Literature

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Peterson, R. D., Evans, A. J., Hernandez L. P.2023Histology of Convergent Probing Appendages in Mormyridae
Cheng, F., Dennis, A. B., Osuoha, J. Ijeoma, Canitz, J., Kirschbaum, F., Tiedemann R.2023A new genome assembly of an African weakly electric fish (Campylomormyrus compressirostris, Mormyridae) indicates rapid gene family evolution in Osteoglossomorpha
Koch, A. ‐K., Kirschbaum, F., Moritz T.2023Ontogeny reveals the origin of Gemminger bones in Mormyridae
Amen, R., Havenstein, K., Kirschbaum, F., Tiedemann R.2023Diet in phenotypically divergent sympatric species of African weakly electric fish (genus: Campylomormyrus)—A hybrid capture/HTS metabarcoding approach
B, J., N S. ’aibu2023Food and feeding habit of Mormyrus rume (Valenciennes, 1846) in Lake Geriyo, Adamawa, Nigeria
Korniienko, Y., Nzimora, K. C., Vater, M., Tiedemann, R., Kirschbaum F.2022Intergenus F1-hybrids of African weakly electric fish (Mormyridae: Gnathonemus petersii ♂ × Campylomormyrus compressirostris ♀) are fertile.
Ford, K. L., Albert J. S.2022Is the medium the message? Functional diversity across abiotic gradients in freshwater electric fishes
Ford, K. L., Peterson, R., Bernt, M., Albert J. S.2022Convergence is Only Skin Deep: Craniofacial Evolution in Electric Fishes from South America and Africa (Apteronotidae and Mormyridae)
Jegede, O. I.2022Karyotype of a Nigerian population of Hyperopisus bebe (Osteoglossiformes: Mormyridae) revealed another evolutionary lineage in the monospecific genus: Hyperopisus
Métis, N. Mabedi Jea, ZebeVictorine, M., R. Johan, M., Jean-Claude M.2022Sustainable exploitation and participative conservation of Mormyridae fishes in the Malebo Pool, Congo River, Kinshasa
Sullivan, J. P., Hopkins, C. D., Pirro, S., Peterson, R., Chakona, A., Mutizwa, T. I., Mukweze Mulelenu, C., Alqahtani, F. H., Vreven, E., Dillman C. B.2022Mitogenome recovered from a 19th Century holotype by shotgun sequencing supplies a generic name for an orphaned clade of African weakly electric fishes (Osteoglossomorpha, Mormyridae)
Peterson, R. D., Sullivan, J. P., Hopkins, C. D., Santaquiteria, A., Dillman, C. B., Pirro, S., Betancur-R, R., Arcila, D., Hughes, L. C., Ortí G.2022Phylogenomics of bonytongue fishes (Osteoglossomorpha) shed light on the craniofacial evolution and biogeography of the weakly electric clade Mormyridae
Peterson, R., Sullivan, J., Pirro S.2022The Complete Genome Sequences of 38 Species of Elephantfishes (Mormyridae, Osteoglossiformes)
Mabedi, J. Métis Ntu, Zebe, V. Mbadu, KIAMFU, V. P. W. E. M. A., PIGNEUR, L. - M., Michaux, J. R., Micha J. - C.2022Impact of environmental features on the distribution of Marcusenius species (Pisces, Mormyridae) in Malebo Pool of Kinshasa in the Congo River
Fricke, R., Kramer B.2022Marcusenius elegans: a replacement name for Marcusenius gracilis Kramer 2013 (Osteoglossiformes: Mormyridae), a secondary junior homonym of Marcusenius senegalensis gracilis (Pellegrin 1922)
Prié, V., Adam, B., Melki F.2021From fin rays to DNA: supplementary morphological and molecular data to identify Mormyrus subundulatus Roberts, 1989 (Pisces: Mormyridae) from the Bandama River in Côte d’Ivoire
Simanovsky, S., Medvedev, D., Tefera, F., Golubtsov A.2021Derived karyotypes in two elephantfish genera (Hyperopisus and Pollimyrus): lowest chromosome number in the family Mormyridae (Osteoglossiformes)
Picq, S., Sperling, J., Cheng, C. J., Carlson, B. A., Gallant J. R.2020Genetic drift does not sufficiently explain patterns of electric signal variation among populations of the mormyrid electric fish Paramormyrops kingsleyae
Adjibade, K. Nambil, Adite, A., Arame, H., Chikou, A., Abou Y.2020Aspects of life-history strategy of Marcusenius senegalensis (Pisces: Osteoglossiformes: Mormyridae; Steindachner, 1870) from Niger River in Northern Benin
Korniienko, Y., Tiedemann, R., Vater, M., Kirschbaum F.2020Ontogeny of the electric organ discharge and of the papillae of the electrocytes in the weakly electric fish
Kramer, B.2020Communication and Waveform Analysis in Weakly Electric Fishes With Special Emphasis on Mormyrids
Amen, R., Nagel, R., Hedt, M., Kirschbaum, F., Tiedemann R.2020Morphological differentiation in African weakly electric fish (genus Campylomormyrus) relates to substrate preferences
Korniienko, Y., Nguyen, L., Baumgartner, S., Vater, M., Tiedemann, R., Kirschbaum F.2020Intragenus F1-hybrids of African weakly electric fish (Mormyridae: Campylomormyrus tamandua ♂ × C. compressirostris ♀) are fertile
Simanovsky, S., Medvedev, D., Tefera, F., Golubtsov A.2020First cytogenetic information for five Nilotic elephantfishes and a problem of ancestral karyotype of the family Mormyridae (Osteoglossiformes)
Canitz, J., Kirschbaum, F., Tiedemann R.2020Transcriptome-wide single nucleotide polymorphisms related to electric organ discharge differentiation among African weakly electric fish species.
Crampton, W. G. R.2019Electroreception, electrogenesis and electric signal evolution
Skelton, P.2019Biodiversity of Angola: The Freshwater Fishes of Angola
Vélez, A., Ryoo, D. Yeon, Carlson B. A.2019Sensory Specializations of Mormyrid Fish Are Associated with Species Differences in Electric Signal Localization Behavior
Decru, E., Sullivan, J. P., Vreven E.2019Marcusenius wamuinii (Teleostei: Mormyridae), a new elephantfish from the Mangroves National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Mukweze Mulelenu, C., Katemo Manda, B., Decru, E., Chocha Manda, A., Vreven E.2019The Cyphomyrus Myers 1960 (Osteoglossiformes: Mormyridae) of the Lufira Basin (Upper Lualaba: DR Congo): a generic reassignment and the description of a new species
Canitz, J.2019Genome and karyotype evolution underlying speciation and diversification of electric organ discharges in African weakly electric fish (Campylomormyrus, Mormyridae, Teleostei)
Mambo Baba, T., Kisekelwa, T., Danadu Mizani, C., Decru, E., Vreven E.2019Hidden species diversity in Marcusenius moorii (Teleostei: Mormyridae) from the Congo Basin
Hilton, E. J., Lavoué S.2018A review of the systematic biology of fossil and living bony-tongue fishes, Osteoglossomorpha (Actinopterygii: Teleostei)
Nagel, R., Kirschbaum, F., Hofmann, V., Engelmann, J., Tiedemann R.2018Electric pulse characteristics can enable species recognition in African weakly electric fish species
Baron, V. D., Orlov, A. A., Golubtsov A. S.2018Electric Organ Discharges of Cyphomyrus petherici (Mormyridae, Osteoglossiformes) from the White Nile Basin
Kirschbaum, F., Nguyen, L., Baumgartner, S., Chi, L., Wolfart, R., Elarbani, K., Eppenstein, H., Korniienko, Y., Guido-Böhm, L., Mamonekene, V., Vater, M., Tiedemann R.2017Intragenus (Campylomormyrus) and intergenus hybrids in mormyrid fish: physiological and histological investigations of the electric organ ontogeny
Rich, M., Sullivan, J. P., Hopkins C. D.2017Rediscovery and description of Paramormyrops sphekodes (Sauvage, 1879) and a new cryptic Paramormyrops (Mormyridae: Osteoglossiformes) from the Ogooué River of Gabon using morphometrics, DNA sequencing and electrophysiology
Levin, B. A., Golubtsov A. S.2017New insights into the molecular phylogeny and taxonomy of mormyrids (Osteoglossiformes, Actinopterygii) in northern East Africa
Gallant, J. R., Losilla, M., Tomlinson, C., Warren W. C.2017The genome and adult somatic transcriptome of the mormyrid electric fish Paramormyrops kingsleyae
Stell, S. K., Moller P.2016Anal-fin ray morphology indicates sexual maturity in Brevimyrus niger (Teleostei, Mormyridae)
Ragheb, E.2016Growth pattern and natural mortality of elephant fishes (Mormyrus kannume, Mormyridae) in the Damietta branch of Nile, Egypt
Paul, C., Kirschbaum, F., Mamonekene, V., Tiedemann R.2016Evidence for Non-neutral Evolution in a Sodium Channel Gene in African Weakly Electric Fish (Campylomormyrus, Mormyridae)
Pitchers, W. R., Constantinou, S. J., Losilla, M., Gallant J. R.2016Electric Fish Genomics: Progress, Prospects, and New Tools for Neuroethology
Hofmann, V., Sanguinetti-Scheck, J. I., Gomez-Sena, L., Engelmann J.2016Sensory flow as a basis for a novel distance cue in freely behaving electric fish
Lavoué, S.2016Petrocephalus leo, a new species of African electric fish (Osteoglossomorpha: Mormyridae) from the Oubangui River basin (Congo basin)
Vélez, A., Carlson B. A.2016Detection of transient synchrony across oscillating receptors by the central electrosensory system of mormyrid fish
Kramer, B., Maake, P. A., Gon O.2016Electric organ discharges of South African Marcusenius species (Teleostei: Mormyridae) and their effectiveness as indicators of local species diversity
Baker, C. A., Ma, L., Casareale, C. R., Carlson B. A.2016Behavioral and Single-Neuron Sensitivity to Millisecond Variations in Temporally Patterned Communication Signals
Carlson, B. A.2016Differences in electrosensory anatomy and social behavior in an area of sympatry between two species of mormyrid electric fishes

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