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Phylogeny of the Lake Tanganyika cichlid species flock and its relationship to the Central and East African haplochromine cichlid fish fauna

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SALZBURGER, Walter, Axel MEYER, Sanja BARIC, Erik VERHEYEN, Christian STURMBAUER, 2002. Phylogeny of the Lake Tanganyika cichlid species flock and its relationship to the Central and East African haplochromine cichlid fish fauna. In: Systematic Biology. 51(1), pp. 113-135. ISSN 1063-5157. eISSN 1076-836X. Available under: doi: 10.1080/106351502753475907

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