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Atlas of North American Freshwater Fishes
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Evolution of NADH dehydrogenase subunit 2 in east African cichlid fish.
The complete sequence (1047 bp) of the mitochondrially encoded ND2 gene was obtained from 31 species of cichlid fishes to investigate the evolutionary history of the species flocks of the EastExpand
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Similar morphologies of cichlid fish in Lakes Tanganyika and Malawi are due to convergence.
The species flocks of cichlid fishes in the lakes of East Africa are the most spectacular example of adaptive radiation among living vertebrates. Similar highly derived morphologies are found amongExpand
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Microsatellite variation demonstrates multiple paternity in lekking cichlid fishes from Lake Malawi, Africa
The genotypes of two microsatellite loci were determined for the mouthbrooded progeny of 13 females, representing seven species of both rock- and sand-dwelling Lake Malawi cichlid fishes. MultipleExpand
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Three new species of cichlid fishes (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from Lake Apoyo, Nicaragua
ABSTRACT Three new species of the Amphilophus citrinellus (Günther) species complex that are endemic to Lake Apoyo, Nicaragua are described. The new species differ from previously described membersExpand
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Population structure and colour variation of the cichlid fishes Labeotropheus fuelleborni Ahl along a recently formed archipelago of rocky habitat patches in southern Lake Malawi
Extremely fine–scale genetic partitioning has recently been detected among populations of Lake Malawi's rock–dwelling cichlids through the study of microsatellite loci. Understanding the mechanismsExpand
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Bower Size and Male Reproductive Success in a Cichlid Fish Lek
The hypothesis that male reproductive success of a lekking species depends on the size of the display site was investigated. For the species Cyrtocara eucinostomus, the height of the bower appears toExpand
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Preferred, Avoided, and Lethal Temperatures of Fish During Rising Temperature Conditions
Selected temperatures increased for 15 fish species in a laboratory gradient when acclimated to 3 °C increments from 12 to 27 °C. Temperature preferences exceeded acclimation temperatures between 1...
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Fishes of the Greenbrier river, West Virginia, with drainage history of the Central Appalachians
The Mississippi river valley was the origin of dispersal of the majority of freshwater fishes east of the Rocky Mountains. The Pliocene Teays river was the major drainage from the east-central UnitedExpand
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