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Scientific publications dealing with cichlids and new cichlid taxa 1999

Publications 1999

  1. Albertson, R. C., J. A. Markert, P. D. Danley & T. D. Kocher. 1999. Phylogeny of a rapidly evolving clade: The cichlid fishes of Lake Malawi, East Africa. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 96: 5107-5110. Full article in pdf format from PNAS
  2. Bergleiter, S. 1999. Zur ökologischen Struktur einer zentralamazonischen FischZönose. Ethologische und morphologische Befunde zur Ressourceinteilung. Zoologica, 149: 191 pp.
  3. Booton, G.C., L. Kaufman, M. Chandler, R. Oguto-Ohwayo, W. Duan & P. A. Fuerst. 1999. Evolution of the ribosomal RNA Internal Transcribed Spacer One (ITS-1) in cichlid fishes of the Lake Victoria region. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 11: 273-282.
  4. Bouton, N. 1999. Jaws. On the feeding ecology of rock-dwelling cichlid fishes from Lake Victoria. PhD dissertation, Universiteit, Leiden.
  5. Brick, O. 1999. A test of the sequential assessment game: the effect of increased cost of sampling. Behaviioral Ecology 10: 726-732.
  6. Britski, H.A., K.Z. de S. de Silimon & B.S. Lopes. 1999. Peixes do Pantanal. Manual de identificação. Embrapa, Brasilia, 184 pp.
  7. Dankawa, H.R., E.K. Abban & G.G. Teugels. 1999. Freshwater fishes of Ghana: identification, distribution, ecological and economic importance. Musée Royal de l'Afrique Centrale, Annales, Sciences Zoologiques, 283: 1-53.
  8. Farias, I.P., G. Ortí, I. Sampaio, H. Schneider & A. Meyer. 1999. Mitochondrial DNA phylogeny of the family Cichlidae: monophyly and fast molecular evolution of the Neotropical assemblage. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 48: 703-711. Full article from University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  9. Fuller, P.M., L.G. Nico & J.D. Williams. 1999. Nonindigenous fishes introduced into inland waters of the United States. American Fisheries Society, Special Publication 27, Bethesda, Maryland.
  10. Gamboa-Pérez, H.C. & J.J. Schmitter-Soto. 1999. Distribution of cichlid fishes in Lake Bacalar, Yucatan Peninsula. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 54: 35-43.
  11. Hanssens, M., J. Snoeks & E. Verheyen. 1999. A morphometric revision of the genus Ophthalmotilapia (Teleostei, Cichlidae) from Lake Tanganyika (East Africa). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 125: 487-512.
  12. Hartz, S.M., A.C. Peret & G. Barbieri. 1999. Reproduction of Gymnogeophagus lacustris, a cichlid endemic to southern Brazil. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 10: 247-253.
  13. Jayaram, K.C. 1999. The fresh water fishes of the Indian region. Narendra Publishing House, Delhi.
  14. Jepsen, D.B., K.O. Winemiller, D.C. Taphorn & D. Rodriguez Olarte. 1999. Age structure and growth of peacock cichlids from rivers and reservoirs of Venezuela. Journal of Fish Biology, 55: 433-450.
  15. Konings, A. 1999. Descriptions of three new Copadichromis species (Labroidei; Cichlidae) from Lake Malawi, Africa. Tropical Fish Hobbyist, 47 (9): 62-64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74, 76-77, 82, 84.
  16. Kullander, S.O. 1999. Fish species - how and why. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 9:325-352.
  17. Lamboj, A. 1999. Zur Cichlidenfauna des Biosphärenreservats von Dimonika (Mayombe, Kongo), mit Beschreibung zweier neuer Chromidotilapia-Arten (Teleostei, Perciformes). Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ichthyologie, 1: 139-156.
  18. Maldonado-Ocampo, J.A. & S. Prada Pedreros. 1999. Hábitos alimentarios en los peces Catroprion mento y Papiliochromis ramirezi de un estero del municipio de Puerto López, en la Orinoquia Colombiana. Dahlia, Revista de la Asociación Colombiana de Ictiologos, 3: 3-16.
  19. Murray, A.M. & K.M. Stewart. 1999. A new species of tilapiine cichlid from the Pliocene, Middle Awash, Ethiopia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 19: 293-301.
  20. Nico, L.G. & P.M. Fuller. 1999. Spatial and temporal patterns of nonindigenous fish introductions in the United States. Fisheries, 24 (1), 16-27.
  21. Ochi, H. & Y. Yanagisawa. 1999. Sand-transfer behavior outside the nest by guarding parents of the Tanganyikan cichlid, Neolamprologus caudopunctatus. Ichthyological Research, 46: 419-422.
  22. Paepke, H.-J. 1999. Bloch's fish collection in the Museum für Naturkunde der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. A.R.G. Gantner Verlag KG, Ruggell, Lichtenstein (Theses Zoologicae, Volume 32), 216 pp.
  23. Rüber, L., E. Verheyen & A. Meyer. 1999. Replicated evolution of trophic specializations in an endemic cichlid fish lineage from Lake tanganyika. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 96: 10230-10235.
  24. Schmitter-Soto, J.J. 1999. Distribution of continental fishes in northern Quintana Roo, Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 44: 166-172.
  25. Seegers, L. R. Sonnenberg & R. Yamamoto. 1999. Molecular analysis of the Alcolapia flock from lakes Natron and Magadi, Tanzania and Kenya (Teleostei: Cichlidae), and implications for their systematics and evolution. Ichthyological Exploration of freshwaters, 10: 175-199.
  26. Seegers, L. & H. Tichy. 1999. The Oreochromis alcalicus flock (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from lakes Natron and Magadi, Tanzania and Kenya, with descriptions of two new species. Ichthyological Exploration of freshwaters, 10: 97-146.
  27. Seehausen, O., J.J.M. Van Alphen & F. Witte. 1999. Can ancient colour polymorphisms explain why some cichlid lineages speciate rapidly under disruptive sexual selection? Belgian Journal of Zoology, 129: 43-60
  28. Sparks, J.S. & P.N. Reinthal. 1999. Paretroplus maromandia, a new cichlid fish from the northwest of Madagascar. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, the University of Michigan, (727): 1-18.
  29. Stauffer, Jr., J.R., E.A. Hale & R. Seltzer. 1999. Hunting strategies of a Lake Malawi cichlid with reverse countershading. Copeia, 1999: 1108-1111.
  30. Sverlij, S.B., R.L. Delfino S., H.L. López & A. Espinach Rios. 1999. Peces del río Uruguay. Comisión Administradora del Río Uruguay, 89 pp.
  31. Takahashi, T. & K. Nakaya. 1999. New species of Haplotaxodon (Perciformes: Cichlidae) from Lake Tanganyika, Africa. Copeia, 1999: 101-106.
  32. Tekriwal, K.L & A.A. Rao. 1999. Ornamental aquarium fish of India. Kingdom Books, Waterlooville, 144 pp.
  33. Tichy, H. & L. Seegers. 1999. The Oreochromis alcalicus flock (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from lakes Natron and Magadi, Tanzania and Kenya: a model for the evolution of "new" species flocks in historical times? Ichthyological Exploration of freshwaters, 10: 147-174.
  34. Witte, F., P.C. Goudswaard, E.F.B. Katunzi, O.C. Mkumbo, O. Seehausen & J.H. Wanink. 1999. Lake Victoria's ecological changes and their relationships with the riparian societies. Pp. 189-202 in H. Kawanabe, G.W. Coulter & A.C. Roosevelt (eds), Ancient lakes: their cultural and biological diversity, Kenobi Productions, Ghent.


New taxa 1999

  1. Chromidotilapia elongata Lamboj, 1999: 147, fig. 2 (Congo, Mpoulou. Holotype MRAC 91-68-P-2391)
  2. Chromidotilapia mamonekenei Lamboj, 1999: 151, fig. 4 (Congo, Loubomo. Holotype AMNH 227331)
  3. Copadichromis geertsi Konings, 1999: 70, fig. p. 68 (Gome, Malawi, (S 13° 30.445", E 34° 52.003". Holotype MRAC 99-07-P-13)
  4. Copadichromis ilesi Konings, 1999: 74, fig. p. 74 (Gome, Malawi, (S 13° 30.445", E 34° 52.003". Holotype MRAC 99-07-P-17)
  5. Copadichromis trewavasae Konings, 1999: 64, fig. p. 62 (Likoma Island (Membe Point). Holotype MRAC 99-07-P-1)
  6. Haplotaxodon trifasciatus Takahashi & Nakaya, 1999: 101, fig. 2 (Nkumbula Island, Zambia. Holotype HUMZ 123129)
  7. Oreochromis (Alcolapia) ndalalani Seegers & Tichy, 1999: 121, fig. 16 (Tanzania: Lake Natron: Olomotony, spring-fed creek, southern affluent of Southern Lagoon, north of Ol Donyo Lengai volcano, 3.7 km NE of Engare Sero River, Ndalalani, from the bridge on track from Arusha or Manyara to Engare Sero Village or Loliondo; 2°35'55"S 35°54'42"E. Holotype ZMB 32.883)
  8. Oreochromis (Alcolapia) latilabris Seegers & Tichy, 1999: 128, fig. 24 (Tanzania: Lake Natron: Olomotony, spring-fed creek, southern affluent of Southern Lagoon, north of Ol Donyo Lengai volcano, 3.7 km NE of Engare Sero River, Ndalalani, from the bridge on track from Arusha or Manyara to Engare Sero Village or Loliondo; 2°35'55"S 35°54'42"E. Holotype ZMB 32.888)
  9. Oreochromis (Oreochromis) harrisae Murray & Stewart, 1999: 296, fig. 6 (Beidareem Member, Sagantole Formation, Middle Awash, Ethiopia, Site SAG-VP-9. Holotype National Museum of Ethiopia, SAG-VP-09/007)
  10. Paretroplus maromandia Sparks & Reinthal, 1999: 5, fig. 1 (Madagascar, Region of Maromandia, Antahala Province, Maintsomalaza River [...], immediately south of the village of Maromandia (S: 14°12", E: 48°04"). Holotype UMMZ 234790)