Here is Episode 4 of the All About Fishes Podcast from December 8, 2017. In it, I discuss three manuscripts; you can find links to each below. Just click on the link to open the podcast in a new window.
Bishop, C.R., J.M. Hughes, D.J. Schmidt. Mitogenomic analysis of the Australian lungfish (Neoceratodus forsteri) reveals structuring of indigenous riverine populations and late Pleistocene movement between drainage basins. Conservation Genetics. Link to the journal article
Clark Jr., R.D., J. R. Bence, R.M. Claramunt, J.A. Clevenger, M.S. Kornis, C.R. Bronte, C.P. Madenjian, E.F. Roseman. Changes in movements on Chinook Salmon between lakes Huron and Michigan after Alewife population collapse. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. Link to the journal article
Gerringer M.E., J.C. Drazen, T.D. Linley, A.P. Summers, A.J. Jamieson, P.H. Yancey. Distribution, composition, and functions of gelatinous tissues in deep-sea fishes. Royal Society Open Science. Link to the journal article