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Description of Andinoacara stalsbergi sp. n. (Teleostei: Cichlidae: Cichlasomatini) from Pacifi c coastal rivers in Peru, and annotations on the phylogeny of the genus

@inproceedings{Musilov2009DescriptionOA,
  title={Description of Andinoacara stalsbergi sp. n. (Teleostei: Cichlidae: Cichlasomatini) from Pacifi c coastal rivers in Peru, and annotations on the phylogeny of the genus},
  author={Zuzana Musilov{\'a} and Ingo Schindler and Wolfgang Staeck},
  year={2009}
}
The South American cichlid genus Andinoacara MUSILOVA, ŘICAN & NOVAK, 2009 belonging to the tribe Cichlasomatini is one of the genera which were recently described as the result of analyses of morphological and molecular data and ensuing nomenclatural revisions. This genus involves six species previously placed in the genus Aequidens EIGENMANN & BRAY, 1894, viz. Cichlosoma biseriatum REGAN, 1913, Acara coeruleopunctata KNER, 1863, Acara latifrons STEINDACHNER, 1878, Cychlasoma pulchrum GILL… 

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