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population genetics
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Keith C. Martin and Susan Barclay aqua International Journal of Ichthyology,  pp. 54-65, Volume 21 issue 2, 15 April 2015 Abstract The Banded Rainbowfish Melanotaenia trifasciata has a wide but patchy distribution across northern Australia. It reaches its southern range limit in north-eastern Queensland, where it has been historically recorded

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aphanius-pluristriatus
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Yazdan Keivany and Hamid Reza Esmaeili aqua International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 67-72, Volume 20 issue 2, 15 April 2014 Abstract The systematics, morphology and biology of an endemic fish, the Mond tooth-carp, Aphanius pluristriatus (Jenkins 1910) (Cyprinodontidae) are summarized. A. pluristriatus is a poorly known species from Fasa, located in

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aqua 20(1)_Quinca mirifica
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Alejandro A. Vagelli aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 1-10, Volume 20, Issue 1 – 15 January 2014 Abstract During their courtship behavior males Quinca mirifica Mees 1966 exhibit a rapid dramatic color change, from their normal deep-black coloration to a brilliant silvery/white displayed on most of their body including

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aqua journal

I must thank Frank L. Pezold III, for his great work during the last two years for aqua, and especially because he made it again possible for this strict peer-reviewed scientific journal to be even more respected an appreciated by the international Ichthyologic community. Frank has committed himself for an

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William F. Smith-Vaniz and Bruce B. Collette aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 165-186, Volume 19, Issue 4 – 25 October 2013 Abstract Here we add a recently described species of Hyporhamphus (Hemiramphidae), recognize Chromis bermudae (Pomacentridae) as valid, and remove Parasphyraenops atrimanus (Serranidae) from the list of Bermuda endemics,

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Hans Recknagel, Henrik Kusche, Kathryn R. Elmer and Axel Meyer aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 207-224, Volume 19, Issue 4 – 25 October 2013 Abstract The Neotropical Midas cichlid species complex (Amphilophus citrinellus Günther 1864) has become a model system for investigating the mechanisms of speciation and adaptive radiation.

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aqua 20(2)_Aphanius pluristriatus
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Yazdan Keivany aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 67-70, Volume 19, Issue 2 – 26 April 2013 Abstract The systematics, morphology, ecology and biology of an Isfahan endemic toothcarp, Aphanius isfahanensis Hrbek, Keivany & Coad, 2006 (Cyprinodontidae) are summarized. This fish is not listed in IUCN’s Red Data Book, but

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aqua 19-1_Chromis dimidiata
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John E. Randall and Joseph D. DiBattista aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 1-16, Volume 19, Issue 1 – 21 January 2013 Abstract The pomacentrid fish Chromis dimidiata (Klunzinger, 1871), type locality Red Sea, formerly believed to be wide-ranging into the Indian Ocean, is restricted to the Red Sea. The

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aqua 18(4)_Itycirrhitus genus
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Michelle R. Gaither and John E. Randall aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 219-226, Volume 18, Issue 4 – 15 October 2012 Abstract The hawkfish Cirrhitus wilhelmi Lavenberg & Yañez was described from Easter Island in 1972, reclassified in Amblycirrhitus by Pequeño (1989), and the range extended to the Pitcairn

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The Banggai Cardinalfish: Natural History, Conservation and Culture of Pterapogon kauderni Alejandro A. VagelliWiley-Blackwell, John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. 2011, 224 pages ISBN 978-0-470-65499-6 (Hardcover) $179.95 ISBN 978-1-1199-5036-3 (ebook) $149.99 There are three online excerpts at: http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470654996.html, in addition to a brief description and table of contents of what is in

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