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Synonyms:
   Macrognathus 

Broader Terms:
   Belonidae (needlefishes) 
   Hemiramphidae (halfbeaks) 
   Lepisosteidae (gars) 
   Macrognathus 
   Mastacembelidae (spinybacks) 
   Mastacembelinae 

More Specific:
   Macrognathus 
   Macrognathus aculeata 
   Macrognathus aculeatum 
   Macrognathus aculeatus (spiny eel) 
   Macrognathus aral (spiny eel) 
   Macrognathus armatus 
   Macrognathus brevirostris 
   Macrognathus caudatus 
   Macrognathus caudiocellatus 
   Macrognathus circumcinctus 
   Macrognathus erythrotaenia 
   Macrognathus guentheri (Malabar spinyeel) 
   Macrognathus guntheri 
   Macrognathus hamiltoni 
   Macrognathus hamiltonii 
   Macrognathus jammuensis 
   Macrognathus keithi 
   Macrognathus loricatus 
   Macrognathus maculatus (Frecklefin eel) 
   Macrognathus malabaricus 
   Macrognathus meklongensis 
   Macrognathus morehensis 
   Macrognathus pancalus (indian mastacembelid eel) 
   Macrognathus panculas 
   Macrognathus perakensis 
   Macrognathus scolopax 
   Macrognathus semiocellatus 
   Macrognathus siamensis (Peacock eel) 
   Macrognathus taeniagaster 
   Macrognathus tapirus 
   Macrognathus undulatus 
   Macrognathus zebrinus (Burmese spinyeel) 
 
 
Latest Articles on Macrognathus from uBioRSS
Spawning behaviour of barred spiny eel, Macrognathus pancalus, in th... - Latest Issue of Journal of Applied Ichthyology
Modifications in the surface organisation of the epidermis on the outer sur... - Latest Issue of Animal Biology


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11.  A direct primary afferent projection of the trigeminal nerve to the valvula cerebelli in the spiny eel Macrognathus zebrinus.LinkIT
Schmidt M, Hofmann MH
Neuroscience letters, 2013
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12.  Studies on the reproductive biology of spiny eel, Macrognathus aral from upper Assam.LinkIT
Abujam SS, Biswas SP
Journal of environmental biology, 2011
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13.  Histopathological changes of the esophagus of the freshwater eels, Macrognathus aculeatus (Bl.) and Mastacembelus pancalus (Lac.) due to infection of metacercariae of Clinostomum mastacembeli Jaiswal, 1957.LinkIT
Vankara AP, Vijayalakshmi C
Journal of parasitic diseases : official organ of the Indian Society for Parasitology, 2009
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14.  DDT and Derivatives in Indicator Species of the Aquatic Food Web of Rangsit Agricultural Area, Central Thailand.LinkIT
Siriwong W, Thirakhupt K, Sitticharoenchai D, Rohitrattana J, Thongkongowm P, Borjan M, Robson M
Ecological indicators, 2009
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15.  Monogenoids from the gills of spiny eels (Teleostei: Mastacembelidae) in India and Iraq, proposal of Mastacembelocleidus gen. n., and status of the Indian species of Actinocleidus, Urocleidus and Haplocleidus (Monogenoidea: Dactylogyridae).LinkIT
Kritsky DC, Pandey KC, Agrawal N, Abdullah S
Folia parasitologica, 2004
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16.  Four new species of eastern tropical Pacific jawfishes (Opistognathus: Opistognathidae).LinkIT
Bussing WA, Lavenberg RJ
Revista de biologia tropical, 2003
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17.  The juxtatesticular body of jawfishes (Teleostei, Opistognathidae): Comparative morphology and fine structure.LinkIT
Rasotto MB, Manni L
Journal of morphology, 1995
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18.  The extrabulbar olfactory pathway: primary olfactory fibers bypassing the olfactory bulb in bony fishes?LinkIT
Hofmann MH, Meyer DL
Brain, behavior and evolution, 1995
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19.  The structure and ultrastructure of the rostral cartilage in the spiny eel, Macrognathus siamensis (Teleostei: Mastacembeloidei).LinkIT
Benjamin M, Sandhu JS
Journal of anatomy, 1990
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20.  Histochemical mapping of alkaline phosphatase in the digestive system of a few teleost fishes.LinkIT
Tyagi MP, Dalela RC, Verma SR
Zeitschrift fur mikroskopisch-anatomische Forschung, 1980
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