Bibliography: p. 594-610.
|Statement||[By] Geoffrey Fryer and T. D. Iles.|
|Contributions||Iles, T. D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 641 p.|
|Number of Pages||641|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fryer, Geoffrey. Cichlid fishes of the great lakes of Africa: their biology and evolution. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fryer, Geoffrey. Cichlid fishes of the great lakes of Africa. Neptune City, N.J.: T.F.H. Publications, © The cichlid species flocks of the great East African lakes represent the most diverse assemblages of freshwater fishes in the world. Lake Tanganyika is by far the oldest of the three major East African rift lakes with an estimated age of about 9 to 12 million years (Cohen et al., ). The African Great Lakes (Swahili: Maziwa Makuu) are a series of lakes constituting the part of the Rift Valley lakes in and around the East African include Lake Victoria, the third-largest fresh water lake in the world by area, Lake Tanganyika, the world's second-largest freshwater lake by volume and depth, and Lake Malawi, the world's eighth-largest fresh water lake by area.
Start Page: illus. (col. frontis.) 25 cm. Publisher: Oliver & Boyd All titles: " Their biology and evolution [by] Geoffrey Fryer and T. D. Iles " " cichlid fishes of the great lakes of Africa "Cited by: The cichlid fishes of the great lakes of Africa: their biology and evolution. Galis F, Drucker E.G. Pharyngeal biting mechanics in centrarchids and cichlids: insights into a key evolutionary by: The Great Rift Valley was formed some 25 million years as Africa and Eurasia collided, which caused the earth’s crust in eastern Africa to drop while the two recoiling twin faults pulled apart. The effect has been likened to the keystone of an arch dropping as the side pillars collapse. radiation of cichlid fish spe cies in the Great Lakes of East Africa that has attracted the most these lakes,almost 2, spe cies of cichlids have evolved in the very recent evolutionary species are a tremendous resource of phenotypic variation that is akin to a natural mutagenic mutants are.