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Il pesce gatto giallo, Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur, 1819)


Nomi dialettali italiani - Valgono quelli in uso per il pesce gatto nero.

Nomi comuni esteri - Spagnolo - Bagre torito amarillo. Francese - Barbotte jaune. Inglese - Yellow bullhead. Tedesco - Gelber Katzenwels. Danimarca - Gul dværgmalle. Finlandia - Keltapiikkimonni.

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Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur, 1819). Mem. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat. v. 5 154. Sinonimo senior, nuova combinazione, nomenclatura ICZN valida.

Pimelodus natalis Lesueur, 1819. Notice de quelques poissons découverts dans les lacs du Haut-Canada, durant l'été de 1816. Memoires du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle (N. S.) (Série A) Zoologie v. 5: 148-161, 2 pls. Catalogo - Gilbert 1998:221, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo senior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Nomenclatura valida come Ictalurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Lee et al. 1980:442, Smith 1986:81, Robison & Buchanan 1988:295, Burgess 1989:35, McAllister 1990:68, Tomelleri & Eberle 1990:118, Scott & Crossman 1998:595. Nomenclatura valida come Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Page & Burr 1991:193, Boschung 1992:64, Etnier & Starnes 1993:301, Jenkins & Burkhead 1994:545, Warren et. al. 1994:132, Knight & Hastings 1994:149, Stauffer et al. 1995:208, Cross & Collins 1995:143, Ruiz-Campos 1995:80, Mettee et al. 1996:383, Murdy et al. 1997:94, Sigler & Sigler 1996:153, Gilbert 1998:221, Fuller et al. 1999:197, Lyons et al. 2000:35, Ross et al. 2001:306, Moyle 2002:212, Hardman & Page 2003:21, Wydoski & Whitney 2003:155, Nelson et al. 2004:81, Bailey et al. 2004:128, Miller & Robison 2004:226, Boschung & Mayden 2004:330, Scharpf 2006:14, Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Incerta. Tipo - non è noto nessun esemplare tipo.

Ictalurus natalis (Lesueur, 1819). Mem. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat. v. 5 154. Sinonimo senior, nuova combinazione, nomenclatura ICZN non valida.

Pimelodus ailurus Girard 1858. Fishes. Pp. i-xiv, 1-400, Pls. 7-8, 13-14, 17-18, 22c, 26, 29-30, 34, 37, 40-41, 48, 53, 59, 61, 64-65, 71 In: General report upon zoology of the several Pacific railroad routes, 1857. In: Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, v. 10. Beverley Tucker, Washington, D.C. General report upon zoology of the several Pacific railroad routes, 1857. Catalogo - Ferraris & Vari 1992:23, Gilbert 1998:207, Ferraris 2007:205. Pl. 44 in allegato compare in Suckley 1860. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:207. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Lago Amelia, vicino a Fort Snelling [in Minneapolis], Minnesota, U.S.A. Tipo - nessuno. Sintipi - USNM 904.

Amiurus aelurus Cope 1870. Non disponibile, nome elencato in solo in una chiave di riconoscimento e considerato ortografia errata di Pimelodus Ailurus Girard 1858. Combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - In sinonimia di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819).

Amiurus natalis analis Jordan 1877. Catalogo - Ferraris & Vari 1992:18, Gilbert 1998:207(entrambi errati, con un olotipo), Ferraris 2007:205 con un olotipo. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:207. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Little Red River, Judsonia, White County, Arkansas, U.S.A. Tipo - Nessuno. Sintipi - USNM 31088 (mancante), più altri sintipi mancanti.

Pimelodus antoniensis Girard 1858. General report upon zoology of the several Pacific railroad routes, 1857. Catalogo - Ferraris & Vari 1992:23, Gilbert 1998:208, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:208. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Vicino a San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A. Tipo - Olotipo (unico) USNM 923.

Amiurus bolli Cope 1880. On the zoological position of Texas. Bulletin of the United States National Museum No. 17: 1-51. Catalogo - Böhlke 1984:115, Gilbert 1998:209, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:209. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Fiume Little Wichita, Texas settentrionale, U.S.A. Tipo - Nessuno. Sintipi - ANSP 20512-13 (2).

Silurus (Pimelodus) coenosus Richardson 1836. The Fish. In: Fauna Boreali-Americana; or the zoology of the northern parts of British America: containing descriptions of the objects of natural history collected on the late northern land expeditions, under the command of Sir John Franklin, R.N. Fauna Boreali-Americana; or the zoology of the northern parts of British America: ... Part 3: i-xv + 1-327, Pls. 74-97. Catalogo - Gilbert 1998:210, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Discutibile sinonimo di Ictalurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Scott & Crossman 1998:598. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:210. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Lago Huron (forse Penetanguishene, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada). Tipo - Olotipo (unico) di cui si ignora l'attuale collocazione.

Amiurus erebennus Jordan 1877. Contributions to North American ichthyology based primarily on the collections of the United States National Museum. No. 2. B.-- Synopsis of the Siluridae of the fresh waters of North America. Bulletin of the United States National Museum No. 10: 69-103, Pls. 1-44. Catalogo - Ferraris & Vari 1992:18, Gilbert 1998:212, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ictalurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Lee et al. 1980:442, Burgess 1989:35. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), ma valida sottospecie, vedere Gilbert 1998:212. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Fiume St. Johns, Florida, U.S.A. Tipo - Olotipo (unico) USNM 19093.

Pimelodus felinus Girard 1858. General report upon zoology of the several Pacific railroad routes, 1857. Catalogo - Ferraris & Vari 1992:23, Gilbert 1998:213, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:213. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Affluente del torrente Gypsum, bacino del fiume Canadian, Oklahoma [non Arkansas], U.S.A. Tipo - Lectotipo USNM 924. Paralectotipi - USNM 925 (2, non ritrovati nel 1980). Lectotipo designato da Jordan & Evermann 1896:140.

Silurus lividus var. fuscatus Rafinesque 1820. Description of the Silures or catfishes of the River Ohio. Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature and the Arts v. 9: 48-52. Catalogo - Gilbert 1998:214, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:214. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Fiume Ohio, U.S.A. Tipo - Non è noto nessun esemplare tipo.

Silurus lividus Rafinesque 1820. Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature and the Arts v. 9. Catalogo - Gilbert 1998:217-218, Ferraris 2007:205. Vedere anche Rafinesque 1820:359 e 1820:65 (sotto Pimelodus lividus). Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:218. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Località tipo - Fiume Ohio, U.S.A. Tipo - Non è noto nessun esemplare tipo.

Amiurus prosthistius Cope 1883. The fishes of the Batsto River, N. J. [New Jersey]. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 35: 132-133. Catalogo - Böhlke 1984:115, Gilbert 1998:224, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:224. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Fiume Batsto, bacino del fiume Mullica, Burlington County, New Jersey, U.S.A. Tipo - Nessuno. Sintipi - ANSP 20546-49 (4).

Pimelodus puma Girard 1859. Ichthyological notices. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 11: 157-161. Catalogo - Ferraris & Vari 1992:24, Gilbert 1998:224, Ferraris 2007:205. Sinonimo junior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN non valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), sottospecie natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:224. Sinonimo di Ameiurus natalis (Lesueur 1819), vedere Ferraris 2007:205. Località tipo - Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A. Tipo - Olotipo (unico) USNM 1536.

Silurus xanthocephalus Rafinesque 1820. Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature and the Arts v. 9. Catalogo - Gilbert 1998:228, Ferraris 2007:207. Vedere anche Rafinesque 1820:360 e 1820:66 (sotto Pimelodus xanthocephalus). Opinioni - Sinonimo di Ictalurus melas (Rafinesque 1820), vedere La Rivers 1994:494. Sinonimo di Ameiurus melas (Rafinesque 1820), secondo vari autori. Status incerto, probabilmente Ameiurus nebulosus o Ameiurus natalis, vedere Gilbert 1998:228. Specie inquirenda in Ameiurus, vedere Ferraris 2007:207. Località tipo - Fiumi Ohio, Kentucky e Licking, U.S.A. Tipo - Non è noto nessun esemplare tipo.

 

Fonti bibliografiche principali - Carla Hassan-Williams and Timothy H. Bonner. Photographs by Chad Thomas. Texas Freshwater Fishes. Texas State University - San Marcos. http://www.bio.txstate.edu.

 

Distribuzione originaria di Ameiurus natalis (da http://tolweb.org)

 

Specie originaria del Nord America, diffusa nei bacini afferenti all'Oceano Atlantico ed al Golfo del Messico, da New York al Messico settentrionale, del Canale di San Lorenzo e dei Grandi Laghi, del bacino del fiume Mississippi dal sud del Quebec fino al centro del Nord Dakota ad ovest. Importata in Europa per la prima volta nel 1906, nel bacino del fiume Po in Italia. Attualmente la sua presenza nelle acque interne europee è ritenuta dubbia, ma mancano dati certi.

 

Introduzioni di Ameiurus natalis
Periodo Provenienza Paese ospite Acclimatazione

1906

ignota

Italia

si

1978

USA

Messico

si

 

 

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