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Using the whole body as a sucker: combining respiration and feeding with an attached lifestyle in hill stream loaches (Balitoridae, Cypriniformes)

Jens De Meyer (UGent) and Tom Geerinckx (UGent)
(2014) JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY. 275(9). p.1066-1079
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Balitorinae, OSTARIOPHYSAN FISHES TELEOSTEI, myology, osteology, kinematics, SILURIFORMES, EVOLUTION, HABITAT, MUSCLES, FIN, MORPHOLOGY, ANATOMY

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De Meyer, Jens, and Tom Geerinckx. 2014. “Using the Whole Body as a Sucker: Combining Respiration and Feeding with an Attached Lifestyle in Hill Stream Loaches (Balitoridae, Cypriniformes).” Journal of Morphology 275 (9): 1066–1079.
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De Meyer, Jens, & Geerinckx, T. (2014). Using the whole body as a sucker: combining respiration and feeding with an attached lifestyle in hill stream loaches (Balitoridae, Cypriniformes). JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY, 275(9), 1066–1079.
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De Meyer J, Geerinckx T. Using the whole body as a sucker: combining respiration and feeding with an attached lifestyle in hill stream loaches (Balitoridae, Cypriniformes). JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY. 2014;275(9):1066–79.
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De Meyer, Jens, and Tom Geerinckx. “Using the Whole Body as a Sucker: Combining Respiration and Feeding with an Attached Lifestyle in Hill Stream Loaches (Balitoridae, Cypriniformes).” JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY 275.9 (2014): 1066–1079. Print.
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  author       = {De Meyer, Jens and Geerinckx, Tom},
  issn         = {0362-2525},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY},
  keyword      = {Balitorinae,OSTARIOPHYSAN FISHES TELEOSTEI,myology,osteology,kinematics,SILURIFORMES,EVOLUTION,HABITAT,MUSCLES,FIN,MORPHOLOGY,ANATOMY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {1066--1079},
  title        = {Using the whole body as a sucker: combining respiration and feeding with an attached lifestyle in hill stream loaches (Balitoridae, Cypriniformes)},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jmor.20286},
  volume       = {275},
  year         = {2014},
}

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