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1 Machado-Allison, Antonio, Barry Chernoff, Francisco Provenzano, Philip W. Willink, Alberto Marcano, Paulo Petry, Tracy Jones, and Brian Sidlauskas. 2003. Fishes collected during the AquaRAP expedition to the Caura River Basin, Bolívar State, Venezuela. Pp. 267-275 in Barry Chernoff, Antonio Machado-Allison, Karen Riseng, and Jensen R. Montambault, eds. A biological assessment of the aquatic ecosystems of the Caura River Basin, Bolívar State, Venezuela. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 28. Conservation International, Washington, DC. PDF none
2 Machado-Allison, Antonio, Barry Chernoff, Francisco Provenzano, Philip W. Willink, Alberto Marcano, Paulo Petry, Brian Sidlauskas, and Tracy Jones. 2003. Inventory, relative abundance and importance of fishes in the Caura River Basin, Bolívar State, Venezuela. Pp. 64-74 in Barry Chernoff, Antonio Machado-Allison, Karen Riseng, and Jensen R. Montambault, eds. A biological assessment of the aquatic ecosystems of the Caura River Basin, Bolívar State, Venezuela. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 28. Conservation International, Washington, DC. PDF none
3 Sidlauskas, Brian L. and Geraldo Santos. 2005. Pseudanos winterbottomi, a new anostomine species (Teleostei: Characiformes: Anostomidae) from Venezuela and Brazil, and comments on its phylogenetic relationships. Copeia 2005(1):109-123. PDF Supplemental Information
4 Willink, Philip W., and Brian Sidlauskas. 2006. Taxonomic notes on select fishes collected during the 2004 AquaRAP expedition to the Coppename River, Central Suriname Nature Reserve, Suriname. Pp. 101-111 in L. E. Alonso, and H. J. Berrenstein, eds. A rapid biological assessment of the aquatic ecosystems of the Coppename River Basin, Suriname.  RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 39. Conservation International, Washington, DC. PDF none
5 Sidlauskas, Brian L., Barry Chernoff and Antonio Machado-Allison. 2006. Geographic and environmental variation in Bryconops sp. cf. melanurus (Ostariophysi: Characidae) from the Brazilian Pantanal. Ichthyological Research 53(1): 24-33. PDF Supplemental Information
6 Sidlauskas, Brian L. 2007. Testing for unequal rates of morphological diversification in the absence of a detailed phylogeny: a case study from characiform fishes. Evolution 61(2): 299-316. PDF 1 Supplemental Information
7 Sidlauskas, Brian L., Julío Cesar Garavello and Jennifer Jellen. 2007. A new Schizodon (Characiformes: Anostomidae) from the Río Orinoco system, with a redescription of S. isognathus from the Rio Paraguay system. Copeia 2007(3):711-725. PDF pending
8 Sidlauskas, Brian L. and Richard Vari. 2008. Phylogenetic relationships within the South American fish family Anostomidae (Teleostei, Ostariophysi, Characiformes). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 154: 70-210. PDF pending
9 Sidlauskas, Brian L. 2008. Continuous and arrested morphological diversification in sister clades of characiform fishes: a phylomorphospace approach. Evolution 62(12): 3135-3156. PDF 1 pending
10 Kimmel, Charles B., Brian L. Sidlauskas and Jennifer Clack. 2009. Linked morphological changes during palate evolution in early tetrapods. Journal of Anatomy 215: 91-109 PDF pending
11 Sidlauskas, Brian, Ganesh Ganapathy, Einat Hazkani-Covo, Kristin P. Jenkins, Hilmar Lapp, Lauren W. McCall, Sam Price, Ryan Scherle, Paula A. Spaeth, and Dave M. Kidd. 2010. Linking big: The continuing promise of evolutionary synthesis. Evolution 64(4):871-880 PDF 1 none

 

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