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Phylogenomics of trophically diverse cichlids disentangles processes driving adaptive radiation and repeated trophic transitions

Phylogenomics of trophically diverse cichlids disentangles processes driving adaptive radiation and repeated trophic transitions

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SINGH, Pooja, Iker IRISARRI, Julian TORRES-DOWDALL, Gerhard G. THALLINGER, Hannes SVARDAL, Emily Moriarty LEMMON, Alan R. LEMMON, Stephan KOBLMÜLLER, Axel MEYER, Christian STURMBAUER, 2022. Phylogenomics of trophically diverse cichlids disentangles processes driving adaptive radiation and repeated trophic transitions. In: Ecology and Evolution. Wiley. 12(7), e9077. eISSN 2045-7758. Available under: doi: 10.1002/ece3.9077

@article{Singh2022-07Phylo-58143, title={Phylogenomics of trophically diverse cichlids disentangles processes driving adaptive radiation and repeated trophic transitions}, year={2022}, doi={10.1002/ece3.9077}, number={7}, volume={12}, journal={Ecology and Evolution}, author={Singh, Pooja and Irisarri, Iker and Torres-Dowdall, Julian and Thallinger, Gerhard G. and Svardal, Hannes and Lemmon, Emily Moriarty and Lemmon, Alan R. and Koblmüller, Stephan and Meyer, Axel and Sturmbauer, Christian}, note={Article Number: e9077} }

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