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Etheostoma barbouri, a New Darter (Percidae, Etheostomatini) from the Green River with Notes on the Subgenus Catonotus
Robert A. Kuehne and James W. Small, Jr.
Vol. 1971, No. 1 (Mar. 8, 1971), pp. 18-26
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1441595
Page Count: 10
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Etheostoma (Catonotus) barbouri is described from 97 specimens collected from the Green River basin in Kentucky and Tennessee. It is most closely related to E. virgatum and E. obeyense which occur in the adjacent Cumberland River basin, but differs in size and body patterning. It also differs from many populations of the above species in the number of pores in the infraorbital and lateral line canals. The subgenus Catonotus is characterized and the range of E. barbouri mapped.