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Page, L. M. An overview of the NSF- funded All Cypriniformes Species Inventory, an International Project

Mayden, R. L. The evolution of the classification of the Order Cypriniformes since the dawn of Phylogenetic Systematics

Kenji Saitoh, Tetsuya Sado, Mutsumi Nishida, Richard L Mayden, Masaki Miya

A single comprehensive mitogenomic phylogeny of Cypriniformes

Tan, M. Body size evolution and diversification of Cypriniformes

Armbruster, J. W. The Cypriniform African Invasion

Bart, H. L., Jr. Phylogeography of co-distributed clades of Kenyan cyprinid fishes

Hayes, M. Morphology and Morphometrics of African ‘Barbus

Otero, O.: When and where fossils enlighten cyprinid dispersion path and timing

Zhao, Y. Beauty under Ground: Cavefishes in China

Musikasinthorn, P. Discovery of an undescribed species of loach of the family Nemacheilidae with remarkable food habit from Myanmar

Vidthayanon C. Biodiversity Indicator developing and monitoring in the Mekong Countries

Grudpan, C. Cypriniformes: The symbolic fishes for the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB)

Murray, A., Univ. Alberta: Fossil cypriniforms from probable Eocene deposits of the Ombilin Basin, Sumatra, Indonesia

Ren, Q., L. Yang, C.-H. Chang, and R. L. Mayden. Molecular phylogenetic and morphological analyses of Asian barbs in the Puntius (sensu lato) complex (Teleostei: Cypriniformes)

Randall, Z. S. and L. M. Page. Systematics of balitorid loaches: A revision of Homalopteroides (Balitoridae)

Boyd, D. A. and L. M. Page. Acantopsis, a diverse and ignored genus of loaches (Cobitidae)

Ciccotto, P. J. and L. M. Page. Variation in the Asian cyprinid genera Crossocheilus and Lobochilos

Thoni, R. Garra of Bhutan: An introduction to the diversity, taxonomy, and ecology of Bhutan’s most speciose genus

Yang, L. and R. L. Mayden. Nuclear gene cloning, polyploid evolution and the subdivision of the subfamily Cyprininae

Stout, C. Leuciscine phylogeography

Schonhuth, S. Phylogeny, Genetic Diversity and Phylogeographic Perspective on the Endemic Mexican Genus Codoma (Teleostei, Cyprinidae)

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This is the primary page opening to two very large research initiatives on Cypriniformes fishes: the All Cypriniformes Species Inventory (ACSI-2), funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation DEB-1022720 (Dr. Lawrence M. Page, University of Florida), DEB-1023403 (Dr. Jonathan Armbruster, Auburn University), and DEB-1021840 (Dr. Richard L. Mayden, Saint Louis University )and The Cypriniformes Tree of Life (CToL), funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation EF-0431326 (Drs. R. L. Mayden, R. M. Wood, and N. Aspinwall). You can learn more about both of these international-scale studies using the links available on this site.