characid


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New characid fish, Hyphessokycon scutulatus, from the rio Teles Pires drainage, upper rio Tapajos system (Ostariophysi: Characiformes: Characidae).
Winemiller (1992) noted that medium-sized characids usually have a periodic life strategy characterized by late maturity, large numbers of eggs and low survival.
Relatively few researchers have previously explored the potential of anal-fin hook arrangements as a source of information on the systematics of any given characid group (for exceptions see Weitzman & Fink 1985: 30-31 for Glandulocaudinae; Malabarba 1998: 211-212, and Malabarba & Weitman 2000: 277, 279 for Cheirodontinae).
In addition to Hoplias, the characid Hemibrycon taeniurus and the cichlid Aequidens pulcher are both absent above the barrier waterfalls in the Guanapo River (Gilliam et al.
Acestrorhynchus lacustris (Lutken, 1875) is a midsized characid which prefers lentic habitats such as lagoons, small streams and backwaters of rivers, and it often preys in shoals (SILVA; GOITEIN, 2009).
Oxidative stress biomarkers in the freshwater characid fish Bryconcephalus exposed to organophosphorus insecticide Folisuper 600 (methyl parathion).
Evidence for dispersal of fig seeds by the fruit-eating characid fish Brycon guatemalensis Regan in a Costa Rican tropical rain forest.
for project 20101009235: "A study of the biology, ecology and genetic diversity of the characid fish, Brycon henni, in the Nare and Guatape River drainages, Antioquia, Colombia", during which the specimens of Hemibrycon described in this study were collected.
Description a new genus with new species from southern Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, with a discussion of a putative characid clade (Teleostei: Characiformes: Characidae).
Description of new genus with six new species from southern Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, with a discussion of a putative characid clade (Teleostei: Characiformes: Characidae).
Even though this characid occurs in other hydrographic basins, such as the Amazon Basin, no study has been conducted on its parasites in the region, or any research has not been performed on the ectoparasites harbored by this fish.
Relationships among major lineages of characid fishes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi: Characiformes), based on molecular sequence data.
The findings of the aforementioned authors corroborate the present study, and characid of the genus Astyanax were found in all sampling sites, whose environmental characteristics revealed several types of anthropogenic influence.