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Loaches

Known as: Cobitidae 
Common name for family Cobitidae.
National Institutes of Health

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2016
2016
Tibetan loaches are the largest group of Tibetan fishes and are well adapted to the Tibetan Plateau. To investigate the origin of… Expand
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2014
2014
In the Wei River basin, the ecosystem is gradually deteriorating due to the rapid growth of the population and the development of… Expand
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2007
2007
The Asian weatherloach, Misgurnus anguillicaudatus (Cobitidae), is a facultative air-breathing teleost fish that makes use of its… Expand
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2005
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2005
Fishes of the order Cypriniformes are almost completely restricted to freshwater bodies and number > 3400 species placed in 5… Expand
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2004
2004
Aim  To document patterns in diversity, altitudinal range and body size of freshwater fishes along an elevational gradient in the… Expand
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1996
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1996
A wide variety of organisms possess damage-released alarm pheromones that evoke antipredator responses in conspecifics… Expand
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1991
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1991
At least 134 exotic and/or translocated fish species belonging to 34 families which were introduced to 29 of 33 European… Expand
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1972
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1972
Induced polyploidy in plaice ( Pleuronectes platessa ) and its hybrid with the flounder ( Platichthys flesus ) 
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1968
1968
Our previous study on the order Ostariophysi was limited to members of the family Cyprinidae, suborder Cyprinidea. It was shown… Expand
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