Michael J. Ghedotti

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Michael J. Ghedotti

  • Regis University, Department of Biology, 3333 Regis Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80221, USA.
  • E-mail: mghedott@regis.edu

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  • Ghedotti, M.J. 2000. Phylogenetic analysis and taxonomy of the poecilioid fishes (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 130 (1): 1-53. Zitatseite 
  • Ghedotti, M.J., Simons, A.M. & Davis, M.P. 2004. Morphology and Phylogeny of the Studfish Clade, Subgenus Xenisma (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes). Copeia, 2004 (1): 53-61. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Lucinda, P.H.F., Ghedotti, M.J. & Graça, W.J. 2006. A New Jenynsia Species (Teleostei, Cyprinodontiformes, Anablepidae) From Southern Brazil And Its Phylogenetic Position. Copeia, (4): 613-622. (JSTOR) Zitatseite 
  • Ghedotti, M.J. & Davis, M.P. 2013. Phylogeny, classification, and evolution of salinity of tolerance the North American topminnows and killifishes, family Fundulidae (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes). Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, #7: 1-65. Zitatseite 
  • Ghedotti, M.J. & Davis, M.P. 2017. The taxonomic placement of three fossil Fundulus species and the timing of divergence within the North American topminnows (Teleostei: Fundulidae). (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Ghedotti, M.J., Gruber, J.N., Barton, R.W., Davis, M.P. & Smith, W.L. 2018. Morphology and evolution of bioluminescent organs in the glowbellies (Percomorpha: Acropomatidae) with comments on the taxonomy and phylogeny of Acropomatiformes. Journal of Morphology, 279 (1): 1640-1653.(doi) Zitatseite 
  • Smith, W.L., Ghedotti, M.J., Domínguez-Domínguez, O., McMahan, C.D., Espinoza, E., Martin, R.P., Girard, M.G. & Davis, M.P. 2022. Investigations into the ancestry of the Grape-eye Seabass (Hemilutjanus macrophthalmos) reveal novel limits and relationships for the Acropomatiformes (Teleostei: Percomorpha). Neotropical Ichthyology, 20 (3): e210160. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Ghedotti, M.J., Agudo, K.C., Gonzalez, F.M. & Frable, B.W. 2023. Widespread occurrence and repeated evolution of ultra-black camouflage in the pelagic deep-sea anguilloid eels (Anguilliformes). Environmental Biology of Fishes, 106: 1747-1754. (doi) Zitatseite