The evolution of diadromy in fishes (revisited) and its place in phylogenetic analysis

@article{Mcdowall2004TheEO,
  title={The evolution of diadromy in fishes (revisited) and its place in phylogenetic analysis},
  author={R M Mcdowall},
  journal={Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={443-462}
}
Diadromy is a term used to describe migrations of fishes between fresh waters and the sea; these migrations are regular, physiologically mediated movements which occur at predictable life history phases in each diadromous species, they involve most members of a species' populations, and they are usually obligatory. Around 250 fish species are regarded as diadromous. A review of the life history strategies amongst families of fishes that include diadromous species provides little support for a… CONTINUE READING
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