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Phylogenetic relationships within the speciose family Characidae (Teleostei: Ostariophysi: Characiformes) based on multilocus analysis and extensive ingroup sampling 

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    Stefan
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    Matt
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    Cheers Stefan.:smile: This is the third Characidae phylogeny in three years I think?

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    Stefan
    Member

    Possibly, yes.

    #316233

    Stefan
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    A site said about this paper that a new family is described therein (Triportheidae n. fam. Oliveira et al., 2011 ), but I cannot find it?

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    Graham Ramsay
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    In order to highlight this monophyletic lineage we expand the Triportheinae to include the genera Agoniates, Clupeacharax, Triportheus, Engraulisoma and Lignobrycon and recognize it as the Triportheidae (Figure 13).

     

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    Stefan
    Member

    Never mind (it’s corrected now):

     

    “Triportheinae Fowler, 1950 raised to family rank, now Triporthidae (included genera: Agoniates (formerly placed in Characidae: Agoniatinae), Clupeacharax (formerly placed in Gasteropelecidae?: Clupeacharacinae), Triportheus (formerly placed in Characidae: Bryconinae or placed in Characidae: Triporthinae), Engraulisoma (formerly placed in Gasteropelecidae), and Lignobrycon (formerly placed in Characidae: Bryconinae?))”

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