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Respiratory characters of three species of haplochromine cichlids : Implications for use of wetland refugia

@inproceedings{Ae2000RespiratoryCO,
  title={Respiratory characters of three species of haplochromine cichlids : Implications for use of wetland refugia},
  author={Rzhevskaia Ae},
  year={2000}
}
  • Rzhevskaia Ae
  • Published 2000
  • Respiratory characters of three east African haplochromine cichlid species that differ in their use of hypoxic wetlands were examined to consider the potential of dissolved oxygen as one factor affecting habitat use. All three species had a large gill surface area, ranging from the 67th (Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae) to 98th (Astatotilapia velifer) percentile of the known gill size range for freshwater fishes. Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae was the most tolerant to hypoxia… CONTINUE READING

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