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“…The dominance of the Sciaenidae and Ariidae families is consistent with the results found in other estuaries in the North and Northeast regions of Brazil (Lira & Teixeira, 2008;Sanders & Hjort, 2011;Chao et al, 2015;Dantas et al, 2016). Both families are composed of generalist species that normally inhabit sandy-muddy soft bottoms Le Bail et al, 2000).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 83%
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“…The dominance of the Sciaenidae and Ariidae families is consistent with the results found in other estuaries in the North and Northeast regions of Brazil (Lira & Teixeira, 2008;Sanders & Hjort, 2011;Chao et al, 2015;Dantas et al, 2016). Both families are composed of generalist species that normally inhabit sandy-muddy soft bottoms Le Bail et al, 2000).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 83%
“…The fish assembly of São Marcos Bay is strongly inhabited by small individuals mainly of the Engraulidea family, which is characterized by the formation of shoals. In the coastal region of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, the order Clupeiformes showed relative abundance among the species that occur in the region of Ponta Negra (Gurgel et al, 2012), even as Jaguaribe beach, Itamaracá, Pernambuco (Lira & Teixeira, 2008).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Thus, L. grossidens derived from freshwater lineages, where Jurengraulis juruensis was the basal lineages, the topology is fully resolved as follows: (Jurengraulis, (Amazonsprattus, (Anchoviella, (Pterengraulis, (Lycengraulis batesii, (L. poeyi, L. grossidens)))))) (Bloom & Lovejoy 2012). (Evermann & Kendall 1906, Hildebrand 1943, Menezes 1950, Fuster de Plaza & Boschi 1961, Vieira et al 1996, Benedito-Cecilio et al 1997, Saint-Paul et al 2000, Saad et al 2002, Joyeux et al 2004, Cervigón 2005, Ramos 2005, Bortoluzzi et al 2006, Burns et al 2006, Queiroz et al 2006, Loebmann et al 2008, Sánchez-Botero et al 2008, Costa & SouzaConceição 2009 (Figure 3 (Schultz 1949, Fuster de Plaza & Boschi 1961, Valdez & Aguilera 1987, Whitehead et al 1988, Albuquerque 1994, Santos et al 1998, Kullender & Ferraris 2003, Cervigón 2005, Guedes et al 2005, Silva 2006, Lira & Teixeira 2008, Santos et al 2008, Mai et al 2012 (Figure 3). …”
Section: Phylogenetic Relationshipsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Brazilian waters, researches aimed to understand the ecological role of species that reside or temporarily inhabit this ecosystem. In northeastern Brazil, for example, it can be mentioned studies on the composition of the ichthyofauna of three sandy beaches of Maceió, Alagoas (Teixeira & Almeida 1998) and Jaguaribe Beach, Pernambuco (Lira & Teixeira 2008. Nevertheless, there is no publication that compares the composition and temporal variation on the fish assemblage structure in the surf zone in relation to other coastal environments, distribution of their life stages, or identification of those that are residents.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%