William GR Crampton
William GR Crampton
Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Central Florida
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Miocene marine incursions and marine/freshwater transitions: Evidence from Neotropical fishes
NR Lovejoy, JS Albert, WGR Crampton
Journal of South American Earth Sciences 21 (1-2), 5-13, 2006
2232006
Miocene tectonism and the separation of cis-and trans-Andean river basins: Evidence from Neotropical fishes
JS Albert, NR Lovejoy, WGR Crampton
Journal of South American Earth Sciences 21 (1-2), 14-27, 2006
1852006
Diversity and phylogeny of Neotropical electric fishes (Gymnotiformes)
JS Albert, WGR Crampton
Electroreception, 360-409, 2005
1622005
Sexual signal evolution outpaces ecological divergence during electric fish species radiation
ME Arnegard, PB McIntyre, LJ Harmon, ML Zelditch, WGR Crampton, ...
The American Naturalist 176 (3), 335-356, 2010
1502010
Evolution of electric signal diversity in gymnotiform fishes
WGR Crampton, JS Albert
Communication in fishes 2, 647-731, 2006
1492006
Effects of anoxia on the distribution, respiratory strategies and electric signal diversity of gymnotiform fishes
WGR Crampton
Journal of Fish Biology 53, 307-330, 1998
1401998
Seven new species of the Neotropical electric fish Gymnotus (Teleostei, Gymnotiformes) with a redescription of G. carapo (Linnaeus)
JS Albert, WGR Crampton
Magnolia Press, 2003
1262003
A comparison of fish diversity and abundance between nutrient-rich and nutrient-poor lakes in the Upper Amazon
PA Henderson, WGR Crampton
Journal of Tropical Ecology, 175-198, 1997
1181997
Phylogenetic systematics and historical biogeography of the Neotropical electric fish Gymnotus (Teleostei: Gymnotidae)
JS Albert, WGR Crampton, DH Thorsen, NR Lovejoy
Systematics and Biodiversity 2 (4), 375-417, 2005
1012005
Electric signal design and habitat preferences in a species rich assemblage of gymnotiform fishes from the Upper Amazon basin
WGR Crampton
Anais-Academia Brasileira de Ciencias 70, 805-848, 1998
941998
Miocene deposits in the Amazonian foreland basin
C Hoorn, CGM Paxton, WGR Crampton, P Burgess, LG Marshall, ...
Science, 122-125, 1996
921996
An ecological perspective on diversity and distributions
WGR Crampton
Historical biogeography of Neotropical freshwater fishes, 165-189, 2011
902011
Phylogeny, biogeography, and electric signal evolution of Neotropical knifefishes of the genus Gymnotus (Osteichthyes: Gymnotidae)
NR Lovejoy, K Lester, WGR Crampton, FPL Marques, JS Albert
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 54 (1), 278-290, 2010
902010
A preservação eo uso sustentado dos pirarucus em Mamirauá
HL Queiroz, HL Sardinha, AD (eds: Queiroz, WGR Crampton
Estratégias para Manejo de Recursos Pesqueiros de Mamirauá. Soc. Civil …, 1999
841999
Electroreception and electrogenesis
JS Albert, WGR Crampton
The physiology of fishes 3, 431-472, 2005
732005
Chromosomal evidence for a putative cryptic species in the Gymnotus carapo species-complex (Gymnotiformes, Gymnotidae)
SSR Milhomem, JC Pieczarka, WGR Crampton, DS Silva, ACP De Souza, ...
BMC genetics 9 (1), 1-10, 2008
702008
A new species of Gymnotus (Gymnotiformes, Gymnotidae) from Uruguay: description of a model species in neurophysiological research
MM Richer-de-Forges, WGR Crampton, JS Albert
Copeia 2009 (3), 538-544, 2009
692009
Os peixes da Reserva Mamirauá: diversidade e história natural na planície alagável da Amazônia
WGR Crampton
Estrategias para Manejo de Recursos Pesqueiros em Mamiraua. Sociedade Civil …, 1999
641999
Gymnotiform fish: an important component of Amazonian fioodplain fish communities
WGR Crampton
Journal of Fish Biology 48 (2), 298-301, 1996
601996
A new Gymnotus (Teleostei: Gymnotiformes: Gymnotidae) from the Pantanal Matogrossense of Brazil and adjacent drainages: continued documentation of a cryptic fauna
FMC Fernandes, JS Albert, MDFZ Daniel-Silva, CE Lopes, ...
Zootaxa 933 (1), 1-14, 2005
572005
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