Annotated list and key to the stream fishes of Trinidad & Tobago.

@article{Phillip2013AnnotatedLA,
  title={Annotated list and key to the stream fishes of Trinidad \& Tobago.},
  author={Dawn A. T. Phillip and Donald C. Taphorn and Erling Dokk Holm and James F. Gilliam and Bradley A. Lamphere and Hern{\'a}n L{\'o}pez-Fern{\'a}ndez},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2013},
  volume={3711},
  pages={
          1-64
        }
}
Based on historical and museum records and recent extensive collecting we compiled a checklist of 77 fish species reported from the streams of Trinidad and Tobago. A key with photographs is provided to aid in identifications, as well as brief notes on habitat, diet, reproduction, maximum size, local common names and distribution. 
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