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Systematics and Biogeography: Cladistics and Vicariance
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Vicariant Patterns and Historical Explanation in Biogeography
Rosen, D. E. (Department of Ichthyology, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York 10024) 1978. Vicariant patterns and historical explanation in biogeography. Syst. Zool.Expand
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A Vicariance Model of Caribbean Biogeography
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Cellular DNA Content and the Evolution of Teleostean Fishes
The haploid DNA content has been determined for 275 species of teleostean fishes. Chromosome numbers are known for 73 of these. DNA content ranges from 4.4 picograms down to a minimum of 0.4. TheExpand
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A Cavernicolous Form of the Poeciliid Fish Poecilia sphenops from Tabasco, Mexico
LADIGES, W. 1958. Der malaiische Gurami Spaerichthys osphromenoides Canestrini. D. Aquar. u. Terr. Z. 11:3-7. MAGOUN, H. W. 1958. The waking brain. Thomas, Springfield, Ill. 138 p. MORRIS, D. 1958.Expand
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Fishes from the uplands and intermontane basins of Guatemala : revisionary studies and comparative geography. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 162, article 5
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