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Ubiquity of Sicyopterus lagocephalus (Teleostei: Gobioidei) and phylogeography of the genus Sicyopterus in the Indo-Pacific area inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b gene.
Sicyopterus lagocephalus is a Gobiidae Sicydiinae (Teleostei) thought to inhabit Indo-Pacific island rivers from Comoros Islands in the Indian Ocean to Australs Islands (French Polynesia) in theExpand
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Phylogeny and biogeography of Sicydiinae (Teleostei: Gobiidae) inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear genes
In the Indo-Pacific area, the Caribbean region and West Africa, insular systems are colonised by particular Gobiids of the Sicydiinae subfamily. These species spawn in freshwater, the free embryosExpand
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DNA Barcoding Indonesian freshwater fishes: challenges and prospects
With 1172 native species, the Indonesian ichthyofauna is among the world's most speciose. Despite that the inventory of the Indonesian ichthyofauna started during the eighteen century, the numerousExpand
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A new species of the catfish genus Ituglanis from French Guyana (Osteichthyes: Siluriformes: Trichomycteridae)
Ituglanis nebulosus is described from the Aprouague basin in French Guiana. It differs from all other species of Ituglanis by a color pattern composed of large, round spots irregularly distributed onExpand
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Pelagic larval duration of three amphidromous Sicydiinae gobies (Teleostei: Gobioidei) including widespread and endemic species
Sicydiinae species have an amphidromous life cycle during which they undergo a pelagic larval phase allowing them to disperse through the ocean and to recruit in distant island rivers. Hypotheses forExpand
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Revisiting the ichthyodiversity of Java and Bali through DNA barcodes: taxonomic coverage, identification accuracy, cryptic diversity and identification of exotic species
Among the 899 species of freshwater fishes reported from Sundaland biodiversity hotspot, nearly 50% are endemics. The functional integrity of aquatic ecosystems is currently jeopardized by humanExpand
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Stiphodon mele n. sp., a new species of Freshwater goby from Vanuatu and New Caledonia (Teleostei, Gobiidae, Sicydiinae), and comments about amphidromy and regional dispersion
Keith P., Marquet G. & Pouilly M. 2009. — Stiphodon mele n. sp., a new species of Freshwater goby from Vanuatu and New Caledonia (Teleostei, Gobiidae, Sicydiinae), and comments about amphidromy andExpand
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Stretched to the limit; can a short pelagic larval duration connect adult populations of an Indo‐Pacific diadromous fish (Kuhlia rupestris)?
Freshwater species on tropical islands face localized extinction and the loss of genetic diversity. Their habitats can be ephemeral due to variability in freshwater run‐off and erosion. Even worse,Expand
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The complex study of complexes: The first well-supported phylogeny of two species complexes within genus Caridina (Decapoda: Caridea: Atyidae) sheds light on evolution, biogeography, and habitat.
Atyid shrimps, a key component of tropical freshwater ecosystems, face multiple anthropogenic threats and thus need special attention. With more than 300 described species, the genus Caridina is theExpand
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Morphological and molecular evidence of three species of pikes Esox spp. (Actinopterygii, Esocidae) in France, including the description of a new species.
This integrative taxonomy study of French pikes compares morphological characters and molecular sequence data (mitochondrial COI and nuclear Plagl2 genes). In addition to the expected E. lucius, DNAExpand
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