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THE LATERAL LINE SYSTEM OF TWO SYMPATRIC EASTERN PACIFIC GOBIID FISHES OF THE GENUS LYTHRYPNUS (TELEOSTEI: GOBIIDAE)
Lythrypnus dalli (Gilbert, 1890) and Lythrypnus zebra (Gilbert, 1890) occur sympatrically in rocky subtidal habitats of the eastern Pacific, but occupy distinct microhabitats. The two species belongExpand
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Nonlinear effects of temperature on body form and developmental canalization in the threespine stickleback
Theoretical models predict that nonlinear environmental effects on the phenotype also affect developmental canalization, which in turn can influence the tempo and course of organismal evolution.Expand
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The influence of Canopy structure and tidal level on fish assemblages in tropical Southeast Asian Seagrass Meadows
Abstract Seagrass meadows support abundant and diverse fish assemblages, but there are very few studies on the relation between seagrass beds with distinctly different plant canopies and theirExpand
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TWO MEDITERRANEAN GOBIID FISHES WITH AN UNUSUAL CEPHALIC LATERAL LINE CANAL SYSTEM
Gobius ater (Belloti's goby) and G.!paganellus (rock goby) are the only known species of Gobiinae in the northeastern Atlantic, the Mediterranean and the Ponto-Caspian region with continuousExpand
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Habitat Selection and Ecology of Two Speleophilic Gobiid Fishes(Pisces: Gobiidae) from the Western Mediterranean Sea
The life habits and microhabitat selection of speleophilic gobiid fishes were investigated on the Balearic Island of Ibiza (western Mediterranean Sea). Corcyrogobius liechtensteini (Kolombatovic,Expand
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Contrasting morphology with molecular data: an approach to revision of species complexes based on the example of European Phoxinus (Cyprinidae)
BackgroundMolecular taxonomy studies and barcoding projects can provide rapid means of detecting cryptic diversity. Nevertheless, the use of molecular data for species delimitation should beExpand
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Geographical variation in the cephalic lateral line canals of Eucyclogobius newberryi (Teleostei, Gobiidae) and its comparison with molecular phylogeography
A b s t r a c t . The tidewater goby, Eucyclogobius newberryi, is a small gobiid fish with low dispersal ability that inhabits coastal lagoons and estuaries in California. Analysis of mitochondrialExpand
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Early development of the postcranial skeleton of the pikeperch Sander lucioperca (Teleostei: Percidae) relating to developmental stages and growth
The early development of the postcranial skeleton (pectoral girdle, pelvic girdle, vertebral column and fins) in pikeperch (Sander lucioperca (L.)) was studied from hatching to days 47 and 43 postExpand
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Early development of the skull of Sander lucioperca (L.) (Teleostei: Percidae) relating to growth and mortality
The early osteological development of the skull (chondrocranium and osteocranium) of the pikeperch Sander lucioperca was studied. Specimens were reared at two temperatures, 15·5 and 18·0° C, fromExpand
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Morphological divergence of lake and stream Phoxinus of Northern Italy and the Danube basin based on geometric morphometric analysis
Abstract Minnows of the genus Phoxinus are promising candidates to investigate adaptive divergence, as they inhabit both still and running waters of a variety of altitudes and climatic zones inExpand
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