Literature / littérature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
Baron, VD, Morshnev, KS, shanskii Ol, VM, Orlov, AA1994Electrical organ discharges (EODs) in the social behaviour of two species synodontid African catfish
Baron, VD, Morshnev, KS, Olshansky, VM, Orlov, AA1994Electric organ discharges of two species of African catfish (Synodontis) during social behaviour
Baron, VD, Orlov, AA, Golubtsov, AS1994African Clarias catfish elicits long-lasting weak electric pulses
Nagelkerke, LAJ, Sibbing, FA, Van, DBJGM, Lammens, EHRR, Osse, JWM1994The barbs (Barbus spp.) of Lake Tana: A forgotten species flock?
Michel, E1995MtDNA phylogeny of an African rift lake gastropod species flock illustrates phenomena of divergence in sympatry
Moran, P, Kornfield, I1995Were population bottlenecks associated with the radiation of the mbuna species flock (Teleostei: Cichlidae) of Lake Malawi?
Baron, VD, Orlov, AA, Golubtsov, AS1996African catfishes clariidae: A new group of weakly electrical fish
Baron, VD, Orlov, AA, Golubtsov, AS1996Revealing of the electric discharges of the African catfish Auchenoglanis occidentalis (Siluriformes: Bagridae)
Nagelkerke, LAJ, Sibbing, FA1996Reproductive segregation among the Barbus intermedius complex of Lake Tana, Ethiopia: An example of intralacustrine speciation?
Baron, VD, Morshnev, KS1998On the electrogeneration peculiarities of the two species of the African synodontids (Mochokidae, Siluriformes)
Tichy, H, Mayer, WE, Takahata, N, Nagl, S, Klein, J1998Persistence of neutral polymorphisms in Lake Victoria cichlid fish
Nagelkerke, LAJ, Sibbing, FA, Stet, RJM, Osse, JWM1998Speciation of endemic Lake Tana barbs (Cyprinidae, Ethiopia) driven by trophic resource partitioning; A molecular and ecomorphological approach
Takahashi, K, Terai, Y, Nishida, M, Okada, N1998A novel family of short interspersed repetitive elements (SINEs) from cichlids: The patterns of insertion of SINEs at orthologous loci support the proposed monophyly of four major groups of cichlid fishes in Lake Tanganyika
Seehausen, O, Van, AJJM, Witte, F1999Can ancient colour polymorphisms explain why some cichlid lineages speciate rapidly under disruptive sexual selection?
Tichy, H, Mayer, WE, Takezaki, N, Nagl, S, Takahata, N, Klein, J2000The origin and age of haplochromine fishes in Lake Victoria, East Africa
Agnese, JF, Teugels, GG2001L'essaim d'especes Bathyclarias-Clarias, un nouveau modele pour comprendre les speciations rapides dans les grands lacs africains
Fryer, G2001On the age and origin of the species flock of haplochromine cichlid fishes of Lake Victoria
Murray, AM2001The oldest fossil cichlids (Teleostei: Perciformes): Indication of a 45 million-year-old species flock
Murray, AM2001Eocene cichlid fishes from Tanzania, East Africa
Schliewen, UK, Rassmann, K, Markmann, M, Markert, J, Kocher, T, Tautz, D2001Genetic and ecological divergence of a monophyletic cichlid species pair under fully sympatric conditions in Lake Ejagham, Cameroon
Baric, S, Salzburger, W, Sturmbauer, C, Ruber, L, Verheyen, E2001Lake level fluctuations synchronize genetic divergences of cichlid fishes in African lakes
Salzburger, W, Meyer, A, Baric, S, Verheyen, E, Sturmbauer, C2002Phylogeny of the Lake Tanganyika cichlid species flock and its relationship to the Central and East African haplochromine cichlid fish faunas
Seehausen, O2002Patterns in fish radiation are compatible with Pleistocene desiccation of Lake Victoria and 14 600 year history for its cichlid species flock
Baric, S, Salzburger, W, Sturmbauer, C2003Phylogeography and evolution of the Tanganyikan cichlid genus Tropheus based upon mitochondrial DNA sequences
Seehausen, O, Koetsier, E, Schneider, MV, Chapman, LJ, Chapman, CA, Knight, ME, Turner, GF, Van, AJJM, Bills, R2003Nuclear markers reveal unexpected genetic variation and a Congolese-Nilotic origin of the Lake Victoria cichlid species flock
Takahashi, K, Terai, Y, Nishida, M, Sato, T, Okada, N2003Using SINEs to probe ancient explosive speciation: "Hidden" radiation of African cichlids?

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