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acta ethologica

, Volume 17, Issue 2, pp 129–130 | Cite as

Vítor C. Almada

20.04.1950–27.09.2013
  • Manuel E. dos SantosEmail author
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Selected references in reverse chronological order

  1. Almada VC, Almada F, Francisco SM, Castilho R, Robalo JI (2012) Unexpected high genetic diversity at the extreme northern geographic limit of Taurulus bubalis (Euphrasen, 1786). PLoS One 7(8):e44404Google Scholar
  2. Francisco SM, Gongiu L, von der Heyden S, Almada VC (2011) Multilocus phylogenetic analysis of the genus Atherina (Pisces: Atherinidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 61:71–78Google Scholar
  3. Levy A, Wirtz P, Floeter SR, Almada VC (2011) The Lusitania Province as a center of diversification: the phylogeny of the genus Microlipophrys (Pisces: Blenniidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 58:409–413Google Scholar
  4. Almada VC, Sousa-Santos C (2010) Comparisons of the genetic structure of Squalius populations (Pisces, Cyprinidae) from rivers with contrasting histories, drainage areas and climatic conditions. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57:924–931Google Scholar
  5. Pereira AM, Robalo JI, Freyhof J, Maia C, Fonseca JP, Valente A, Almada VC (2010) Phylogeographical analysis reveals multiple conservation units in brook lampreys Lampetra planeri of Portuguese streams. Journal of Fish Biology 77:361–371Google Scholar
  6. Robalo JI, Almada VC, Levy A, Doardrio I (2007) Re-examination and phylogeny of the genus Chondrostoma based on mitochondrial and nuclear data and the definition of 5 new genera. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 42:362–372Google Scholar
  7. Silva K, Vieira MN, Almada VC, Monteiro NM (2007) The effect of temperature on mate preferences and female-female interactions in Syngnathus abaster. Animal Behaviour 74: 1525–1533Google Scholar
  8. Henriques M, Gonçalves EJ, Almada VC (2007) Rapid shifts in a marine fish assemblage follow fluctuations in winter sea conditions. Marine Ecology Progress Series 340:259–270Google Scholar
  9. Faria C, Almada VC (2006) Patterns of spatial distribution and behaviour of fish on a rocky intertidal platform at high-tide. Marine Ecology Progress Series 316:155–164Google Scholar
  10. Domingues VS, Santos RS, Brito A, Almada VC (2006) Historical population dynamics and demography of the eastern Atlantic pomacentrid Chromis limbata (Valenciennes, 1833). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 40:139–147Google Scholar
  11. Almada F, Almada VC, Guillemaud T, Wirtz P (2005) Phylogenetic relationships of the north-eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean blenniids. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 86:283–295Google Scholar
  12. Amorim MCP, Almada VC (2005) The outcome of male-male encounters affects subsequent sound production during courtship in the cichlid fish Oreochromis mossambicus. Animal Behaviour 69:595–601Google Scholar
  13. dos Santos ME, Almada VC (2003) A case for passive sonar: foraging by bottlenose dolphins in a turbid estuary. In: Thomas J, Moss C, Vater M (eds) Advances in the study of echolocation: comparison between bats and dolphins. University of Chicago Press, Chicago (pp. 400–403)Google Scholar
  14. Almada VC, Oliveira RF, Gonçalves EJ, Almeida A, Santos RS (2001) Patterns of diversity of the North-Eastern Atlantic blenniid fish fauna (Pisces: Bleniidae). Global Ecology and Biogeography 10:411–422Google Scholar
  15. Gonçalves EJ, Almada VC (1998). A comparative study of territoriality in intertidal and subtidal blennioids (Teleostei: Blennioidei). Environmental Biology of Fishes 51:257–264Google Scholar
  16. Oliveira RF, Almada VC (1998) Androgenization of dominant males in a cichlid fish: androgens mediate the social modulation of the expression of male sexual traits. Ethology 104:841–858Google Scholar
  17. Almada VC, Gonçalves EJ, Oliveira RF, Santos AJ (1995) Courting females: ecological constraints affect sex roles in a natural population of the blenniid fish, Salaria pavo. Animal Behaviour 49:1125–1127Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Eco-Ethology Research UnitISPA-Instituto UniversitárioLisbonPortugal

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