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What, if anything, is a Tilapia? : Mitochondrial ND2 phylogeny of Tilapiines and the evolution of parental care systems in the African Cichlid Fishes

What, if anything, is a Tilapia? : Mitochondrial ND2 phylogeny of Tilapiines and the evolution of parental care systems in the African Cichlid Fishes

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KLETT, Vera, Axel MEYER, 2002. What, if anything, is a Tilapia? : Mitochondrial ND2 phylogeny of Tilapiines and the evolution of parental care systems in the African Cichlid Fishes. In: Molecular Biology and Evolution. 19(6), pp. 865-883

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