Reproductive segregation among the Barbus intermedius complex of Lake Tana, Ethiopia. An example of intralacustrine speciation ?

@inproceedings{Nagelkerke1996ReproductiveSA,
  title={Reproductive segregation among the Barbus intermedius complex of Lake Tana, Ethiopia. An example of intralacustrine speciation ?},
  author={Leo A. J. Nagelkerke and Ferdinand A. Sibbing},
  year={1996}
}
Reproductive segregation among the large barbs Barbus intermedius complex, Cyprinidae, of Lake Tana, Ethiopia, was investigated in the mouths and upstream reaches of rivers tributary to the lake, during the spawning seasons of 1993 and 1994. The percentage of running fish of four Barbus morphotypes [Acute (Ac), Bigmouth big-eye (Be), Intermedius (In), and Shorthead (Sh)] peaks with the highest water level of the lake. Large differences are apparent in the minimum fork length of running fish… CONTINUE READING

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