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Sagittalarva inornata

Known as: Labridae sp. BOLD:AAI1946, Sagittalarva inornatus, Pseudojulis inornatus 
National Institutes of Health

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2017
2017
Abstract Based on recently published molecular phylogenies of Indo-West Pacific palaemonid shrimps and further morphological… Expand
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2014
2014
The protandrenine bee genus Liphanthus Reed (Panurginae: Protandrenini) is currently known from Chile and Argentina. Liphanthus… Expand
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2013
2013
Morphology can contain valuable information about the ecological performance of reef fishes, but it has rarely been used in… Expand
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2013
2013
We developed 23 microsatellite loci for the endangered Puerto Rican boa, Chilabothrusinornatus, from 100 bp reads obtained from a… Expand
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2012
2012
Fish from the family Labridae elicit considerable ecological interest, especially due to their complex interactions with the reef… Expand
2011
2011
Historically, most of the nautiloids arisen during the Early Jurassic have been assigned initially to the genus Nautilus Linnaeus… Expand
2002
2002
The direct amplification of length polymorphism technique (DALP) has been used to distinguish species-specific banding patterns… Expand
1998
1998
Previously published mtDNA cytochrome b sequences for Xyrichtys novacula (Linnaeus) and two morphologically distinct types of… Expand
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1981
Review
1981
The Indo-Pacific labrid fish genus Pseudojuloides Fowler is characterized chiefly by a slender body (depth usually 4-5 in… Expand
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1962
1962
Six species of lizards in the genus Cnemidophorus, Teiidae, have been found to be all-female or virtually all-female. The species… Expand