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1947 156
1948 122
1949 108
1950 193
1951 222
1952 223
1953 274
1954 238
1955 234
1956 215
1957 247
1958 293
1959 278
1960 259
1961 349
1962 384
1963 475
1964 677
1965 741
1966 845
1967 949
1968 1061
1969 1246
1970 1109
1971 1247
1972 1460
1973 1508
1974 1576
1975 1730
1976 1634
1977 1530
1978 1474
1979 1652
1980 1605
1981 1420
1982 1590
1983 1649
1984 1612
1985 1707
1986 1734
1987 1735
1988 1700
1989 1597
1990 1712
1991 1884
1992 1826
1993 1709
1994 1792
1995 1936
1996 2029
1997 2154
1998 2372
1999 2619
2000 3210
2001 3667
2002 3954
2003 4123
2004 4728
2005 5090
2006 5710
2007 6258
2008 6520
2009 7129
2010 7648
2011 8493
2012 9179
2013 9936
2014 10278
2015 10361
2016 11271
2017 10201
2018 10256
2019 6309
2020 151
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Amphibious fishes: evolution and phenotypic plasticity.
Wright PA and Turko AJ. J Exp Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 27489213 Free article.
Amphibious fishes spend part of their life in terrestrial habitats. The ability to tolerate life on land has evolved independently many times, with more than 200 extant species of amphibious fishes spanning 17 orders now reported. ...Amphibious fishes living at the interface of two very different environments must respond to issues relating to buoyancy/gravity, hydration/desiccation, low/high O2 availability, low/high CO2 accumulation and high/low NH3 solubility each time they traverse the air-water interface. ...
Amphibious fishes spend part of their life in terrestrial habitats. The ability to tolerate life on land has evolved independently ma …
The hidden half: ecology and evolution of cryptobenthic fishes on coral reefs.
Brandl SJ, et al. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc 2018 - Review. PMID 29736999
Teleost fishes are the most diverse group of vertebrates on Earth. On tropical coral reefs, their species richness exceeds 6000 species; one tenth of total vertebrate biodiversity. ...This stands in strong contrast to 42 families of large reef fishes, in which virtually no small-bodied species have evolved. ...
Teleost fishes are the most diverse group of vertebrates on Earth. On tropical coral reefs, their species richness exceeds 6000 speci …
Phylogenetic classification of bony fishes.
Betancur-R R, et al. BMC Evol Biol 2017. PMID 28683774 Free PMC article.
Two leading sources in ichthyology frequently used for fish classifications (JS Nelson's volumes of Fishes of the World and W. ...The classification presented in this study represents, unlike any other, the most up-to-date hypothesis of the Tree of Life of fishes....
Two leading sources in ichthyology frequently used for fish classifications (JS Nelson's volumes of Fishes of the World and W. ...The …
Laterality is Universal Among Fishes but Increasingly Cryptic Among Derived Groups.
Hori M, et al. Zoolog Sci 2017. PMID 28770681
This has subsequently been found in fishes from numerous taxa with various feeding habits. The generality of such morphological laterality should thus be investigated in as wide a range of fishes as possible. ...The universality of laterality in fishes indicates a monophyletic origin, and may have been present in the ancestors of vertebrates. ...
This has subsequently been found in fishes from numerous taxa with various feeding habits. The generality of such morphological later …
Evidence for dispersal syndromes in freshwater fishes.
Comte L and Olden JD. Proc Biol Sci 2018. PMID 29343597 Free PMC article.
Here, we test whether dispersal in freshwater fishes (1) is a fixed property of species, and (2) correlates with life-history, morphological, ecological and behavioural traits, using a global dataset of dispersal distances collected from the literature encompassing 116 riverine species and 196 locations. ...
Here, we test whether dispersal in freshwater fishes (1) is a fixed property of species, and (2) correlates with life-history, morpho …
New polybranchiaspiform fishes (Agnatha: Galeaspida) from the Middle Palaeozoic of China and their ecomorphological implications.
Gai Z, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 30231026 Free PMC article.
Here, we describe two new genera of galeaspid fishes, Platylomaspis gen. nov. and Nanningaspis gen. nov. from the Middle Palaeozoic of China. ...
Here, we describe two new genera of galeaspid fishes, Platylomaspis gen. nov. and Nanningaspis gen. nov. from the Middle Palaeozoic o …
Peripheral Hearing Structures in Fishes: Diversity and Sensitivity of Catfishes and Cichlids.
Ladich F. Adv Exp Med Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 26515321
Fishes have evolved an astonishing diversity of peripheral (accessory/ancillary) auditory structures to improve hearing based on their ability to transmit oscillations of gas bladder walls to the inner ears. So far it is unclear to what degree the size of the bladder and the linkage to the ear affect hearing in fishes. An interfamilial study in catfishes revealed that families which possess large, single swim bladders and one to four Weberian ossicles were more sensitive at higher frequencies (≥1 kHz) than families which have small, paired, and encapsulated bladders and one to two ossicles. ...
Fishes have evolved an astonishing diversity of peripheral (accessory/ancillary) auditory structures to improve hearing based on thei
How conflict shapes evolution in poeciliid fishes.
Furness AI, et al. Nat Commun 2019. PMID 31350395 Free PMC article.
Here we test these predictions of the viviparity driven conflict hypothesis (VDCH) in live-bearing poecilid fishes, a group showing multiple independent origins of placentation and extreme variation in male sexually selected traits. ...
Here we test these predictions of the viviparity driven conflict hypothesis (VDCH) in live-bearing poecilid fishes, a group showing m …
Evolutionary patterns of diadromy in fishes: more than a transitional state between marine and freshwater.
Corush JB. BMC Evol Biol 2019. PMID 31412761 Free PMC article.
This hypothesis comes with assumptions regarding the rates of evolutionary transitions in and out of diadromy as well as rates of speciation and extinction in diadromous fishes. ...Additionally, high speciation and low extinction rates separate diadromous fishes from marine and freshwater species. As a result, net diversification (net diversification = speciation - extinction) is about 7-40 times higher in diadromous fishes compared to freshwater and marine respectively. ...
This hypothesis comes with assumptions regarding the rates of evolutionary transitions in and out of diadromy as well as rates of speciation …
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