cichlid fish


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cichlid fish

a group of TELEOST fish that carry the young in the mouth.
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Untangling the evolutionary history of a highly polymorphic species: introgressive hybridization and high genetic structure in the desert cichlid fish Herichtys minckleyi.
Eco-morphological differentiation in Lake Magadi tilapia, an extremophile cichlid fish living in hot, alkaline and hypersaline lakes in east Africa.
What happens if such a territorial cichlid fish is castrated?
Variation, life colors, and ecology of Cichlasoma callolepis, a cichlid fish from southern Mexico, with a discussion of the Thorichthys species group.
They found that the cichlid fish Telmatochromis temporalis shows two genetically distinct ecomorphs (local varieties of a species whose appearance is determined by its ecological environment), that strongly differ in body size and the habitat in which they live.
Seehausen, "African cichlid fish: a model system in adaptive radiation research," Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol.
On the evolutionary pathway of parental care in mouth-brooding cichlid fish. Proc.
I swim above cichlid fish with the iridescence of peacock feathers - the lake contains more freshwater fish species than America and Europe combined - and kayak into coves as fish eagles throw back their heads and cry from the cliffs above.