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Phylogenetic relationships and biogeographical patterns in Circum-Mediterranean subfamily Leuciscinae (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) inferred from both mitochondrial and nuclear data
This paper constitutes the first attempt at deciphering the mitochondrial and nuclear relationships of Mediterranean leuciscins but also a test of biogeographical hypotheses that could have determined the current distribution of Circum-Mediterranean leucISCins.
Fish migrate underground: the example of Delminichthys adspersus (Cyprinidae)
- A. Palandačić, M. Matschiner, P. Zupančič, A. Snoj
- Environmental ScienceMolecular ecology
- 1 April 2012
The results of this study suggest the existence of recurrent underground migration of fish in a karst environment and demonstrate the complexity of its hydrological network.
Two new species of freshwater fishes of the genus Alburnoides, A. fangfangae and A. devolli (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae), from the Adriatic Sea Basin in Albania
- N. Bogutskaya, P. Zupančič, A. Naseka
- BiologyProceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS
- 25 December 2010
Two new species of the genus Alburnoides are described from the river Seman drainage in the eastern Adriatic Sea basin in Albania. Both species have a pharyngeal tooth formula of 2.5–4.2. Alburnoides…
Molecular data suggest a multispecies complex of Phoxinus (Cyprinidae) in the Western Balkan Peninsula.
Use of microcalorimetry in determination of stability of enalapril maleate and enalapril maleate tablet formulations.
Two new freshwater fish species of the genus Telestes (Actinopterygii, Cyprinidae) from karst poljes in Eastern Herzegovina and Dubrovnik littoral (Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia)
Two new species are described on the basis of morphological comparisons of isolated geographical populations of fishes identified earlier as Telestes metohiensis andTelestes miloradi, both of which are critically restricted during the dry season by a few permanent sources.
A new endemic cyprinid species from the Danube drainage.
Populations of endemic Croatian dace were found to belong to two different species, one of which is first described in this study, which is geographically very localized and Morphological differences were corroborated with mtDNA analyses.
Description of a new species, Phoxinellus dalmaticus (Cyprinidae: Leuciscinae), from the Čikola River in the Krka River system, Adriatic basin (Croatia)
Phoxinellus dalmaticus, new species, is described from the ^ikola River in the Krka River system in Croatia and is distinguished from congeners by a suite of characters which includes a naked body with scales only in a relatively short, often interrupted, lateral line series.
Squalius janae , a new species of fish from the Adriatic Sea basin in Slovenia (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae)
The new species is distinguished from other members of the S. cephalus species group by a combination of the following characters: a long head, head length, 29−32% SL, always markedly exceeding body depth.
Description of two new species, Phoxinellus krbavensis and P. jadovensis, re-description of P. fontinalis Karaman, 1972, and discussion of the distribution of Phoxinellus species (Teleostei:…
Including description of two new species, ten Phoxinellus species are reported from Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina with an irregular spotted color pattern and the presence of a large genital papilla in females.