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A Review of Extant Croatian Freshwater Fish and Lampreys
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The checklist is systematically arranged and provides distributional data of the freshwater fish fauna as well as whether the species is endemic, introduced or translocated.
Sound production in the Ponto-Caspian goby Neogobius fluviatilis and acoustic affinities within the Gobius lineage: implications for phylogeny
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The results suggested that the pulse repetition rate of the sounds was the most important property in differentiating the species, and that this trait may contain a high level of phylogenetic signal, as the species producing tonal sounds clustered together, in line with the results of recent molecular phylogenic studies.
Multilocus phylogenetic analysis helps to untangle the taxonomic puzzle of chubs (genus Squalius: Cypriniformes: Actinopteri) in the Adriatic basin of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Phylogenetic reconstruction based on the mitochondrial gene for cytochrome b and two nuclear genes, the recombination activating gene 1 and the rhodopsin gene, reveal high diversity of chubs in the investigated area and corroborated the molecular basis for recognition of six Squalius species in the Adriatic basin.
First look into the evolutionary history, phylogeographic and population genetic structure of the Danube barbel in Croatia
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Effective size estimates were obtained for populations inhabiting separate river catchments and the results imply the good reproductive potential of Barbus balcanicus in Croatia, which is in positive correlation with the overall high genetic diversity calculated for its populations.
Morphological comparison of Delminichthys ghetaldii (Steindachner, 1882), D. adspersus (Heckel, 1843), D. jadovensis (Zupančič & Bogutskaya, 2002) and D. krbavensis (Zupančič & Bogutskaya, 2002),
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Differences among the species in the number of pectoral and ventral fin rays, colouration, appearance of the lateral line, position of the mouth and presence of the groove above the upper lip were observed.
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