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Relationships of Oryzias, and the groups of atherinomorph fishes

@inproceedings{Rosen1981RelationshipsOO,
  title={Relationships of Oryzias, and the groups of atherinomorph fishes},
  author={Donn Eric Rosen and Lynne R. Parenti},
  year={1981}
}
Newly discovered evidence, particularly that pertaining to the gill arch skeleton and hyoid apparatus, indicates that adrianichthyoids (ricefishes and their allies) are related more closely to halfbeaks, flyingfishes, needlefishes, and sauries than to the killifishes with which they have been associated for over a century. This discovery was used as an occasion to reevaluate atherinomorph interrelationships and the monophyly of the included groups. We conclude that atherinoids are not presently… 

A phylogenetic analysis and taxonomic revision of ricefishes, Oryzias and relatives (Beloniformes, Adrianichthyidae)

Ricefishes, known best by the model organism, the medaka, Oryzias latipes Temminck & Schlegel, 1846, comprise the family Adrianichthyidae, which ranges broadly throughout fresh and brackish waters of

A Phylogenetic Analysis and Taxonomic Revision of Ricefishes, Oryzias and Relatives (Beloniformes, Adrianichthyidae)

Ricefishes, known best by the model organism, the medaka, Oryzias latipes Temminck & Schlegel, 1846, comprise the family Adrianichthyidae, which ranges broadly throughout fresh and brackish waters of

Relationships of sauries and needlefishes (Teleostei: Scomberesocoidea) to the internally fertilizing halfbeaks (Zenarchopteridae) based on the pharyngeal jaw apparatus

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This analysis indicates that sauries are most closely related to needlefishes, supporting the historical concept of the superfamily Scomberesocoidea as a monophyletic assemblage.

Systematic revision of the South American silversides (Teleostei, Atheriniformes).

  • B. Dyer
  • Biology
    Biocell : official journal of the Sociedades Latinoamericanas de Microscopia Electronica ... et. al
  • 2006
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The purpose of this paper is to review the present state of the systematics (taxonomy, relationships and distribution) of the South American silversides in the context of phylogenetic revisions of AtherIniformes and Atherinopsinae.

Multi-locus fossil-calibrated phylogeny of Atheriniformes (Teleostei, Ovalentaria).

The Infrabranchial Musculature and Its Bearing on the Phylogeny of Percomorph Fishes (Osteichthyes: Teleostei)

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The present analysis further confirms the validity of infrabranchial musculature characters previously proposed to support the grouping of the Mugiliformes with the Atherinomorphae and the monophyly of the Labriforme with the possible inclusion of the Pholidichthyiformes.

The limits and relationships of the acanthomorph teleosts

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In this study four derived morphological features are identified which support the monophyly of the Acanthomorpha, and the previously ‘problematical’ genus Polymixia is determined to be the sistergroup of all the remaining acanthomorphs.

†Kenyaichthyidae fam. nov. and †Kenyaichthys gen. nov. – First Record of a Fossil Aplocheiloid Killifish (Teleostei, Cyprinodontiformes)

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Fossils from the upper Miocene Lukeino Formation in the Tugen Hills of the Central Rift Valley of Kenya represent the first fossil record of an aplocheiloid killifish and provide strong evidence for the assignment of the fossils to the Aplocheiloidei, and justify the definition of the new family †Kenyaichthyidae.

Head morphology of the ricefish, Oryzias latipes (Teleostei: Beloniformes)

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The anatomy of the jaw apparatus of O. latipes is described, focusing on musculature, connective tissue elements, and the nervous system, to improve the understanding of the evolution of beak‐like jaws in beloniform fishes.
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