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Scientific publications dealing with cichlids and new cichlid taxa 2004

Publications 2004

  1. Amorim, M.C.P., M.E. Knight, Y. Stratoudakis and G.F. Turner. 2004. Differences in sounds made by courting males of three closely related Lake Malawi cichlid species. Journal of Fish Biology, 65: 1358-1371.
  2. Boschung, Jr., H.T. and R.L. Mayden. 2004. Fishes of Alabama. Smithsonian Books, Washington, D.C., XVIII+736 pp.
  3. Brinn, M. N. A., J. I. R. Porto and E. Feldberg. 2004. Karyological evidence for interspecific hybridization between Cichla monoculus and C. temensis (Perciformes, Cichlidae) in the Amazon. Hereditas, 141: 252-257.
  4. Chakrabarty, P. 2004. Cichlid biogeography: comment and review. Fish and Fisheries, 5: 97-119.
  5. Egger, B., M. Meekan, W. Salzburger, L. Mwape, L. Makasa, R. Shapola and C. Sturmbauer. 2004. Validation of the periodicity of increment formation in the otoliths of a cichlid fish from Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. Journal of Fish Biology, 64: 1272-1284.
  6. Frostman, P. and P.T. Sherman. 2004. Behavioral response to familiar and unfamiliar neighbors in a territorial cichlid, Neolamprologus pulcher. Ichthyological Research, 51: 283-285.
  7. Genner, M.J., O. Seehausen, D. F.R. Cleary, M. E. Knight, E. Michel and G. F. Turner. 2004. How does the taxonomic status of allopatric populations influence species richness within African cichlid fish assemblages?. Journal of Biogeography, 31: 93-102.
  8. Hulsey, C.D., F. J. García de León, Y. Sanchez Johnson, D. A. Hendrickson and T. J. Neara. 2004. Temporal diversification of Mesoamerican cichlid fishes across a major biogeographic boundary. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 31: 754-764.
  9. Kassam, D., S. Mizoiri, and K. Yamaoka. 2004. Interspecific variation of body shape and sexual dimorphism in three coexisting species of the genus Petrotilapia (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from Lake Malawi. Ichthyological Research, 51: 195-201
  10. Kocher, T.D. 2004. Adaptive evolution and explosive speciation: the cichlid fish model. Nature Reviews Genetics, 5: 288 -298.
  11. Lasso, C.A., D. Lew, D. Taphorn, C. DoNascimiento, O. Lasso-Alcalá, F. Provenzano and A. Machado-Allison. 2004. Biodiversidad ictiolígica continental de Venezuela. Parte I. Lista de especies y distribución por cuencas. Memorias de la Fundación La Salle de Ciencias Naturales, 159-160: 105-195.
  12. López-Fernández, H., R. L. Honeycutt and K. O. Winemiller. 2004. Molecular phylogeny and evidence for an adaptive radiation of geophagine cichlids from South America (Perciformes: Labroidei). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 34: 227-244.
  13. López-Fernández, H. and D.C. Taphorn. 2004. Geophagus abalios, G. dicrozoster and G. winemilleri (Perciformes: Cichlidae), three new species from Venezuela. Zootaxa, 439: 1-27.
  14. Kullander, S. O. 2004. Apistogramma alacrina, a new species of cichlid fish (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from Colombia. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 15: 41-48. PDF
  15. Nelson, J.S., E.J. Crossman, H. Espinosa-Pérez, L.T. Findley, C.R. Gilbert, R.N. Lea, and J.D. Williams. 2004. Common and scientific names of fifhses from the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Sixth Edition. American Fisheries Society, Special Publication 20, Bethesda, Maryland, 386 pp.
  16. Pauly, D. 2004. Darwin's Fishes. An encyclopedia of ichthyology, ecology and evolution. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, xxv+340 pp.PDF
  17. Ripley, J.L. and P.S. Lobel. Correlation of acoustic and visual signals in the cichlid fish, Tramitichromis intermedius. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 71: 389-394.
  18. * Römer, U., I. Hahn, E. Römer, D.P. Soares and M. Wöhler. 2004. Apistogramma baenschi sp. n. Beschreibung eines weiteren geophaginen Zwergcichliden (Teleostei: Perciformes) aus Peru. Das Aquarium, 422: 15-30.
  19. Salzburger, W. and A. Meyer. 2004. The species flocks of East African cichlid fishes: recent advances in molecular phylogenetics and population genetics. Naturwissenschaften, 91: 277-290.
  20. Schelly, R.C. and M.L.J. Stiassny. 2004. Revision of the Congo River Lamprologus Schilthuis, 1891 (Teleostei: Cichlidae), with descriptions of two new species. American Museum Novitates, 3451, 1-40.
  21. *Schraml, E. 2004. Die Artenvielfalt der Fishe in Ugandas Gewässern. DCG-Informationen, Sonderheft 3: 1-48.
  22. Sparks, J.S. 2004. A new and presumably extinct species of Ptychochromoides (Teleostei: Perciformes: Cichlidae) from central Madagascar. Zootaxa, 524: 1-15.
  23. Sparks, J. S. and W. L. Smith. 2004. Phylogeny and biogeography of cichlid fishes (Teleostei: Perciformes: Cichlidae). Cladistics, 20: 501-517.
  24. Springer, V.G. and G. D. Johnson. 2004. Study of the dorsal gill-arch musculature of teleostome fishes, with special reference to the Actinopterygii. Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington, 11: i-vi, 1-235, 204 pls (2 vols).
  25. Springer, V.G. and T.M. Orrell. 2004. Appendix: Phylogenetic analysis of 147 families of acanthomorph fishes based primarily on dorsal gill-arch muscles and skeleton. Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington, 11: 237-260.
  26. Staeck, W. and I. Schindler. 2005. Nannacara quadrispinae sp.n. - a new dwarf cichlid fish (Teleostei: Perciformes: Cichlidae) from the drainage of the Orinoco Delta in Venezuela. Zoologische Abhandlungen (Dresden), 54: 155-161.
  27. Stiver, K.A., P. Dierkes, M. Taborsky and S. Balshine. 2004. Dispersal patterns and status change in a co-operatively breeding cichlid Neolamprologus pulcher: evidence from microsatellite analyses and behavioural observations. Journal of fish Biology, 65: 91-105.
  28. Sugie, A., Y. Terai, R. Ota and N. Okada. 2004. The evolution of genes for pigmentation in African cichlid fishes. Gene, 343: 337-346.
  29. Takahashi, T. 2004. Phylogenetic analysis of Cyprichromini (Perciformes: Cichlidae) endemic to Lake Tanganyika and validation of the genus Paracyprichromis. Ichthyological Research, 51: 1-4.
  30. Takahashi, T. 2004. Morphological and genetic distinctness of rock and shell-bed dwelling Telmatochromis (Teleostei, Cichlidae) in the south of Lake Tanganyika suggest the existence of two species. Journal of Fish Biology, 65: 419-435.

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New taxa 2004

  1. Apistogramma alacrina Kullander, 2004: 41, fig. 1 (Colombia: Departamento Meta: Río Guaviare drainage, Río Ariari, roadside pond on E side of road from Vista Hermosa to San Martín, 4.9 km N of Campo Alegre and 6.2 km N of Vista Hermosa. Holotype UF 33670)
  2. Apistogramma baenschi Römer et al., 2004: 16, fig. 1 (Peru, Departamento San Martin, kleiner Urwaldzufluss des unteren Shanushi südlich der Ortschaft Yurimaguas, unteres Rio Hualaga-System (etwa 77°52'W/06°03'S). Holotype MTD F 26 965)
  3. Apistogramma eremnopyge Ready & Kullander, 2004: 2, fig. 1 (Peru, Province Loreto: Río Itaya drainage, Río Pintuyacu, 48 km on road from Iquitos to Nauta. Holotype MUSM 21214)
  4. Geophagus abalios López-Fernández & Taphorn, 2004: 11, fig. 6 (Venezuela: Apure: Río Cinaruco: Laguna Larga (6.5339°N 67.4150°W). Holotype MCNG 47600)
  5. Geophagus dicrozoster López-Fernández & Taphorn, 2004: 6, fig. 3 (Venezuela: Apure: Río Cinaruco: Laguna Larga (6.5339°N 67.4150°W). Holotype MCNG 40996)
  6. Geophagus winemilleri López-Fernández & Taphorn, 2004: 17, fig. 10 (Venezuela: Amazonas: Río Siapa: Laguna Yocuta (2.1347°N 66.374°W). Holotype MCNG 35486)
  7. Haplochromis ampullarostratus Schraml, 2004: 31, fig. p. 32 (Lake Kachira, Uganda, Lulagala, 0°36.360'S; 31°05.545'E. Holotype ZSM 29758)
  8. Haplochromis commutabilis Schraml, 2004: 36, fig. p. 37 [as '35'] (Lake Kachira, Uganda, Lulagala, 0°36.360'S; 31°05.545'E. Holotype ZSM 29760)
  9. Haplochromis exspectatus Schraml, 2004: 20, fig. p. 20 (Lake Kijanebalola, Uganda, südlich von Rakai, 0° 41.195'S; 31° 24.291' E. Holotype ZSM 29756)
  10. Lamprologus teugelsi Schelly & Stiassny, 2004: 29, fig. 24 (Kinshasa region, 04°06'9S, 15°15'E // 04°20'S, 15°23'E. Holotype AMNH 233611)
  11. Lamprologus tigripictilis Schelly & Stiassny, 2004: 33, fig. 28 (Congo River mainstream a few kilometers northeast of Kinganga, 5°16'S, 13°47'E. Holotype AMNH 23360)
  12. Nannacara quadrispinae Staeck & Schindler, 2004: 156, fig. 1 (Venezuela, Estado Monagas, río Amana, a tributary of río Guanipa. Holotype MTD F 27890)
  13. Ptychochromoides itasy Sparks, 2004: 4, fig. 2 (Madagascar. Holotype UMMZ 243393)

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