fishes, many of which are found no where else on Earth. In depth coverage is provided for every species inhabiting this fascinating biotiope, from the tiny Glass Goby to the legendary Papua Black : $   A survey of thetopographic maps of Papua New Guinea revealed that there are about freshwater lakes in the country.

They range in size up to km 2 but the majority are less than 10 ha. They are found at all altitudes to over m but most are situated below 40 m in the floodplains of the Fly, Sepik and Aramia by: The wonderful morphology of these species, with their long, highly distinctive tooth-nosed snout, makes them a truly striking and iconic image of our seas.

Unfortunately, this unique feature has. Scientists, cavers and wildlife film-makers have ventured inside the extinct Mount Bosavi volcano in Papua New Guinea in search of rare species.

Gallery. Published: 6 Sep Christensen Research Institute, Madang, Papua New Guinea. Allen G.R., S.H. Midgley and M. Allen () Field guide to the freshwater fishes of Australia. Western Australian Museum. Roberts T.R. () An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species.

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology No. Read "Exotic species, fisheries and conservation of freshwater biodiversity in tropical Asia: the case of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea, Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Islands (Indonesia) and in the Trans-Fly region of western Papua New Guinea. The remaining 21 species (Table I) inhabit the New Guinea mainland. Twelve species are confined to various lakes, mainly Lake Kutubu (seven species; Allen & Hoese and Jenkins et al. ) at the headwaters of the Kikori River in central Papua New Guinea, and.

Asia and Oceania: between the Aramia River (near the Fly River) of Papua New Guinea and Etna Bay in central Irian Jaya, Indonesia and also the Aru Islands in the Arafura Sea and Daru Island near Torres Strait.

An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua, New Guinea, with descriptions of new species. Smithsonian Contribution to Zoology1 – Cited by: Roberts, T.R. An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species.

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 1– Stevens, J.D., Pillans, R.D. and Salini, J. Conservation assessment of Glyphis sp. A (speartooth shark), Glyphis sp. C (northern river. Book Author(s): Alejandro A. Vagelli.

New Jersey Academy for Aquatic Sciences, USA. Search for more papers by this author. First published: 19 August Create a new account. Email or Customer ID. Returning user Forgot your password.

Enter your email address below. Email or. Es troba a Oceania: rius Fly, Ramu i Bintuni a Nova Guinea. Observacions. És inofensiu per Global register of migratory species - from global to regional scales. Final Report of the R&D-Projekt 05 Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, Bonn, Alemanya.

: Actinopteri. Allen and Cross, Oktedi Rainbowfish Species Summary Melanotaenia oktediensis were initially collected by C.R. Boyden from the Ok Tedi River at Tabubil, Papua New Guinea during the Cambridge expedition in InDr. Tyson Roberts collected them from the lower portion of Karamonge Creek, a tributary of the Ok Tedi River during an ichthyological survey of the Fly River .The freshwater lakes of Papua New Guinea: an inventory and limnological review M.

R. CHAMBERS* Department of Biology, BoxUniversity of Papua New Guinea, Papua New Guinea ABSTRACT. A survey of thetopographic maps of Papua New Guinea revealed that there are about freshwater lakes in the country. They range in size up to .The mine is named for the Ok Tedi, an upper tributary of the Fly River, which flows into the Gulf of Papua and adjacent Torres Strait.

The Fly is one of the world’s largest tropical rivers, and its fish fauna is the most diverse in the Australasian region (IUCN22).File Size: KB.