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Cypriniformes Reports and Literature

Li, S. Z. & F. Fang. 1990. On the geographical distribution of the four pond-cultured carps in China. Acta Zool. Sin. 36(3): 244-250.

Lim, K. K. P., P. K. L. Ng, M. Kottelat & M. Zakaria-Ismail. 1993. A preliminary working list of native freshwater fishes of Peninsular Malaysia. Asian Wetland Bureau Publication 94: 1-10.

Liu, H., Tzeng, C. and Teng, H. 2002. Sequence variations in the mitochondrial DNA control region and their implications for the phylogeny of the Cypriniformes. Can. J. Zool., 80: 569-581.

Liu, H. 2002. Mitochondrial DNA Sequence variations and systematics of the genus Distoechodon (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Journal of Applied Ichthyology. 18: 181-184.

Liu, H and Y. 2003 Chen Phylogeny of the East Asian cyprinids inferred from sequences of the mitochondrial DNA control region. J. can. Zool. 81: 1938-1946.

Lobón, J. & I. Doadrio.1981: Sobre la presencia de Telestes soufia y Leuciscus leuciscus en la Península Ibérica. Doñana, Acta Vertebrata . 8: 294- 296.

Ludwig, A, J. Becker & J. Bohlen 2000: Small differences in cytochrome b sequences within the genus Sabanejewia. Folia Zoologica 49 Suppl. 1: 85-90.

Ludwig, A., J. Bohlen, C. Wolter & C. Pitra 2001: Phylogenetic relationships and historical biogeography of spined loaches (Cobitidae, Cobitis and Sabanejewia) as indicated by variability of mitochondrial DNA. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 131 (3): 381-392.

Lundberg, J. G., M. Kottelat, G. R. Smith, M. L. J. Stiassny & A. C. Gill. 2000. So many fishes, so little time: an overview of recent ichthyological discovery in continental waters. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 87 (1): 26-62, 27 figs.

Mabee PM, Olmstead KL, Cubbage CC. 2000. An experimental study of intraspecific variation, developmental timing and heterochrony in fishes. Evolution 54:2091-2106.

Mabee PM, Crotwell PL, Burke AC, Bird NC. 2002. Evolution of median fin modules in the axial skeleton of fishes. Journal of Experimental Biology: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 294:77-90.

Machordom, A. & I. Doadrio.1993: Phylogenie et taxonimie des barbeaux nord-africanes. Cahiers d´Ethologie 13 (2): 218- 218.

Machordom, A. & I. Doadrio. 2001: Evidence of a Cenozoic Betic-Kabilian connection based on freshwater fish phylogeography (Luciobarbus, Cyprinidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 18(2): 252- 263.

Machordom, A. & I. Doadrio. 2001: Evolutionary history and speciation modes in the cyprinid genus Barbus. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B  268: 129- 136.

Machado, M.D., D.C. Heins, and H.L. Bart, Jr. 2002. Microgeographic variaion in ovum size of the blacktail shiner, Cyprinella venusta Girard, in relation to streamflow. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 11:11-19.

Machordom, A., Berrebi, P. & I. Doadrio. 1990: Spanish barbel hibridization detected using enzymatic markers: Barbus meridionalis Risso X Barbus haasi Mertens (Osteichthyes: Cyprinidae.) Aquatic Living Resources 3: 295- 303.

Machordom, A., Bouhadad, R. & I. Doadrio. 1998: Allozyme variation and evolutionary history of North African populations of the genus Barbus (Osteichthyes, Cyprinidae). Diversity and Distributions: 217- 234.

Machordom, A., Doadrio, I. & P. Berrebi. 1995: Phylogeny and evolution of the genus Barbus (Osteichthyes, Cyprinidae) in the Iberian Peninsula as revealed by allozyme electrophoresis. Journal of Fish Biology  47: 211- 236.

Matson, R. H., R. L. Mayden, and B. R. Kuhajda.  1989.  Allozyme differentiation in the rainbow shiner, Notropis chrosomus.  Isozyme Bull. 22:73.

Matsuda M, Satioh K. 1989. Karyotype of a Japanese cyprinid fish, Aphyocypris chinensis. Ann Rep Biwako Bunkakan 7:21-23.

Mayden, R. L.  1985.  Biogeography of Ouachita Highland fishes.  The Southwest. Nat. 30(2):195-211.

Mayden, R. L.  1986.  Speciose and depauperate phylads and tests of punctuated and gradual evolution: Fact or artifact?  Systematic Zoology 35(4):591-602.

Mayden, R. L.  1987.  Pleistocene glaciation and historical biogeography of North American highland fishes.  Kansas Geological Survey, Lawrence, Kansas Guidebook No. 5:141-152.

Mayden, R. L.  1987.  Historical ecology and North American highland fishes:  A research program in community ecology, p. 210-222.  In: W. J. Matthews and D. C. Heins (eds.).  Community and Evolutionary Ecology of North American Stream Fishes.  University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Mayden, R. L.  1987.  Identification of Moniana tristis Girard (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae).  Copeia 1987(3):790-792.

Mayden, R. L.  1987.  Faunal exchange between the Niobrara and White river systems of the Great Plains of North America.  Prairie Naturalist 19(3): 173-176.

Mayden, R. L.  1988. Systematics of the Notropis zonatus species group, with description of a new species from the Interior Highlands of North America. Copeia 1988(1):153-173.

Mayden, R. L.  1988.  Vicariance biogeography, parsimony, and evolution in North American freshwater fishes.  Syst. Zool. 37(4):331-357.

Mayden, R. L.  1989.  Phylogenetic studies of North American minnows, with emphasis on the genus Cyprinella (Teleostei: Cypriniformes).  Misc. Publ. Mus. Nat. Hist., Univ. Kansas No. 80.  189 pp.

Mayden, R. L.  1991.  New World Cyprinids, p. 240-263.  In: Biology of Cyprinids.  I. J. Winfield and J. S. Nelson (eds.).  Chapman and Hall Ltd., London.

Mayden, R. L.  1992.  An emerging revolution in comparative biology and the evolution of North American freshwater fishes, p. 864-890.  In: Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes.  R. L. Mayden (ed.).  Stanford University Press.

Mayden, R. L.  1997.  A hierarchy of species concepts: the denouement in the saga of the species problem, p. 381-424.  In: Species: The Units of Biodiversity. Claridge, M.F., Dawah, H.A. and Wilson, M.R. (eds). Chapman and Hall Ltd., London. ISBN 0412631202

Mayden, R. L.  1999.  Consilience and a hierarchy of species concepts: Advances towards closure on the species puzzle.  Journal of Nematology 31:95-116

Mayden, R. L. 2002.  On biological species, species concepts, and individuation in the natural world.  Fish and Fisheries.  2:1-26.

Mayden, R. L. 2002.  Phylogenetic relationships of the enigmatic ornate shiner, Cyprinella ornata , a species endemic to Mexico (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 12:327-337.

Mayden, R. L., and C. R. Gilbert.  1989.  Notropis ludibundus (Girard) and Notropis tristis (Girard), replacement names for N. stramineus (Cope) and N. topeka (Gilbert) (Teleostei: Cypriniformes).  Copeia 1989(4):1084-1089.

Mayden, R. L., and D. M. Hillis.  1990.  Natural history and systematics of the largemouth shiner, Cyprinella bocagrande (Teleostei: Cypriniformes), with comments on conservation status.  Copeia 1990(4):1004-1011.

Mayden, R. L., and B. R. Kuhajda.  1989.  Systematics of Notropis cahabae, a new cyprinid fish endemic to the Cahaba River of the Mobile Basin.  Bull. Alabama Museum of Natural History No. 9. 16 pp.

Mayden, R. L., and R. H. Matson.  1992.  Systematics and biogeography of the Tennessee shiner, Notropis leuciodus (Cope) (Teleostei: Cyprinidae).  Copeia 1992(4):954-968.

Mayden, R. L., and W. J. Matthews.  1989.  Zoogeographic implications of Luxilus cardinalis (Cyprinidae) and Etheostoma radiosum (Percidae) in the Washita River System, Oklahoma.  The Southwest. Nat. 34(3):415-416.

Mayden, R. L., and A. M. Simons.  2002.  Crevices pawning behavior in Dionda dichroma, with comments on the evolution of spawning modes in North American shiners (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 12: 327–337.

Mayden, R. L., and E. O. Wiley.  1992.  The fundamentals of phylogenetic systematics, p. 114-185.  In: Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes.  R. L. Mayden (ed.).  Stanford University Press.

Mayden, R. L., and R. M. Wood.  1995.  Systematics, species concepts, and the evolutionarily signficant unit in biodiversity and conservation biology.  Special Publication, American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.  (No. 17: 58-113).

Mayden, R. L., B. M. Burr, L. M. Page, and R. R. Miller.  1992.  The native freshwater fishes of North America, p. 827-863.  In: Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes.  R. L. Mayden (ed.).  Stanford University Press.

Mayden, R. L., R. H. Matson, and D. M. Hillis.  1992.  Speciation in the North American genus Dionda (Teleostei: Cypriniformes), p. 710-746.  In: Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes.  R. L. Mayden (ed.).  Stanford University Press.

Mayden, R. L., W. J. Rainboth, and D. G. Buth.  1991.  Phylogenetic systematics of the cyprinid genera Mylopharodon and Ptychocheilus: comparative morphometry.  Copeia 1991(3):819-834.

Mina, M. V. & Golubtsov, A. S. 1995.  Faunas of isolated regions as principal units in the conservation of freshwater fishes. Pages 145-148 in J.L. Nielsen, editor. Evolution and the aquatic ecosystem: defining unique units in population conservation. American Fisheries Society Symposium, 17, Bethesda, Maryland.

Minckley, W. L., D. G. Buth, and R. L. Mayden.  1989.  Allozyme variation in hatchery stock of bonytail (Gila elegans), an endangered North American cyprinid fish.  Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 118:131-137.

Miya, M. and M. Nishida.  2000.  Use of mitogenomic information in teleostean molecular phylogenetics: A tree-based exploration under the maximum-parsimony optimality criterion.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 17 (3): 437–455.

Miya, M., A. Kawaguchi and M. Nishida.  2001.  Mitogenomic exploration of higher teleostean phylogenies: A case study for moderate-scale evolutionary genomics with 38 newly-determined complete mitochondrial DNA sequences.  Molecular Biology and Evolution, 18 (11): 1993–2009.

Miya, M., H. Takeshima, H. Endo, N. B. Ishiguro, J. G. Inoue, T. Mukai, T. P. Satoh, M. Yamaguchi, A. Kawaguchi, K. Mabuchi, S. M. Shirai, and M. Nishida.  2003.  Major patterns of higher teleostean phylogenies: A new perspective based on 100 complete mitochondrial DNA sequences.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 26 (1): 121–138.

Ng H. H. & M. Kottelat. Amblyrhynchichthys micracanthus, a new species of cyprinid fish from Indochina (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae). Revue Suisse de Zoologie 14 ms. pp., 4 figs.

Perdices, A. & I. Doadrio.1992. Presence of the Asiatic cyprinid Pseudorasbora parva (Schlegel, 1842) in North Africa. Miscellania Zoologica  16: 236- 237.

Perdices, A. & I. Doadrio. 1997. Threatened fishes of the world: Cobitis paludica (De Buen, 1930) (Cobitidae). Envirnonmental Bijology of Fishes  49: 360.

Perdices, A. & I. Doadrio. 1998. Threatened fishes of the world: Cobitis calderioni Bacescu, 1961 (Cobitidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes. 50: 148.

Perdices, A. & I. Doadrio. 1998. Threatened fishes of the world: Barbus comiza Steindachner, 1865 (Cyprinidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes, 51: 52.

Perdices, A & I. Doadrio. 2000. Systematics and phylogenetic relationships of the European cobitids inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution  1119: 51- 67.

Perdices, A & I. Doadrio. 2000. Diversification patterns in Cobitis calderoni (Osteichthyes: Cobitidae) and relationships with some Cobitis lineages. Folia Zoologica 49 (1): 45- 54.

Perdices, A., I. Doadrio, P.S. Economidis, J. Bohlen & P. Banarescu 2003. Pleistocene effects on the European freshwater fish fauna: double origin of the cobitid genus Sabanejewia in the Danube basin (Osteichthyes: Cobitidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 26: 289-299.

Perdices, A., Doadrio, I., Economidis P. S., Bohlen, J. & P. Banarescu. 2003: Pleistocene effects on the European freshwater fish fauna: double origin of the cobitid genus Sabanejewia in the Danube basin (Osteichyes: Cobitidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 26: 289- 299.

Perdices, A., Machordom, A. & I. Doadrio. 1995. Allozyme variation of African and Iberian populations of the genus Cobitis L., 1758 (Osteichthyes, Cobitidae). Journal of Fish Biology  47: 707- 718.

Pethiyagoda, R. & M. Kottelat. 1994. Three new species of fishes of the genera Osteochilichthys (Cyprinidae), Travancoria (Balitoridae) and Horabagrus (Bagridae) from the Chalakudy River, Kerala, India. Journal of South Asian Natural History 1 (1): 97-116, 17 figs.

Pham D. T. & M. Kottelat. 2001. Translation of selected parts of Mai D. Y. (1978), Identification of the freshwater fishes of northern Vietnam. Pp. 74-112 in M. Kottelat, Freshwater fishes of northern Vietnam. Environment and Social Development Unit, East Asia and Pacific Region, World Bank, Washington.

Piller, K.R., H.L. Bart, Jr. and J.A. Tipton. 2003. Spawning of the black buffalo, Ictiobus niger (Cypriniformes: Catostomidae). Ichthyological Explorations of Freshwaters 14:145-150.

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