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   Apogonidae (cardinalfishes) 

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   Fowleria abocellata (Mottled cardinalfish) 
   Fowleria aurita (Crosseyed cardinalfish) 
   Fowleria brachygrammus 
   Fowleria flamma 
   Fowleria flammea 
   Fowleria isostigma 
   Fowleria marmorata (Marbled cardinalfish) 
   Fowleria nafae 
   Fowleria polystigma 
   Fowleria punctulata (Spotcheek cardinalfish) 
   Fowleria vaiulae (Dwarf cardinalfish) 
   Fowleria vaiuli 
   Fowleria variegata (Variegated cardinalfish) 
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1.  [Isolation of Balamuthia mandriallaris parasite from air conditioning of the houses in south and southeast of Turkey].LinkIT
Ero?lu F
Mikrobiyoloji bulteni, 2018

2.  A new genus of cardinalfish from tropical Australia and southern New Guinea (Percomorpha: Apogonidae).LinkIT
Fraser TH
Zootaxa, 2014

3.  Revision of the systematics of the cardinalfishes (Percomorpha: Apogonidae) based on molecular analyses and comparative reevaluation of morphological characters.LinkIT
Mabuchi K, Fraser TH, Song H, Azuma Y, Nishida M
Zootaxa, 2014

4.  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

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

6.  Taste bud form and distribution on lips and in the oropharyngeal cavity of cardinal fish species (Apogonidae, Teleostei), with remarks on their dentition.LinkIT
Fishelson L, Delarea Y, Zverdling A
Journal of morphology, 2004

7.  Reviewing efficacy of alternative water treatment techniques.LinkIT
Hambidge A
Health estate, 2001