Great Lakes Water Life Photo Gallery: Fishes of the Great Lakes
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The imaging process consists of two steps: imprimence generation (yellow boxes in ) and image generation (purple boxes in ). The simplest example occurs in a “transparent” fish, isoconductive with water. The electric image (green arrow in A) is the difference between the electrosensory stimulus generated in the presence of an object (light-blue arrow in A) and the electrosensory stimulus generated in the absence of that object (dark-blue arrow in A). The latter is referred to as the basal stimulus because it is caused by the basal field. Since, in the case of the transparent fish, the basal field is not distorted by the fish body, the electric image results from the projection on the skin of a field perturbation induced only as a consequence of interaction of the object with the basal field (green arrows in A). Then, in a transparent fish, image formation can be described as a simple process consisting of two steps: a) the generation of a field by the EO and b) the deformation of this field by the presence of the object.
First row, generation of stimulation in the presence of the object; second row, basal stimulation in the absence of objects; third row, sensory image.(A) Fish with water-like internal conductivity. Imprimence generation (yellow boxes) precedes image generation (purple boxes). A field perturbation (green arrows) is induced as a consequence of the object interaction with the basal field (dark-blue arrows). The electric image is the difference between the perturbing (light-blue arrow) and the basal fields at the skin.(B) Fish with realistic internal conductivity. The interaction of the body with the field perturbed by the object (red arrows) introduces another component (orange arrow) to the electrosensory stimulus (magenta arrow). The electric image (yellow arrow) is the electrosensory stimulus minus the basal field (blue arrow, representing the sum of the effects of the fish body and the object in the presence of each other). (See Discussion for explanation.)
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Flying fish are attracted to light, like a number of sea creatures, and fishermen take advantage of this with substantial results. Canoes, filled with enough water to sustain fish, but not enough to allow them to propel themselves out, are affixed with a luring light at night to capture flying fish by the dozens. There is currently no protection status on these animals.But blow these other fish out of the water: They have gills a primitive lung. During dry periods, the animals wrap themselves in a mucus cocoon, burrow into the mud, and lie dormant—sometimes for years.One reason fish are so diverse is that 70 percent of the planet is covered in water. The animals in this group live in a variety of habitats ranging from coral reefs and kelp forests to rivers, streams, and the open ocean. Another is that fish are very old on the evolutionary scale. According to fossil records, they have been on Earth for more than 500 million years! The total number of living fish species—about 32,000— is greater than the total of all other vertebrate species (amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals) combined.Marine scientists warn that Earth’s oceans may look increasingly like this image—teeming with ever growing populations of jellyfish. Overfishing has eliminated many of the jellies’ natural predators and competitors, while climate change is warming water temperatures to levels preferred by the invertebrates. The combination, scientists say, could produce future seas simply saturated with jellyfish.