Sæhestar

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Sæhestar eru 46 tegundir sjávarfiska af sérstæðri ætt sem nefnist á latínu Syngnathidae og undirættinni Hypocampinae eða sæhestaætt.


tegundir[breyta | breyta frumkóða]

Í maj 2020[1] eru 46 þekktar og viðurkenndar[2][3][4][5] tegundir í ættkvíslinni (latnesk og ensk heiti):

H. kuda, "common seahorse"
H. subelongatus, "West Australian seahorse"
H. whitei, "White's seahorse"

Neðanmálsgreinar[breyta | breyta frumkóða]

  1. LOURIE, SARA A.; POLLOM, RILEY A.; FOSTER, SARAH J. (1. ágúst 2016). „A global revision of the Seahorses Hippocampus Rafinesque 1810 (Actinopterygii: Syngnathiformes): Taxonomy and biogeography with recommendations for further research“. Zootaxa. 4146 (1): 1–66. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4146.1.1. ISSN 1175-5334. PMID 27515600.
  2. Short, Graham; Smith, Richard; Motomura, Hiroyuki; Harasti, David; Hamilton, Healy (2. ágúst 2018). Hippocampus japapigu, a new species of pygmy seahorse from Japan, with a redescription of H. pontohi (Teleostei, Syngnathidae)“. ZooKeys (779): 27–49. doi:10.3897/zookeys.779.24799. ISSN 1313-2970. PMC 6110155. PMID 30166895.
  3. Zhang, Yan-Hong; Qin, Geng; Wang, Xin; Lin, Qiang (23. september 2016). „A new species of seahorse (Teleostei: Syngnathidae) from the South China Sea“. Zootaxa. 4170 (2): 384–392. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4170.2.11. ISSN 1175-5334. PMID 27701270.
  4. Han, Sang-Yun; Kim, Jin-Koo; Kai, Yoshiaki; Senou, Hiroshi (30. október 2017). „Seahorses of the Hippocampus coronatus complex: taxonomic revision, and description of Hippocampus haema, a new species from Korea and Japan (Teleostei, Syngnathidae)“. ZooKeys (712): 113–139. doi:10.3897/zookeys.712.14955. ISSN 1313-2970. PMC 5704180. PMID 29187790.
  5. Short, Graham; Claassens, Louw; Smith, Richard; De Brauwer, Maarten; Hamilton, Healy; Stat, Michael; Harasti, David (19. maí 2020). Hippocampus nalu, a new species of pygmy seahorse from South Africa, and the first record of a pygmy seahorse from the Indian Ocean (Teleostei, Syngnathidae)“. ZooKeys (934): 141–156. doi:10.3897/zookeys.934.50924.