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Papuligobius uniporus, a new genus and species of freshwater goby (Perciformes: Gobiidae) from north-eastern Laos

@inproceedings{Chen2003PapuligobiusUA,
  title={Papuligobius uniporus, a new genus and species of freshwater goby (Perciformes: Gobiidae) from north-eastern Laos},
  author={I-SHIUNG Chen and Maurice Kottelat},
  year={2003}
}
Papuligobius, new genus, is distinguished by its particular combination of head canal system (additional terminal pores σ1 on anterior oculoscapular canal above anterior nostril) and longitudinal papillae pattern, with a single cp papilla. The type species is P. uniporus, new species, from the Nam Mat basin, north-eastern Laos. Tukagobius ocellatus Fowler, 1937, is placed in Papuligobius. Papuligobius uniporus is distinguished from P. ocellatus, i.a., in having 34-37 scales in lateral series… 
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Complete Mitochondrial Reveals a New Phylogenetic Perspective on the Brackish Water Goby Mugilogobius Group (Teleostei: Gobiidae: Gobionellinae)

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