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Musilová, M. Platzer, K. Reichwald, and A. Cellerino. 2014. The strange case of East African annual fish: Aridification correlates with diversification for a savannah aquatic group? BMC Evolutionary Biology 14:210. 1186/s12862-014-0210-3 Eschmeyer, W. N. ed. 2014. Catalog of Fishes: Genera, Species, References. asp. Electronic version accessed 30 11 2014. , J. M. Wingert, and L. R. Malabarba. 2014. Description of a new species and phylogenetic analysis of the subtribe Cynopoecilina, including continuous characters without discretization (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae).
1999b. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 13:289–301; Hrbek, T. and A. Larson. 1999. , C. P. Deus, and I. P. Farias. 2004. , J. M. Wingert, and L. R. Malabarba. 2014. ) neuromasts; long posterior series of supraorbital neuromasts; minute neuromast on dermosphenotic; and vertical bars on body sides of juveniles (Costa 1998a). Cynolebiasinae consists of two clades, Cynolebiasini and Cynopoecilini (Costa 1998a; Murphy et al. 1999b; Hrbek and Larson 1999; Hrbek et al. 2004; Costa 2013). 14 CYNOLEBIASINI The following synapomorphies support this clade: a broad posteroventral process of dentary; concave anterodorsal margin of opercle; anterior displacement of anal-fin origin in males; elongate filamentous rays on dorsal and anal fins of males; sexual dimorphism in number of dorsal- and analfin rays; numerous anal-fin rays in males (19–32); elongate dorsal portion of cleithrum; absence of posteroventral flange of cleithrum; ventrally directed ventral tip of cleithrum; broad anteroventral tip of coracoid; numerous supraorbital neuromasts (12–25); and spawning within substrate (Costa 1998a).
C. P. Deus, and I. P. Farias. 2004. Rivulus duckensis (Teleostei; Cyprinodontiformes): New species from the Tarumã basin of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, and its relationships to other neotropical Rivulidae. Copeia 2004:569–576. 1643/CI-03-277R1 Hrbek, T. and A. Larson. 1999. The evolution of diapause in the killifish family Rivulidae (Atherinomorpha Atherinomorpha, Cyprinodontiformes): A molecular phylogenetic and biogeographic perspective. Evolution 53:1200–1216. 2307/2640823 Hrbek, T. and D. C.