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Phylogeographical Analysis on Squalidus argentatus Recapitulates Historical Landscapes and Drainage Evolution on the Island of Taiwan and Mainland China
Strong geographical organization of the haplotype clades across different geographic scales that can be explained by episodes of dispersal and population expansion followed by population fragmentation and restricted gene flow is found.
Australatya obscura sp. nov., a new filter-feeding shrimp (Decapoda, Atyidae) from Taiwan and the Philippines
The proposed species is proposed as new to science and described in detail as Australatya obscura, new species of filter-feeding shrimp with striking banded live coloration.
Fisheries in Chinese seas: What can we learn from controversial official fisheries statistics?
It is highlighted that effective management measures and long-term monitoring are essential for the sustainability of domestic marine capture fisheries and environmentally-friendly practices in mariculture should be enhanced and species introduction carefully monitored to achieve sustainable development.
Isolation and characterization of 15 microsatellite loci from Caridina gracilipes (Atyidae, Decapoda)
15 polymorphic microsatellite loci in C. gracilipes are described, which show significant genetic differentiation among populations was detected based on FST values, which were estimated from 0.82 to 0.88.
Habitat and Fish Fauna Structure in a Subtropical Mountain Stream in Taiwan before and after a Catastrophic Typhoon
In subtropical mountain stream, severe typhoon may significantly alter the habitats, but the impact on fish populations could be relatively small due to features of these mountain species.
Spatial and temporal variations of two cyprinids in a subtropical mountain reserve – a result of habitat disturbance
–  We investigated the variations of population of two cyprinids, Varicorhinus alticorpus and Varicorhinus barbatulus, using long-term survey data (1995–2004) in the subtropical island of Taiwan.
Complete mitochondrial genome of Gobiobotia intermedia (Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae)
The complete mitochondrial genome of the Cyprinid fish Gobiobotia intermedia (Cypriniformes, Cypr inidae) was determined and contains the usual 13 protein-coding genes, 2 ribosomal RNA genes, 22 transfer RNA genes and a non-c coding control region, with the gene order identical to that of typical vertebrates.
Complete mitochondrial genome of the freshwater fish Acrossocheilus longipinnis (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): genome characterization and phylogenetic analysis
A new whole mitogenome of A. longipinnis is reported, which provides new insights to better understand the taxonomic status of Acrossocheilus fishes, which will be useful for phylogenetic analysis and species identification.
Inland Fisheries in China: Past, Present, and Future
ABSTRACT As the largest fisheries producer nation (including capture fisheries and aquaculture in both inland and marine waters), information about China (excluding Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan) is