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Aulopiformes

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2015
2015
Bioluminescent organs that provide ventral camouflage are common among fishes in the meso‐bathypelagic zones of the deep sea… 
2015
2015
Several partial skeletons from the marine Maastrichtian deposits of Belgium and the Netherlands allow to recognize four species… 
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2013
2013
Se reportan por primera vez para el Maastrichtiano (Cretacico tardio) de Mexico Enchodus petrosus, E. ferox y E. gladiolus… 
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2010
Review
2010
The divergence times of lizardfishes (Euteleostei: Aulopiformes) are estimated utilizing a Bayesian approach in combination with… 
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2010
2010
The shortnose greeneye, Chlorophthalmus agassizi Bonaparte, 1840, is a circumglobal species found in temperate and tropical… 
2009
2009
A collection of fishes from the Brazilian continental slope between 11 degrees and 23 degrees S obtained through trawling… 
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2009
2009
The following 5 new species of lizardfishes of the genus Synodus are described: S. fasciapelvicus, 1 market specimen, Lombok… 
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2005
2005
  • P. Dunlap, J. Ast
  • Applied and Environmental Microbiology
  • 2005
  • Corpus ID: 822625
ABSTRACT Bacteria forming light-organ symbiosis with deep-sea chlorophthalmid fishes (Aulopiformes: Chlorophthalmidae) are… 
2004
2004
Six specimens (2 flexion larvae: 9.5–10.4 mm in notochord length; 4 postflexion larvae: 12.3–18.2 mm in standard length… 
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Highly Cited
1996
Highly Cited
1996
In 1973, Rosen erected the order Aulopiformes for all non-ctenosquamate eurypterygians, that is, the Iniomi of Gosline et al… 
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