Evolution of Species and Electric Signal Diversity
in the Neotropical Electric Fish Gymnotus

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Osteology - Page 2

Members of Clade E are paedomorphic in many aspects of their biology, morphology and life history. Most achieve small adult body sizes (120-220 mm total length), and as adults they retain the insectivorous habits of juvenile members of out-group taxa.