2020
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2018-0707
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Fish fauna from the Paranapanema River basin, Brazil

Abstract: The Paranapanema River is an important, extensively explored tributary of the Upper Paraná River basin. The fish fauna of the Paranapanema River has been investigated since the 1990s; however, no study has characterized the richness of fish species throughout the basin, including the main channel of the river, marginal lagoons, its tributaries, and sub-tributaries. Thus, we performed a review with 90 independent studies conducted at the upper, middle, and lower sections of the basin. We recorded 225 species, o… Show more

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“…The results presented in this study showed a high diversity of fishes (100 species) among the fish collected in the Laranjinha River. Such results follow the pattern found in the Neotropical regions, showing the dominance of Siluriformes and Characiformes (Agostinho et al 1997, Lowe-McConnell 1999, Jarduli et al 2020. Furthermore, among Paranapanema River tributaries, the number of species is lower if compared to the Tibagi River basin, where 158 species were registered (Lobón-Cerviá & Bennemann 2000, Bennemann et al 2006, 2011, Shibatta & Cheida 2003, Hoffmann et al 2005, Oliveira & Bennemann et al 2005, Jerep et al 2006, Sant'Anna et al 2006, Shibatta et al 2002, 2006a, 2006b, Galves et al 2007, Vieira & Shibatta 2007, Orsi 2010, Raio & Bennemann 2010, Garcia et al 2014, Frantine-Silva et al 2015, Almeida et al 2018, Jerep & Shibatta 2017, Claro-Garcia et al 2018, and to the Cinzas River, with 114 species (Hoffmann et al 2005, Vianna & Nogueira, 2008, Orsi 2010, Bennemann et al 2011, Costa et al 2013, Frantine-Silva et al 2015, Almeida et al 2018.…”
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confidence: 82%
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“…The results presented in this study showed a high diversity of fishes (100 species) among the fish collected in the Laranjinha River. Such results follow the pattern found in the Neotropical regions, showing the dominance of Siluriformes and Characiformes (Agostinho et al 1997, Lowe-McConnell 1999, Jarduli et al 2020. Furthermore, among Paranapanema River tributaries, the number of species is lower if compared to the Tibagi River basin, where 158 species were registered (Lobón-Cerviá & Bennemann 2000, Bennemann et al 2006, 2011, Shibatta & Cheida 2003, Hoffmann et al 2005, Oliveira & Bennemann et al 2005, Jerep et al 2006, Sant'Anna et al 2006, Shibatta et al 2002, 2006a, 2006b, Galves et al 2007, Vieira & Shibatta 2007, Orsi 2010, Raio & Bennemann 2010, Garcia et al 2014, Frantine-Silva et al 2015, Almeida et al 2018, Jerep & Shibatta 2017, Claro-Garcia et al 2018, and to the Cinzas River, with 114 species (Hoffmann et al 2005, Vianna & Nogueira, 2008, Orsi 2010, Bennemann et al 2011, Costa et al 2013, Frantine-Silva et al 2015, Almeida et al 2018.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 82%
“…The validity of the species was checked using Fricke et al (2019), and the classification was based using Van der Laan et al (2020). The species were identified following Ota et al (2018), Jarduli et al (2020), Terán et al (2020), and in the lack of information about the species from the authors before mentioned, personal communication with specialists took place (i.e., FC Jerep, CDCM de Santana, CAM Oliveira and CH Zawadzki). The riparian vegetation is poorly preserved on both river banks; some upstream rapids, however, a calm water segment prevails until the confluence between Laranjinha and Cinzas Rivers, including a rocky and sandy (primary) substrate; average width of approximately 48m.…”
Section: Data Collectionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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