2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212008000400008
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. Diet of five species of Hemiodontidae (Teleostei, Characiformes) in the area of influence of the Balbina reservoir, Uatumã River, State of Amazonas, Brazil. The diet of five species of Hemiodontidae (Hemiodus argenteus (Pellegrin, 1908), H. atranalis (Fowler, 1940), H. immaculatus (Kner, 1858, H. microlepis (Kner, 1858) e H. unimaculatus (Bloch, 1794)) from the area of influence of the Balbina Reservoir, Uatumã River, northern Brazil, was investigated. Fish were collected bimonthly from April 2005 t… Show more

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“…In Brazil, in recent decades there has been an increase in studies related to natural fish feeding, with a higher concentration for the species of major commercial interest, mainly of rivers and lakes in the North, South and Southeast regions of the country. Knowing the diet and food interaction of fish in natural or artificial environments with the environment provides important ecological information, such as the mechanisms that allow the coexistence and exploitation of resources by several species (Goulding 1980) to understand the behavior of these species in face of changes in environmental conditions and food availability (Silva et al 2008).…”
Section: The Studies On Natural Fish Feedingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Brazil, in recent decades there has been an increase in studies related to natural fish feeding, with a higher concentration for the species of major commercial interest, mainly of rivers and lakes in the North, South and Southeast regions of the country. Knowing the diet and food interaction of fish in natural or artificial environments with the environment provides important ecological information, such as the mechanisms that allow the coexistence and exploitation of resources by several species (Goulding 1980) to understand the behavior of these species in face of changes in environmental conditions and food availability (Silva et al 2008).…”
Section: The Studies On Natural Fish Feedingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1). A detailed description of the area can be found in Silva et al (2008). Institutional abbreviations are listed at http://www.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Este índice también fue empleado para la identificación del hábito alimentario de las especies. Los ítems con valores superiores a 0,5 definieron su hábito (20,21).…”
Section: Método De Frecuencia De Ocurrencia Volumétrico E íNdice De unclassified