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The fishes of the Amur River: updated check-list and zoogeography
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Two monotypic genera, Pseudaspius and Mesocottus are the most peculiar elements of the Amur River, shared with only neighboring coastal rivers. Expand
Phylogenetic and Taxonomic Relationships of Northern Far Eastern Phoxinin Minnows, Phoxinus and Rhynchocypris (Pisces, Cyprinidae), as Inferred from Allozyme and Mitochondrial 16S rRNA Sequence
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Analyses of allozyme and partial mitochondrial DNA sequences support the classification of phoxinin minnows from the northern Far East into 2 genera of 8 species and Rhynchocypris forms a monophyletic cluster with dace genera Tribolodon and Pseudaspius, not with Phoxinus. Expand
Speciation and genetic divergence of three species of charr from ancient Lake El'gygytgyn (Chukotka) and their phylogenetic relationships with other representatives of the genus Salvelinus
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Using the charrs from Lakes El’gygytgyn and Lama as a case study, it is shown that a model of sympatric speciation, which seemed more probable based on previous empirical evidence, was rejected by other data. Expand
Position of neck banded blenny Leptostichaeus pumilus (Perciformes: Zoarcoidei) in the system of the suborder Zoarcoidei as inferred from molecular genetic data
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Significant genetic differences between neck banded blenny and the family Stichaeidae correspond to the level of divergence between other families of the suborder Zoarcoidei (Zaproridae, Ptilichthyidae, Pholidae, Cryptacanthodidae, and Bathymasteridae). Expand
Relationships and divergence of some taxa of the subfamily Lycodinae (Zoarcidae, Pisces) based on molecular-genetic and morphological data
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The problem of determination of the time of divergence of the studied zoarcid-like fish using the concept of “molecular clock” and its calibration according to paleontological and paleogeographic data is discussed. Expand
Relationships and position of the genus Neozoarces of the subfamily neozoarcinae in the system of the suborder Zoarcoidei (Pisces, Perciformes) by molecular-genetic data
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The results of investigations confirm the viewpoint suggested by Makushok (1961) who included, for the first time, the subfamily Neozoarcinae to the family Zoarcidae on the basis of comparative morphological investigation of these groups. Expand
Relationships and position of wrymouths of the family cryptacanthodidae in the system of the suborder Zoarcoidei (Pisces, Perciformes)
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The opinion of Makushok on a phylogenetically distinct position of wrymouths in relation to snake blennies and related families is not supported and the anatomical features of skull structure support the data of molecular genetics. Expand
Relationships and position of the taxa of the subfamily Xiphisterinae in the system of the suborder Zoarcoidei (Perciformes)
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The genetic heterogeneity of Xiphisterinae and the propriety of its division into two subfamilies should be raised to the rank of a family and classified not within the superfamily Stichaeoidae but rather as independent taxa of the suborder Zoarcoidei. Expand
Phylogenetic relations in the family pholidae (Perciformes: Zoarcoidei) based on genetic and morphological data
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Analysis of variation of genes of COI, cytochrome b, and 16S rRNA of mitochondrial DNA indicates different phylogenetic isolation of the family taxa. Expand
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