Are roe (fish eggs, caviar, etc.) single cells? I have tried looking this up on google (sadly, to no avail), and I am guessing they might be multicellular (like bird eggs) or consist of one cell plus ...
Carps look almost the same (e.g - Rohu, Catla). So, is there a specific distinguishing set of characteristics to help determine their species just by looking at them from afar (or maybe in some other ...
In one of my courses, we were discussing a paper by Muller and van Leeuwen (2006) which made a lot of comparisons the differences between carangiform (mullet) and anguilliform (eel) locomotion. While ...
I'm looking to find out if large changes in oceanic depth have ever restricted gene flow between populations of elasmobranch, or any other fish for that matter. I'm particularly interested in deep ...