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Sven O Kullander


Recent scientific publications dealing with cichlid fishes

Aquarium journal articles containing new names also included, but indicated by an asterisk (*)

Publications 2006

  1. Chakrabarty, P. 2006. Taxonomic status of the Hispaniolan Cichlidae. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, 737: 1-17.
  2. Schelly, R., W. Salzburger, S. Koblmüller, N. Duftner and C. Sturmbauer. 2006. Phylogenetic relationships of the lamprologine cichlid genus Lepidiolamprologus (Teleostei: Perciformes) based on mitochondrial and nuclear sequences, suggesting introgressive hybridization. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 38: 426-438.


Publications 2005

  1. Aibara, M., T. Takahashi and K. Nakaya. 2005. Neolamprologus cancellatus, a new cichlid fish from Lake Tanganyika, Africa. Ichthyological Research, 52: 354-359.
  2. Chakrabarty, P. 2005. Testing conjectures about morphological diversity in cichlids of Lakes Malawi and Tanganyika. Copeia, 2005: 359-373.
  3. Douglas, M.R., P.C. Brunner and M.E. Douglas. 2005. Evolutionary homoplasy among species flocks of Central Alpine Coregonus (Teleostei: Salmoniformes). Copeia 2005: 347-358.
  4. Duftner, N., S. Koblm¨ller and C. Sturmbauer. 2005. Evolutionary relationships of the Limnochromini, a tribe of benthic deepwater cichlid fish endemic to Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 60: 277-289.
  5. Greven, H., D. Hagemann and G. Clemen. 2005. The dentition of three carnivorous cichlid species (tribe Lamprologini) from Lake Tanganyika: a SEM-study. Zeitschrift fr Fischkunde, 7: 137-154.
  6. Hulsey, C.D. and F.J. García de León. 2005. Cichlid jaw mechanics: linking morphology to feeding specialization. Functional Ecology, 19: 478-494.
  7. Hulsey, C.D., D. A. Hendrickson and F. J. García de León. 2005. Trophic morphology, feeding performance and prey use in the polymorphic fish Herichthys minckleyi. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 7: 303-324.
  8. Joyce, D. A., D. H. Lunt, R. Bills, G. F. Turner, C. Katongo, N. Duftner, C. Sturmbauer and O. Seehausen. 2005. An extant cichlid fish radiation emerged in an extinct Pleistocene lake. Nature, 435: 90-95.
  9. Koblmüller, S., N. Duftner, C. Katongo, H. Phiri and C. Sturmbauer. 2005. Ancient divergence in bathypelagic Lake Tanganyika deepwater cichlids: mitochondrial phylogeny of the tribe Bathybatini. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 60: 297-314.
  10. Kullander, S.O. and E.J.G. Ferreira. 2005. Two new species of Apistogramma Regan (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from the rio Trombetas, Pará State, Brazil. Neotropical Ichthyology, 3: 361-371.
  11. Lamboj, A. 2005. Nanochromis sabinae, a new cichlid species (Teleostei, Cichlidae) from the Upper Congo River area and Northeast Gabon. Zootaxa, 827: 1-11.
  12. Loiselle, P.V. 2005. Fishes of the fresh waters of Nosy Be, Madagascar, with notes on their distribution and natural history. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 16: 29-46.
  13. López-Fernández, H., R.L. Honeycutt, M.L.J. Stiassny, and K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Morphology, molecules, and character congruence in the phylogeny of South American geophagine cichlids (Perciformes, Labroidei). Zoologica Scripta, 34: 627-651.
  14. Marescalchi, O. 2005. Karyotype and mitochondrial 16S gene characterizations in seven South American Cichlasomatini species (Perciformes, Cichlidae). Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 43: 22-28.
  15. Meijide, F.J., F.L. Lo Nostro and G. A. Guerrero. 2005. Gonadal development and sex differentiation in the cichlid fish Cichlasoma dimerus (Teleostei, Perciformes): a light- and electron-microscopic study. Journal of Morphology, 264: 191-210.
  16. Oldfield, R.G. 2005. Genetic, abiotic and social influences on sex differentiation in cichlid fishes and the evolution of sequential hermaphroditism. Fish and Fisheries, 6: 93-110.
  17. Römer, U. and W. Beisenherz. 2005. Intra- and interspecific mate choice of female Apistogramma cacatuoides (Teleostei: Cichlidae). Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 16: 339-345.
  18. Stauffer, J.R., K.A. Kellogg and K.R. McKaye. 2005. Experimental evidence of female choice in Lake Malawi cichlids. Copeia, 2005: 657-660.
  19. Teixeira, A.S. and S. S. Oliveira. 2005. Evidence for a natural hybrid of peacock bass (Cichla monoculus vs Cichla temensis) based on esterase electrophoretic patterns. Genetics and Molecular Research 4: 74-83.
  20. Tobler, M. 2005. Feigning death in the Central American cichlid Parachromis friedrichsthalii. Journal of Fish Biology, 66 877-881.
  21. Watkins, G., W. Saul, E. Holm, C. Watson, D. Arjoon and J. Bicknell. 2005. The fish fauna of the Iwokrama Forest. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 154: 39-53.


New taxa 2006



New taxa 2005

  1. Apistogramma angayuara Kullander and Ferreira, 2005: 362, fig. 1 (Brazil, Estado do Par, rio Trombetas right bank, stagnant pool with sand, rock and dry leaves, below ccachoeira Vira Mundo. Holotype INPA 24058)
  2. Apistogramma salpinction Kullander and Ferreira, 2005: 362, fig. 5 (Brazil, Estado do Par, rio Trombetas drainage, swamp at Km 70 on margin of BR-163. Holotype INPA 24507)
  3. Nanochromis sabinae Lamboj, 2005: 2, fig. 1 (Congo, (Brazzaville): Loubi River, tributary of the Likoula River (Congo system), SW of Makoua, nearby the village of Lengui; 0° 0' S, 15° 38'E. Holotype NMW 94839)
  4. Neolamprologus cancellatus Aibara et al., 2005: 355, fig. 2 (Wonzye Point, Zambia, 2 m depth. Holotype HUMZ 174278)