Eudontomyzon

Renaud, Claude B. & Economidis, Panos S., 2010, Eudontomyzon graecus, a new nonparasitic lamprey species from Greece (Petromyzontiformes: Petromyzontidae), Zootaxa 2477, pp. 37-48: 38

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.195327

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/00078786-895A-FFE9-FF7F-FC0BFA29C16D

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Eudontomyzon
status

 

Key to larvae and adults of Greek brook lampreys of the genus Eudontomyzon  

1 Horseshoe-shaped oral hood with oral cirri inside (larva) ........................................................................................... 2

— Oral disc with fimbriae and papillae at its periphery and teeth inside (adult) ............................................................. 3

2 Upper lip pigmentation <25 % coverage; tongue precursor bulb and both sides of elastic ridge unpigmented; trunk length 46.8–50.8 % TL; tail length 29.4–31.7 % TL .................................................................. Eudontomyzon graecus  

— Upper lip pigmentation ≥ 25 % coverage; tongue precursor bulb and both sides of elastic ridge pigmented; trunk length 48.2–55.4 % TL; tail length 21.2–30.6 % TL .............................................................. Eudontomyzon hellenicus  

3 First anterial row with one or more bicuspid teeth; first posterial row with two or more bicuspid teeth; tail length 29.3 –33.0% TL ......................................................................................................................... Eudontomyzon graecus  

— First anterial row teeth all unicuspid; first posterial row teeth all unicuspid or with a single bicuspid tooth; tail length 26.2–30.4 % TL ..................................................................................................................... Eudontomyzon hellenicus