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Evolutionary convergence and parallelism in suckermouth catfish families: surprisingly alternative ways to perform the same vital task: don't let go!

Tom Geerinckx (UGent) and Wannes De Crop (UGent)
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Geerinckx, Tom, and Wannes De Crop. 2013. “Evolutionary Convergence and Parallelism in Suckermouth Catfish Families: Surprisingly Alternative Ways to Perform the Same Vital Task: Don’t Let Go!” In Vertebrate Morphology, 10th International Congress, Abstracts.
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Geerinckx, T., & De Crop, W. (2013). Evolutionary convergence and parallelism in suckermouth catfish families: surprisingly alternative ways to perform the same vital task: don’t let go! Vertebrate Morphology, 10th International congress, Abstracts. Presented at the 10th International congress of Vertebrate Morphology.
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Geerinckx T, De Crop W. Evolutionary convergence and parallelism in suckermouth catfish families: surprisingly alternative ways to perform the same vital task: don’t let go! Vertebrate Morphology, 10th International congress, Abstracts. 2013.
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Geerinckx, Tom, and Wannes De Crop. “Evolutionary Convergence and Parallelism in Suckermouth Catfish Families: Surprisingly Alternative Ways to Perform the Same Vital Task: Don’t Let Go!” Vertebrate Morphology, 10th International Congress, Abstracts. 2013. Print.
@inproceedings{4259428,
  author       = {Geerinckx, Tom and De Crop, Wannes},
  booktitle    = {Vertebrate Morphology, 10th International congress, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Barcelona, Spain},
  title        = {Evolutionary convergence and parallelism in suckermouth catfish families: surprisingly alternative ways to perform the same vital task: don't let go!},
  year         = {2013},
}