Literature / littérature

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S. A. M. Goodier, Cotterill, F. P. D. , O'Ryan, C. , Skelton, P. H. , de Wit, M. J. 2011Cryptic Diversity of African Tigerfish (Genus Hydrocynus) Reveals Palaeogeographic Signatures of Linked Neogene Geotectonic Events
R. A. Holland, Darwall, W. R. T. , Smith, K. G. , Allen, D. , Brooks, E. G. E. , Katarya, V. , Pollock, C. M. , Shi, Y. , Clausnitzer, V. , Cumberlidge, N. , Cuttelod, A. , Dijkstra, K. - D. B. , Diop, M. D. , García, N. , Seddon, M. B. , Skelton, P. H. , Snoeks, J. , Tweddle, D. , Vié, J. - C. 2011Implications of bias in conservation research and investment for freshwater species
B. Kramer, BILLS, R. , Skelton, P. H. , Wink, M. 2012A critical revision of the churchill snoutfish, genus Petrocephalus Marcusen, 1854 (Actinopterygii: Teleostei: Mormyridae), from southern and eastern Africa, with the recognition of Petrocephalus tanensis, and the description of five new species
B. Kramer, Skelton, P. H. , van der Bank, H. , Wink, M. 2007Allopatric differentiation in the Marcusenius macrolepidotus species complex in southern and eastern Africa: the resurrection of M. pongolensis and M. angolensis, and the description of two new species (Mormyridae, Teleostei)
P. H. Skelton2016Name changes and additions to the southern African freshwater fish fauna
P. H. Skelton, Swartz E. R. 2011Walking the tightrope: trends in African freshwater systematic ichthyology
D. Tweddle, Skelton, P. H. , Eccles, D. H. 2011Eight new species in the dwarf catfish genus Zaireichthys (Siluriformes: Amphiliidae)
R. P. Vari, Skelton, P. H. , Ferraris, C.J., J. 2011A new genus of African loach catfish (Siluriformes: Amphiliidae) from the Congo River basin, the sister-group to all other genera of the Doumeinae, with the description of two new species

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