2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1679-62252012000100002
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A new species of Anchoviella Fowler, 1911 (Clupeiformes: Engraulidae) from the Amazon basin, Brazil

Abstract: A new species of Anchoviella Fowler, 1911 (Clupeiformes: Engraulidae) from the Amazon basin, BrazilMarina V. Loeb Anchoviella juruasanga is described from the drainages of rios Negro, Madeira, Tapajós, Trombetas, Tocantins, and Jari, in the Amazon basin, Brazil. The new species is distinguished from its congeners by having a short upper jaw, with its posterior tip extending between the verticals through anterior and posterior margins of the pupil (vs. posterior tip of upper jaw extending beyond the vertical th… Show more

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“…Available literature records about the ichthyofauna of the rio Tapajós basin are primarily concerned with the description of new species (Bertaco & Malabarba 2007, Bertaco & Carvalho 2005a, b, Bertaco & Garutti 2007, Birindelli et al 2008, Britski & Garavello 1980, 1993, Britski & Lima 2008, Caires & Figueiredo 2011, Caires 2013, Calegari et al 2013, Carvalho & Bertaco 2006, Castro 1993, Carvalho & Datovo 2012, Campos-da-Paz 2002, Costa 1991, 1994, Dagosta & Netto-Ferreira 2015, Eigenmann 1908, 1917, de Oliveira et al 2010, Dutra et al 2012, Espíndola et al 2014, Fink 1979, Feitosa et al 2011, Fichberg et al 2014, Fink 1979, Fisch-Muller et al 2005a, b, Géry 1980, Hollanda-Carvalho & Weber 2005, Isbrücker & Nijessen 1989, Kullander 1988, Kullander 1990, Kullander & Ferreira 2006, Langeani 1999, Lima et al 2007, Lima & Flausino 2016, Loeb 2012, Lucena 2003, Lujan et al 2010, Lundberg & Mago-Leccia 1986…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Available literature records about the ichthyofauna of the rio Tapajós basin are primarily concerned with the description of new species (Bertaco & Malabarba 2007, Bertaco & Carvalho 2005a, b, Bertaco & Garutti 2007, Birindelli et al 2008, Britski & Garavello 1980, 1993, Britski & Lima 2008, Caires & Figueiredo 2011, Caires 2013, Calegari et al 2013, Carvalho & Bertaco 2006, Castro 1993, Carvalho & Datovo 2012, Campos-da-Paz 2002, Costa 1991, 1994, Dagosta & Netto-Ferreira 2015, Eigenmann 1908, 1917, de Oliveira et al 2010, Dutra et al 2012, Espíndola et al 2014, Fink 1979, Feitosa et al 2011, Fichberg et al 2014, Fink 1979, Fisch-Muller et al 2005a, b, Géry 1980, Hollanda-Carvalho & Weber 2005, Isbrücker & Nijessen 1989, Kullander 1988, Kullander 1990, Kullander & Ferreira 2006, Langeani 1999, Lima et al 2007, Lima & Flausino 2016, Loeb 2012, Lucena 2003, Lujan et al 2010, Lundberg & Mago-Leccia 1986…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The family Engraulidae comprises about 140 species worldwide, with some marine species entering brackish or freshwater environments (Whitehead et al 1988;Kullander and Ferraris 2003). The genus Anchoviella lives in marine, estuarine, or freshwater habitats in South, Central, and North America (Loeb 2012). These specimens from Pantanal are currently being studied as part of a taxonomic review of Anchoviella (M. Loeb, personal communication).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Number of species per grid cell (4 by 4 degree latitude-longitude resolution) is represented by cool (low diversity) to warm (high diversity) colors. Individual species distribution compiled from Whitehead [16] and Whitehead et al [17], Wongratana [125], Gourène and Teugels [126], Peng and Zhao [127], Castro-Aguirre and Viverro [128], Randall [129], Nelson and McCarthy [130], Siebert [34], Britz and Kottelat [131], Menezes and De Pinna [132], Stiassny [97], Castro-Aguirre et al [133], Roberts [134], Borsa et al [135], Kimura et al [136], Loeb [13], DiBattista et al [14] and Randall and DiBattista [137]. B) The 12 biogeographical units used in the ancestral ranges reconstruction analysis; each unit was delimited by landmasses, vast expanses of open ocean and water temperature.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%