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  • Lundberg, J.G. 1998. The temporal context for diversification of Neotropical fishes. Chapter 2. In L.R. Malabarba, R.E. Reis, R.P. Vari, C.A.S. Lucena and Z.M.S. Lucena (eds.), Phylogeny and classification of Neotropical fishes. EDIPUCRS. Porto Alegre, Brazil.
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