2020
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2020-0962
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Inventory of the fish fauna from Laranjinha River, Paranapanema River system, Brazil

Abstract: This work is the most comprehensive survey of the Laranjinha River´s fishes, a tributary of the Cinzas River, Paranapanema River basin. Throughout its course, there is only a low-height dam, including a transposition system located 98 km from its mouth. The sampling was carried out in nine locations, from the source to the mouth, with six field incursions in each location, using different fishing gear. A total of 11,924 fish were collected, distributed in seven orders, 27 families, and 100 species. The most re… Show more

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“…After a few days, the fish were transferred to 70% ethanol in the laboratory and deposited in the Ichthyological Collection of the Research Centre in Limnology, Ichthyology, and Aquaculture (NUP, Maringá). The identification of taxa was based on original descriptions or study material from the streams of the following basins: Das Cinzas River (Frota et al, 2020; Galindo et al, 2020); Iguaçu River (Baumgartner et al, 2012; Mezzaroba et al, 2020); Itararé River (Cetra et al, 2016; Frota et al, 2020); Ivaí River (Frota et al, 2016a); Piquiri River (Cavalli et al, 2018); Ribeira de Iguape River (Oyakawa et al, 2006; Frota et al, 2019); and Tibagi River (Hoffmann, Nascimento & Shibatta, 2015; Claro‐Garcia, Assega & Shibatta, 2018). In addition, several identifications were confirmed by experts in each taxonomic group.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…After a few days, the fish were transferred to 70% ethanol in the laboratory and deposited in the Ichthyological Collection of the Research Centre in Limnology, Ichthyology, and Aquaculture (NUP, Maringá). The identification of taxa was based on original descriptions or study material from the streams of the following basins: Das Cinzas River (Frota et al, 2020; Galindo et al, 2020); Iguaçu River (Baumgartner et al, 2012; Mezzaroba et al, 2020); Itararé River (Cetra et al, 2016; Frota et al, 2020); Ivaí River (Frota et al, 2016a); Piquiri River (Cavalli et al, 2018); Ribeira de Iguape River (Oyakawa et al, 2006; Frota et al, 2019); and Tibagi River (Hoffmann, Nascimento & Shibatta, 2015; Claro‐Garcia, Assega & Shibatta, 2018). In addition, several identifications were confirmed by experts in each taxonomic group.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%