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Scientific:
   Leuciscus souffia (Vairone) 
   Leuciscus soufia (Vairone) 

Synonyms:
   Leuciscus souffia (Telestes) 
   Leuciscus soufia 
   Telestes souffia 

Broader Terms:
   Cypriniformes (minnows) 
   Leuciscus (European daces) 
   Telestes 

More Specific:
   Leuciscus souffia agassizii 
 
 
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1.  Long-term analysis of fish assemblage structure in the middle section of the Sava River - The impact of pollution, flood protection and dam construction.LinkIT
Piria M, Simonovi? P, Zanella D, ?aleta M, ?prem N, Paunovi? M, Tomljanovi? T, Gavrilovi? A, Pecina M, ?peli? I, Matuli? D, Rezi? A, Ani?i? I, Safner R, Treer T
The Science of the total environment, 2019
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2.  Genetic structure of the vairone Telestes souffia in the eastern part of Lake Constance, central Europe.LinkIT
Muenzel FM, Salzburger W, Sanetra M, Grabherr B, Meyer A
Journal of fish biology, 2010
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3.  Cross-species amplification of 41 microsatellites in European cyprinids: A tool for evolutionary, population genetics and hybridization studies.LinkIT
Dubut V, Sinama M, Martin JF, Megl├ęcz E, Fernandez J, Chappaz R, Gilles A, Costedoat C
BMC research notes, 2010
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4.  Phylogeography of the Italian vairone (Telestes muticellus, Bonaparte 1837) inferred by microsatellite markers: evolutionary history of a freshwater fish species with a restricted and fragmented distribution.LinkIT
Marchetto F, Zaccara S, Muenzel FM, Salzburger W
BMC evolutionary biology, 2010
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5.  Isolation and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci in the freshwater fishes Telestes souffia and Telestes muticellus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae).LinkIT
Dubut V, Martin JF, Costedoat C, Chappaz R, Gilles A
Molecular ecology resources, 2009
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6.  Phylogeography of the vairone (Leuciscus souffia, Risso 1826) in Central Europe.LinkIT
Salzburger W, Brandst├Ątter A, Gilles A, Parson W, Hempel M, Sturmbauer C, Meyer A
Molecular ecology, 2003
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7.  Mitochondrial phylogeny of the European cyprinids: implications for their systematics, reticulate evolution, and colonization time.LinkIT
Gilles A, Lecointre G, Faure E, Chappaz R, Brun G
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 1998
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8.  [Study of the variability of Leuciscus soufia, cyprinidae fish, by analysis of enzyme polymorphism and meristic characteres].LinkIT
Gilles A, Barascud B, Bouchard P, Chappaz R
Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie III, Sciences de la vie, 1996
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