Ixchel F. Mandagi

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Many straits in the Japanese archipelago have been proposed as biogeographical boundaries, but there is disagreement regarding their importance as historic barriers against dispersal of terrestrial and freshwater taxa. Mitochondrial DNA haplotype and phylogenetic analyses of Lefua nikkonis, a primary freshwater fish inhabiting northern Japan and descendent(More)
The Oryzias woworae species group, composed of O. asinua, O. wolasi, and O. woworae, is widely distributed in southeastern Sulawesi, an island in the Indo-Australian Archipelago. Deep-elongated body shape divergence is evident among these three species to the extent that it is used as a species-diagnostic character. These fishes inhabit a variety of(More)
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