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Broader Terms:
   Perciformes (perch-like fishes) 

More Specific:
   Amia (bowfin) 
   Apogon (cardinalfishes) 
   Centropomus (robalos) 
   Foa (Fo cardinalfish) 
   Gymnopogon (skeletongrass) 
   Mullus (mullets) 
   Perca (yellow perches) 
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Common Names: apogonidés, cardenales, poissons-cardinaux, cardinalfishes, apogonidés

51.  Two new nematode species, Paragendria papuanensis sp. n. (Seuratoidea) and Rhabdochona papuanensis sp. n. (Thelazioidea), from freshwater fishes in Papua New Guinea.LinkIT
Moravec F, Ríha M, Kuchta R
Folia parasitologica, 2008

52.  Selective mortality of a coral reef damselfish: role of predator-competitor synergisms.LinkIT
Figueira WF, Booth DJ, Gregson MA
Oecologia, 2008

53.  The use of fish parasites as biological indicators of anthropogenic influences in coral-reef lagoons: a case study of Apogonidae parasites in New-Caledonia.LinkIT
Sasal P, Mouillot D, Fichez R, Chifflet S, Kulbicki M
Marine pollution bulletin, 2007

54.  Phylogenetic diversity and cosymbiosis in the bioluminescent symbioses of "Photobacterium mandapamensis".LinkIT
Kaeding AJ, Ast JC, Pearce MM, Urbanczyk H, Kimura S, Endo H, Nakamura M, Dunlap PV
Applied and environmental microbiology, 2007

55.  LuxA gene of light organ symbionts of the bioluminescent fish Acropoma japonicum (Acropomatidae) and Siphamia versicolor (Apogonidae) forms a lineage closely related to that of Photobacterium leiognathi ssp. mandapamensis.LinkIT
Wada M, Kamiya A, Uchiyama N, Yoshizawa S, Kita-Tsukamoto K, Ikejima K, Yu R, Imada C, Karatani H, Mizuno N, Suzuki Y, Nishida M, Kogure K
FEMS microbiology letters, 2006

56.  Testis structure, spermatogenesis, spermatocytogenesis, and sperm structure in cardinal fish (Apogonidae, Perciformes).LinkIT
Fishelson L, Delarea Y, Gon O
Anatomy and embryology, 2006

57.  Cytomorphological alterations of the thymus, spleen, head-kidney, and liver in cardinal fish (Apogonidae, Teleostei) as bioindicators of stress.LinkIT
Fishelson L
Journal of morphology, 2006

58.  Molecular phylogeny and stripe pattern evolution in the cardinalfish genus Apogon.LinkIT
Mabuchi K, Okuda N, Nishida M
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2006

59.  Helicometra Odhner, 1902 (Digenea: Opecoelidae) in Australian waters: problems of species identification and a description of H. sprenti n. sp.LinkIT
Aken'Ova TO, Cribb TH, Bray RA
Systematic parasitology, 2006

60.  Molecular phylogeny of basal gobioid fishes: Rhyacichthyidae, Odontobutidae, Xenisthmidae, Eleotridae (Teleostei: Perciformes: Gobioidei).LinkIT
Thacker CE, Hardman MA
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2005