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Notropis Volucellus Wickliffi, a New Subspecies of Cyprinid Fish from the Ohio and Upper Mississippi Rivers

@inproceedings{Trautman1931NotropisVW,
  title={Notropis Volucellus Wickliffi, a New Subspecies of Cyprinid Fish from the Ohio and Upper Mississippi Rivers},
  author={Milton B. Trautman},
  year={1931}
}
Taxonomic and Distributional Status of Notropis volucellus and Notropis wickliffi in the Mississippi River Drainage: A Literature Review
Notropis volucellus was described in 1864 and underwent a confusing taxonomic synonymy with Notropis blennius. By the 1930s, N. volucellus was recognized as a full species with three subspecies. The
Predictability of phenotypic differentiation across flow regimes in fishes.
  • R. Langerhans
  • Biology, Environmental Science
    Integrative and comparative biology
  • 2008
TLDR
A generalized model is described that produces testable hypotheses of morphological and locomotor differentiation between flow regimes in fishes and suggests that water flow drives predictable phenotypic variation in disparate groups of fish based on a common, generalized model.
Character Release and Displacement in Fishes: A Neglected Literature
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It is shown that competition is frequently a diversifying force that creates differences between species and differences within species when other closely related species are absent, and the lake environment can be viewed as a set of non-Hutchinsonian or "environmental" niches that exist apart from the species that occupy them.