2018
DOI: 10.1089/zeb.2018.1577
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Cytogenetic Trends in Two Families of the Neotropical Catfishes: Heptapteridae and Pseudopimelodidae (Siluriformes)

Abstract: Several neotropical Siluriformes groups suffered important taxonomic revisions based on the evaluation of morphological and molecular characteristics that allow the construction of new phylogenetic hypothesis. In the present study were cytogenetically analyzed six species belonging to Heptapteridae (Cetopsorhamdia iheringi, Phenacorhamdia tenebrosa, Rhamdella eriarcha, Pimelodella meeki, Pimelodella australis, Heptapterus mustelinus) and two to Pseudopimelodidae families (Microglanis cottoides and Microglanis … Show more

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“…Some species of Batrochoglanis and Microglanis are popular in the aquarium trade (Shibatta, 2003) and Lophiosilurus , a Rio São Francisco endemic, is used in aquaculture (Costa et al, 2015; Sato et al, 2003). In addition, pseudopimelodids have been in the subjects of various studies on development (Guimarães‐Cruz et al, 2009), cytogenetics (Gouveia et al, 2018; Martinez et al, 2004), mitogenomics (Carvalho et al, 2016), internal anatomy (Abrahão et al, 2018, 2021; Abrahão & Shibatta, 2015; Birindelli & Shibatta, 2011), and biogeography (Rangel‐Medrano et al, 2020; Souza‐Shibatta et al, 2018).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some species of Batrochoglanis and Microglanis are popular in the aquarium trade (Shibatta, 2003) and Lophiosilurus , a Rio São Francisco endemic, is used in aquaculture (Costa et al, 2015; Sato et al, 2003). In addition, pseudopimelodids have been in the subjects of various studies on development (Guimarães‐Cruz et al, 2009), cytogenetics (Gouveia et al, 2018; Martinez et al, 2004), mitogenomics (Carvalho et al, 2016), internal anatomy (Abrahão et al, 2018, 2021; Abrahão & Shibatta, 2015; Birindelli & Shibatta, 2011), and biogeography (Rangel‐Medrano et al, 2020; Souza‐Shibatta et al, 2018).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%