2019
DOI: 10.11606/1807-0205/2019.59.01
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Abstract: Fishes from the coastal basins of the Mid-Northeastern Caatinga ecoregion (MNCE) were first sampled by the Stanford expedition at the beginning of the 20th century, and published by Edwin C. Starks in 1913. This material included specimens from the Papary lake (= Papari lagoon) in the lower portion of the Trairí river basin, draining towards the eastern coast of Rio Grande do Norte State. In 1941, Henry Fowler provided a broad taxonomic study of the freshwater fishes from northeastern Brazil, including materia… Show more

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“…This result has two reasons: first, it is due to the low representativeness of species that are normally found in the upper and middle reaches of the basin, such as Bryconamericus ornaticeps ( Figure 2C), Rhamdioglanis transfasciatus ( Figure 2F) and Rhamdia quelen (Figure 2E). Second, as it is the lowest part of the basin, closer to the ocean, it houses peripheral freshwater species like Awaous tajasica and Eleotris pisonis (Medeiros et al 2019), rarer in our samples. Mugil liza, a marine species, also contributed to this highest rarity value, being found on only one occasion.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…This result has two reasons: first, it is due to the low representativeness of species that are normally found in the upper and middle reaches of the basin, such as Bryconamericus ornaticeps ( Figure 2C), Rhamdioglanis transfasciatus ( Figure 2F) and Rhamdia quelen (Figure 2E). Second, as it is the lowest part of the basin, closer to the ocean, it houses peripheral freshwater species like Awaous tajasica and Eleotris pisonis (Medeiros et al 2019), rarer in our samples. Mugil liza, a marine species, also contributed to this highest rarity value, being found on only one occasion.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…At least four of these are exploited by the aquarium trade (A. ocellatus, B. splendens, P. reticu lata, and P. sphenops) and one is farmed (O. niloticus) (Leão et al 2011;Brito et al 2013). All five are found in several river basins in the Mid-Northeastern Caatinga, as shown by Rodrigues-Filho et al (2016), Berbel-Filho et al (2018, and Medeiros et al (2019). Poecilia sphenops is reported from the Northeastern Atlantic Forest ecoregion in Sergipe state (Brito et al 2013;, and our data on this species represents the first record of this non-native species in the Mid-Northeastern Caatinga ecoregion.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Tropical estuaries are rich in biodiversity, especially fishes (Blaber 2000), and there has been an increasing number of inventories published on the fish fauna in northeastern Brazil over the past few decades (Andrade-Tubino et al 2008;Paiva et al 2014;Lira et al 2015;Costa et al 2017;Guimarães-Costa et al 2019;Medeiros et al 2019;Lima et al 2020). Published taxonomic surveys on the fish fauna in estuaries of Ceará state are few in both space and time, and they are often part of grey literature.…”
Section: Fish Fauna From the Estuaries Of Ceará State Brazil: A Check...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…O que demonstra que a bacia é ainda pouco conhecida ictiologicamente, sendo necessária uma análise mais aprofundada para atualizar as informações sobre a composição e conservação da ictiofauna, mostrando assim, a relevância do presente estudo. COSTA et al, 2017;MEDEIROS et al, 2019;NASCIMENTO et al, 2014;OLIVEIRA-SILVA et al, 2018). Aguiarnópolis.…”
Section: The Fish Fauna Of Rio Tocantins Araguaia-tocantins Basin: Cunclassified