Metadata

Mastacembelus latens

Roberts and Stewart 1976

ORDERSUB-ORDERFAMILY
SynbranchiformesMastacembeloideiMastacembelidae

Synonyms

None.

Country

Congo River:fw

Conservation Status

[VU D2:3.1:2010]

Internet Resources

Elizabeth Alter's work on Congo fishes

American Museum of Natural History Congo Project

Key References

Poll, M. Journal Article 1958 Description d'un poisson aveugle nouveau du Congo belge, appartenant à la famille des Mastacembelidae
Poll, M. Journal Article 1959 Résultats scientifiques des missions zoologiques au Stanley Pool subsidiées par le Cemubac (Université Libre de Bruxelles) et la Musée Royal du Congo (1957-1958)
Poll, M. Journal Article 1973 Les yeux des poissons aveugles africains et de Caecomastacembelus brichardi Poll en particulier
Roberts, T. R. and Stewart, D. J. Journal Article 1976 An ecological and systematic survey of fishes in the rapids of the lower Zaire or Congo river
Travers, R.A. Journal Article 1984 A review of the Mastacembeloidei, a suborder of synbranchiform teleost fishes. Part II: Phylogenetic analysis
Travers, R.A. Journal Article 1984 A review of the Mastacembeloidei, a suborder of synbranchiform teleost fishes. Part I: Anatomical descriptions
Vreven, E.J. Journal Article 2005 Mastacembelidae (Teleostei; Synbranchiformes) subfamily division and African generic division: an evaluation
Kish, P.E., Bohnsack, B.L., Gallina, D., Kasprick, D.S. and Kahana, A. Journal Article 2011 The eye as an organizer of craniofacial development
Stiassny, M.L.J. and Alter, S.E. Journal Article 2015 Phylogenetics of Teleogramma, a riverine clade of African cichlid fishes, with a description of the deep-water molluskivore —Teleogramma obama — from the lower reaches of the middle Congo River.
Alter, S.E., Brown, B. and Stiassny, M.L.J. Journal Article 2015 Molecular phylogenetics reveals convergent evolution in lower Congo River spiny eels
Alter, S.E., Munshi-South, J. and Stiassny, M.L.J. Journal Article 2017 Genomewide SNP data reveal cryptic phylogeographic structure and microallopatric divergence in a rapids adapted clade of cichlids from the Congo River