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Cypriniformes Reports and Literature

Alberdi, M., Doadrio, I., Garcíal del Cura, M. 1981. Paleoecología del yacimiento del neógeno continental de los valles de Fuentidueña (Segovia). Fundación Juan March. 58pp.

Barrachina, P.; Suñer, C. & I. Doadrio. 1989. Notas sobre la presencia de Anaecypris hispanica en la cuenca del Guadalquivir. Doñana, Acta Vertebrata . 18: 110- 112            .

Berrebi, P., Kraiem, M. M., Doadrio, I., el Gharbi, S. & G. Cattaneo-Berrebi.1995. Ecological and genetic fifferentiation of Barbus callensis populations (Teleostei Cyprinidae) in Tunisia. Journal of Fish Biology  47: 850- 864.

Berrebi, P., M. Kottelat, P. Skelton & P. Ráb. 1996. Systematics of Barbus: state of the art and heuristic comments. Folia Zoologica 45 (Suppl. 1): 5-12.

Berendzen, P.B., A.M. Simons, and R.M. Wood.  2003.  Phylogeography of the northern hogsucker, Hypentelium nigricans(Teleostei:  Cypriniformes):  genetic evidence for the existence of the ancient Teays River. Journal of Biogeography, 30, 1139-1152.

Bird NC, Mabee PM. 2003. The developmental morphology of the axial skeleton of the zebrafish, Danio rerio (Ostariophysi: Cyprinidae). Dev Dyn 228:337-357.

Bohlen, J. 1995: Laboratory studies on the reproduction of the European Mudminnow, Umbra krameri Walbaum, 1792. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums zu Wien 97 B: 502-507.

Bohlen, J. 1998: Differences in clutch size, egg size and larval pigmentation between Cobitis taenia and C. bilineata (Cobitidae). Italian Journal of Zoology 65, Suppl.: 219-221.

Bohlen, J. 1999: Influence of salinity on early development in the spined loach. Journal of Fish Biology 55: 189-198.

Bohlen, J. 1999: Reproduction of spined loach, Cobitis taenia (Cypriniformes, Cobitidae) under laboratory conditions. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 15: 49-53.

Bohlen, J. 2000: Similarities and differences in the reproductive biology of loaches (Cobitis and Sabanejewia) under laboratory conditions. Folia Zoologica 49 Suppl. 1: 179-186.

Bohlen, J. 2000: Behaviour and microhabitat of early life stages of Cobitis taenia. Folia Zoologica 49 Suppl. 1: 173-178.

Bohlen, J. 2003: Spawning habitat in the spined loach, Cobitis taenia (Cypriniformes; Cobitidae). Ichthyological Research 50: 98-101.

Bohlen, J. 2003: Temperature and oxygen requirements of the endangered spined loach, Cobitis taenia L. (Teleostei, Cobitidae) and implications for the management of natural populations. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 157: 195-212.

Bohlen, J. & P. Ráb 2001: Species and hybrid richness in spined loaches of the genus Cobitis L. (Teleostei: Cobitidae), with a checklist of European forms and suggestions for their conservation. Journal of Fish Biology, 59a: pp. 75-89.

Bohlen, J. & D. Ritterbusch 2000: Which factors affect sex ratio of spined loach (genus Cobitis) in Lake Müggelsee? Environmental Biology of Fishes 59: 347-352.

Bohlen, J., P. Ráb, V. Slechtová, M. Rábová, D. Ritterbusch & J. Freyhof 2002: Hybridogeneous biotypes in spined loaches (genus Cobitis) in Germany with implications for the conservation. In: Collares-Pereira, M. J., Cowx, I. & Coelho, M.M. (eds.): Freshwater Fish Conservation – options for the future. Fishing News Books, Blackwell Science, Oxford: 311-321.

Bohlen, J., V. Slechtová, R. Sanda, L. Kalous, J. Freyhof, J. Vukic & D. Mrdak 2003: Cobitis ohridana and Barbatula zetensis in the River Moraca basin, Montenegro: Distribution, habitat, population structure and conservation needs. Folia Biologica (Krakow) 51 Suppl.: 147-153.

Boschung, H. T., and R. L. Mayden.  (in press).  Freshwater Fishes of Alabama.  Smithsonian Institution Press.

Breil, M. & J. Bohlen 2001: First record of the loach fish Turcinoemacheilus kosswigi in the basin of river Euphrates with first observations on habitat and behaviour. Zoology in the Middle East 23: 71-76.

Burr, B. M., and R. L. Mayden.  1981.  Systematics, distribution and life history notes on Notropis chihuahua (Pisces: Cyprinidae).  Copeia 1981:255-265.

Burr, B. M., and R. L. Mayden.  1982.  Status of the cypress minnow, Hybognathus hayi Jordan, in Illinois.  Chicago Acad. Sci., Nat. Hist. Misc. No. 215: 1-10.

Burr, B. M., and R. L. Mayden.  1992.  Phylogenetics and North American freshwater fishes, p. 18-75.  In: Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes.  R. L. Mayden (ed.).  Stanford University Press.

Burr, B. M., and R. L. Mayden.  1999.  A new species of Cycleptus (Cypriniformes: Catostomidae) from Gulf Slope drainages of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, with a review of distribution, biology and conservation status of the genus.  Bulletin Alabama Museum of Natural History 20:19-57.

Burr, B. M., M. E. Retzer, and R. L. Mayden.  1980.  A reassessment of the distributional status of five Kentucky cyprinids.  Trans. Ky. Acad. Sci. 41(1-2):48-54.

Buth, D. G., and R. L. Mayden.  1981.  Taxonomic status and relationships among populations of Notropis pilsbryi and N. zonatus (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae) as shown by the glucosephosphate isomerase, lactate dehydrogenase and phosphoglucomutase enzyme systems.  Copeia 1981(3):583-590.

Buth, D. G., and R. L. Mayden.  1998.  Allozymic and isozymic variation in Cycleptus elongatus (Catostomidae).  Gene Fam. Isozyme Bull. 31:34.

Buth, D. G., and R. L. Mayden.  2001.  Allozymic and isozymic evidence for polytypy in the North American catostomid genus Cycleptus.  Copeia 2001 (4): 899-906.

Butler, R. S., and R. L. Mayden.  2003.  Cyptic biodiversity. Pages 24-26.  In: US Fish and Wildlife Service Endangered Species Bulletin.  March/April 2003, Vol. XXVIII No. 2.

Cavender, Ted M., and Miles M. Coburn. 1992. Phylogenetic relationships of North American cyprinids. Pp. 293-327. In: Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes. R.L. Mayden (Ed.). Stanford University Press. Stanford, California. 969 p.

Carmona J.A. & I. Doadrio 2000: Thretened fishes of the world: Leuciscus carolitertii Doadrio, 1988 (Cyprinidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes  57: 96- 96.

Carmona, J. A., Sanjur, O., Doadrio, I., Machordom, A. & R. Vrijenhoek. 1997: Hybridogenetic reproduction and maternal ancestry of polyploid Iberian fish: the Tropidophoxinellus alburnoides complex. Genetics.146: 983- 993.

Carmona, J. A., Domínguez, J. & I. Doadrio. 2000: Congruence between allozymes and cytochrome b gene sequence in assessing genetic differentiation within the endemic Chondrostoma lemmingii (Pisces: Cyprinidae). Heredity  84: 721- 732.

Chang, M. M. and Chow, C. C. 1986. Stratigraphic and geographic distribution of the Late Mesozoic and Cenozoic Fishes of China. In: Uyeno, T., Arai, R.,Taniuchi, T. et al., (eds.): Indo-Pacific Fish Biology: 523-539. Ichthyological Soc. of Japan, Tokyo.

Chang, M. M., Y. Y. Chen and H. W. Tong. 1996. A new Miocene Xenocyprinine (Cyprinidae) from Heilongjiang Province, Northeast China and succession of Late Cenozoic fish faunas of East Asia. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 34:165-183. [Chinese 165-176; English 176-183]

Chang, M M, Chen Y. Y. 2000, Late Mesozoic and Tertiary ichthyofaunas from China and some puzzling patterns of distribution. Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 38 (3): 161-175. (In English with Chinese summary)

Chang M M, Miao D S, Chen Y Y, Zhou J J, Chen P F. 2001. Suckers (Fish, Catostomidae) from the Eocene of China account for the family's current disjunct distributions. Science in China, 31: 577-586.

Chu X.-L. & M. Kottelat. 1989. Paraspinibarbus, a new genus of cyprinid fishes from the Red River Basin. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology 36 (1): 1-5, 2 figs.

Clements, M.D., H.L. Bart, Jr. and D.L. Hurley. 2004. Isolation and characterization of two distinct Growth Hormone cDNAs from the tetraploid smallmouth buffalofish (Ictiobus bubalus)", General and Comparative Endocrinology 136: 411-418.

Coburn, Miles M. 1986. Egg diameter variation in Eastern North American minnows (Pisces: Cyprinidae): Correlation with vertebral number, habitat, and spawning behavior. Ohio J. Sci. 86:110-120.

Coburn, Miles M., and Ted M. Cavender. 1992. Interrelationships of North American cyprinid fishes. Pp. 323-378 In: Systematics, Historical Ecology, and North American Freshwater Fishes. R.L. Mayden (Ed.). Stanford University Press. Stanford, California. 969 p.

Coburn, M. M., and L. M. Futey. 1996. The ontogeny of supraneurals and neural arches in the cypriniform Weberian apparatus (Teleostei, Ostariophysi). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (London). 116:333-346.

Cross, F. B., R. L. Mayden, and J. D. Stewart.  1986.  Fishes of Western Mississippi drainages, pp. 363-412.  In: C. H. Hocutt and E. O. Wiley (eds.).  Zoogeography of North American Freshwater Fishes.  Wiley Interscience, New York.

Crotwell PL, Clark TG, Mabee PM. 2001. Gdf5 is expressed in the developing skeleton of median fins of late-stage zebrafish, Danio rerio. Dev Genes Evol 211:555-558.

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