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Elephantnoses and Their Relatives

References for the June 2008 FAMA article Elephantnoses and Their Relatives.

By Robert Fenner

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Anon. 1996. "A fish smarter than a man." Scientific American 10/96.

Carlsson, Bodil. 1987. "Peter’s Elephantnose: A magnificent Mormyrid." TFH 3/87.

Castro, Al. 1998. "Electric fish. The Elephantfishes and Baby Whales belong to a large family that has unique qualities." AFM 7/98.

Castro, Al. 1998. "More Mormyrids. Additional species descriptions of the fascinating Elephantnose fishes." AFM 8/98.

Dunker, Toni. 1960. "My Mormyrids." TFH 8/60.

Fenner, Robert. 1988. "Electric fish. Electrical fields help some aquarium fish to find food and “see” their surroundings." AFM 12/88.

Glass, Spencer. 1998. "More Mormyrids." FAMA 7/98.

Kirschbaum, Frank and Christian Schugardt  2003. Reproductive strategies and developmental aspects in mormyrid and gymnotiform fishes. Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Department of Biology and Ecology of Fishes, Müggelseedamm 310, POB 850119, 12561, Berlin, Germany

Mayland, Hans. 1995. "Elephantnoses and their kin. Notes on the family Mormyridae." TFH 2/95.

Nelson, Joseph S. 1994. Fishes of the World. John Wiley & Sons, NY. 600pp.

Seegers, Lothar. 1996. "Mormyriden aus dem Malawi-Einzug." Das Aquarium 3/96.

Speice, Paul. 1979. "Why an Elephant Nose?" FAMA 2/79.

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