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Garner, Kelsey L.*, Essa T. Mohammed, Charles K. Blend, Majid Bannai and Norman O. Dronen. (2019) Redescriptoin of Faustula gangetica (Srivastava, 1935) (Plagiorchiida: Faustulidae) in the Hilsa Shad, Tenualosa ilisha (Hamilton) (Clupeidae), from the Arabian Gulf off Irag, Comparative Parasitology, https://doi.org/10.1654/1525-2647-86.2.89.
Baumgardt, Jeremy A., Michael L. Morrison, Leonard A. Brennan and Tyler A. Campbell. (2019) Effects of broadcasting calls on detection probability in occupancy analyses of multiple raptor species, Western North American Naturalist, Vol. 79: No. 2, Article 5.
Conway, K. W., G. I. Moore and A. P. Summers. (2019) A new genus and two new species of miniature clingfishes from temperate southern Australia (Teleostei, Gobiesocidae), ZooKeys, 864: 35-65, https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.864.34521.
Kubicek, Kole M.*, Amanda K. Pinion* and Kevin W. Conway. (2019) New records of the Mountain Mullet, Dajaus monticola (Bancroft, 1834), and an overview of historical records in Texas, Check List, https://doi.org/10.15560/15.3.471.
Bower, Luke M. and Kirk O. Winemiller. (2019) Fish assemblage convergence along stream environmental gradients: an intercontinental analysis, Ecography, https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04690.