Phylogenetic relationships of the Lake Tanganyika cichlid tribe Lamprologini: The story from mitochondrial DNA Pages 629-642 Julia J. Day, Simona Santini and Jaime Garcia-Moreno Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45
I downloaded a "article in press"-version of that article a few months ago. The tree they came up with is really interesting. For example: the relationship between the look-a-likes "L". multifasciatus and "L". similis. They seem to be quite far apart...
and caudo and leloupi too... really strange and telmato vittatus and brichardi/bifrenatus !!!!!! T. vittatus beeing closely related to the congolese sp (congoensis and teugelsi) ! nl olivaceous belongs to savoryi grpoup and helianthus to brichardi group (everybody knows that it's the contrary !! These 2 groups beeing clearly separated as well as the large and small Julidochromis (the small one including Chalinochromis)
and tatracanthus in the text instead of tretocephalus