||Tilapia mossambica (part.) (non Peters, 1852) #2
- Tilapia mossambica (part.) (non Peters, 1852) :
Trewavas, 1937The fossil cichlid fishes of Dr. L. S. B. Leakey's expedition to Kenya in 1934-1935.
| Trewavas, 1941 aNyasa fishes of the genus Tilapia and an new species from Portuguese East Africa.
| Barnard, 1948 bRevision of the South African Cichlidae. Synonymy and notes on the species.
| Jubb, 1952 cSome notes on freshwater fishes in Southern Rhodesia.
| Jubb, 1954 bA note on a collection of freshwater fishes being prepared for the Queen Victoria Museum.
| Lowe-Mcconnell, 1955 aThe fecundity of Tilapia species.
| Jubb, 1958 dA preliminary report on the collections of freshwater fishes made by the Bernard Carp expeditions to the Caprivi Strip, 1949, the lower Sabi river, 1950, and to Barotseland, 1952.
| Fryer, 1960 gStudies on some parasitic crustaceans on African freshwater fishes (with description of a new copepod of the genus Ergasilus and a new branchiuran of the genus Chonopeltis).
| Mortimer, 1960 bObservations on the biology of Tilapia andersonii (Castelnau) (Pisces, Cichlidae) in northern Rhodesia.
| Hickling, 1961Tropical inland fisheries.
| Jackson, 1961 aCheck-list of the fishes of Nyasaland.
| Jubb, 1961 bAn illustrated guide to the freshwater fishes of the Zambezi river, Lake Kariba, Pungwe, Sabi, Lundi and Limpopo rivers.
| Peters, 1961Zur morphologischen Kennzeichnung der ethologischen Gruppen der Gattung Tilapia (Teleostei, Cichlidae).
| Jubb, 1963 cA revised list of the freshwater fishes of southern Africa.
| Jubb, 1967 aFreshwater fishes of southern Africa.
| Meschkat, 1967The status of warm-water fish culture in Africa.
| Mortimer, 1967A rational approach to fish culture in rural areas of Zambia.
| Hickling, 1968Fish-hybridization..
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