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The inland water fishes of Africa

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Didier Paugy
, 
Christian Levêque
, 
Olga Otero

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Rain or temperature?

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From lake to marsh: the case of Lake Chad

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Lake Victoria: an example of rapid evolution

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Nyos, an extreme example

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Recession of the Sahelo-Sudanian rivers

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Is there a risk of Lake Victoria drying out?

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From Mega to Marshy Chad

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Relict fauna in the Sahara

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Lake sediments record climatic history

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A Late Devonian African fish fauna in South Africa

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The Stanleyville Beds assemblage, a typical “ganoid fish fauna”

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Toros-Menalla, a Cenozoic freshwater fish fauna 7 Myrs ago

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African freshwater fish localities since the Late Cretaceous: a review

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On the tracks of evaders?

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The inconsistent state of the lungfish fossil record

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Bichirs: decline, fall and new rise of a Western Gondwanan fish in Africa

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Channid palaeo-distribution: palaeogeographical or palaeoclimatological constraints

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African fish diversification and geologically-driven events

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Polypterids

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Refuge zones theory

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Fish of the Sahara: witnesses of a wetter p...

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