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Scientific publications dealing with cichlid fishes, 2000

Publications 2000

  1. Ambali, A.J.D., R.W. Doyle and D.I. Cook. 2000. Development of polymorphic microsatellite DNA loci for characterizing Oreochromis shiranus subspecies in Malawi. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 16: 121-125.
  2. Barlow, G.W. 2000. The cichlid fishes. Nature's grand experiment in evolution. Perseus Publishing, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 335 pp.
  3. Brick, O. 2000. Risk assessment and contest behaviour in the cichlid fish Nannacara anomala. PhD Dissertation, Department of Zoology, Stockholm University.
  4. Carruth, L.L. 2000. Freshwater cichlid Crenicara punctulata is a protogynous sequential hermaphrodite. Copeia 2000: 71-82.
  5. Casciotta, J.R., S.E. Gómez & N.I. Toresanni. 2000. Gymnogeophagus che, una nueva especie de la familia Cichlidae de la cuenca del río Paraná (Perciformes, Labroidei). Revista Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales, nueva série, 2: 53-59.
  6. Farias, I, G. Ortí & A. Meyer. 2000. Total evidence: molecules, morphology, and the phylogenetics of cichlid fishes. Journal of Experimental Zoology - Molecular and Developmental Evolution 288: 76-92. Full article from University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  7. Goodrich, J.S., S.L. Sanderson, I.E. Batjakas & L.S. Kaufman. 2000. Branchial arches of suspension-feeding Oreochromis esculentus: sieve of sticky filter? Journal of Fish Biology, 56: 858-875.
  8. [International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature]. 2000. Opinion 1954. Labrus Linnaeus, 1758, Cichlasoma Swainson, 1839 and Polycentrus Müller & Troschel, 1849 (Osteichthyes, Perciformes): conserved by the designation of Labrus mixtus Linnaeus, 1758 as the type species of Labrus and L. bimaculatus Linnaeus, 1758 as the type species of Cichlasoma; and Polycentrus schomburgkii Müller & Troschel, 1849: specific name given precedence over L. punctatus Linnaeus, 1758. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 57: 131-136.
  9. Keith, P., P.-Y. Le Bail & P. planquette. Atlas des poissons d'eau douce de Guyane. Tome 2, fascicule 1. Batrachoidiformes, Mugiliformes, Beloniformes, Cyprinodontiformes, Synbranchiformes, Perciformes, Pleuronectiformes, Tetraodontiformes. Patrimoines Naturels, vol. 43(I). Muséum National d'Histoirelle Naturelle, Service du Patrimoine Naturel & Institut d'Écologie et de Gestion de la Biodiversité, Paris, 286 pp.
  10. Kellogg, K.A., J.R. Stauffer Jr. & K.R. McKaye. 2000. Characteristics that influence male reproductive success on a lek of Lethrinops c.f. [sic] parvidens (Teleostei: Cichlidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 47: 164-170.
  11. Kornfield, I. & P.F. Smith. 2000. African cichlid fishes: model systems for evolutionary biology. Annual Reviews in Ecology and Systematics, 31: 163-196.
  12. Lamboj, A. 2000. On the generic status of Limbochromis cavalliensis (Thys van den Audenaerde & Loiselle 1971) (Teleostei: Perciformes. Annalen Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, 102B: 63-74.
  13. Lamboj, A. & J. Snoeks. 2000. Divandu albimarginatus, a new genus and species of cichlid (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from Congo and Gabon, Central Africa. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 11: 355-360.
  14. Meijide, F.K. and G. A. Guerrero. 2000. Embryonic and larval development of a substrate-brooding cichlid Cichlasoma dimerus (Heckel, 1840) under laboratory conditions. Journal of Zoology, 252: 481-493.
  15. Murray, A.M. 2000. Eocene cichlid fishes from Tanzania, East Africa. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 20: 651-664.
  16. van Oppen, M.J.H., C. Rico, G.F. Turner & G.M. Hewitt. 2000. Extensive homoplasy, nonstepwise mutations, and shared ancestral polymorphism at a complex microsatellite locus in Lake Malawi cichlids. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 17: 489-498.
  17. Parenti, P. & J.E. Randall. 2000. An annotated checklist of the species of the labroid fish families Labridae and Scaridae. Ichthyological Bulletin, 68: 1-97.
  18. Ponton, D. & S. Mérigoux. 2000. Comparative morphology and diet of young cichlids in the dammed Sinnamary river, French Guiana, South America. Journal of Fish Biology, 56: 87-102.
  19. Schütz, D. & M. Taborsky. 2000. Giant males or dwarf females: what determines the extreme sexual dimorphism in Lamprologus callipterus. Journal of Fish Biology, 57: 1254-1265.
  20. Sides, J., & C. Lydeard. 2000. Phylogenetic utility of the tyrosine kinase gene X-src for assessing relationships among representative cichlid fishes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 14: 51-74.
  21. Valtierra-Vega, M.T. & J.J. Schmitter-Soto. 2000. Hábitos alimenticios de las mojarras (Perciformes: Cichlidae) en la laguna Caobas, Quintana Roo, México. Revista de Biología Tropical, 48: 503-508.
  22. Wilson, P.J., C.M. Wood, J.N. Maina & B.N. White. 2000. Genetic structure of Lake Magadi tilapia populations. Journal of Fish Biology, 56: 590-603.

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New taxa 2000

  1. Divandu Lamboj & Snoeks, 2000: 356. Type species by original designation Divandu albimarginatus Lamboj & Snoeks
  2. Divandu albimarginatus Lamboj & Snoeks, 2000: 356, fig. 1 (Congo (Brazzaville): Mpoulou. Holotype MRAC 95-125-P-0569)
  3. Gymnogeophagus che Casciotta, Gómez & Toresanni, 2000: 55, fig. 1 (Arroyo Urugua-í y ruta provincial 19 frente a la pasarela en parque provincial Islas Malvinas [Misiones, Argentina]. Holotype: MLP 8747)
  4. Mahengechromis Murray, 2000: 65. Type species by original designation Mahengechromis plethos Murray
  5. Mahengechromis brachycranium Murray, 2000: 658, fig. 8 (Mahenge, Singida Plateau, Tanzania, about 4°47'38"S, 34°15'28"E, about 53 km west of the town of Singida; Eocene, about 45.83±0.17 Ma. Holotype National Museum of Tanzania, WM 175/96)
  6. Mahengechromis curvifrons Murray, 2000: 661, fig. 10 (Mahenge, Singida Plateau, Tanzania, about 4°47'38"S, 34°15'28"E, about 53 km west of the town of Singida; Eocene, about 45.83±0.17 Ma. Holotype National Museum of Tanzania, WM 541/96)
  7. Mahengechromis ellipticus Murray, 2000: 659, fig. 9 (Mahenge, Singida Plateau, Tanzania, about 4°47'38"S, 34°15'28"E, about 53 km west of the town of Singida; Eocene, about 45.83±0.17 Ma. Holotype National Museum of Tanzania, WM 486/96 a and b)
  8. Mahengechromis plethos Murray, 2000: 655, fig. 6 (Mahenge, Singida Plateau, Tanzania, about 4°47'38"S, 34°15'28"E, about 53 km west of the town of Singida; Eocene, about 45.83±0.17 Ma. Holotype National Museum of Tanzania, WM 339/96 a and b)
  9. Mahengechromis rotundus Murray, 2000: 655, fig. 7 (Mahenge, Singida Plateau, Tanzania, about 4°47'38"S, 34°15'28"E, about 53 km west of the town of Singida; Eocene, about 45.83±0.17 Ma. Holotype National Museum of Tanzania, WM 080/96)

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