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“…Belly pale. This study presents the first record of albinism in Sciades parkeri, a threatened species [ 4 ], increasing albinism in Ariidae family [ 8,9 ] and expands records for Amazon estuary. Albinism is an inherited condition genetically determined or environmentally induced, that results in little or total absence of pigment in the skin and eyes [ 10,11 ].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 66%
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“…Belly pale. This study presents the first record of albinism in Sciades parkeri, a threatened species [ 4 ], increasing albinism in Ariidae family [ 8,9 ] and expands records for Amazon estuary. Albinism is an inherited condition genetically determined or environmentally induced, that results in little or total absence of pigment in the skin and eyes [ 10,11 ].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 66%
“…Although considered rare in vertebrate groups [ 12 ], the albinism in fish is most common, as it is, in Elasmobranchii fishes such as sharks and stingrays (e.g. [ [13][14][15][16] ]) and also Catfishes, as well as representatives of the families Ariidae, Ictaluridae, Loriicaridae, Pimelodidae and Siluridae [ 8,9 ]. It is worth mentioning that it seems more common in Ariidae species that, likewise most sharks and stingrays, inhabit brackish and marine waters, whereas the other aforementioned families inhabit freshwater strictly.…”
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“…Albinism and leucism have been observed in different varieties of animals including fishes and they are not exclusive to any ecological or taxonomical group. It has been reported in more than 20 species of teleost and 36 species of cartilaginous fishes from freshwater and marine environment www.trjfas.org ISSN 1303-2712DOI: 10.4194/1303-2712 worldwide (Veena, Thomas, Raje, & Durgekar, 2011;Leal, Horst-Schulz, Lehmann-Albornoz, Machado, & Ott, 2013;Wakida-Kusunoki & Amador-del-Ángel, 2013). …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%