Molecular phylogeny of the cyprinid tribe Labeonini (Teleostei: Cypriniformes).

@article{Yang2012MolecularPO,
  title={Molecular phylogeny of the cyprinid tribe Labeonini (Teleostei: Cypriniformes).},
  author={Lei Yang and Muthukumarasamy Arunachalam and Tetsuya Sado and Boris A. Levin and Alexander S. Golubtsov and J{\"o}rg Freyhof and John P. Friel and Wei‐Jen Chen and M. Vincent Hirt and Rajalakshmi Manickam and Mary K Agnew and Andrew M Simons and Kenji Saitoh and Masaki Miya and Richard L Mayden and Shunping He},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2012},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={
          362-79
        }
}
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