2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2019.105407
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Molecular identification of ray species traded along the Brazilian Amazon coast

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“…Despite the existence of catch and trade prohibitions, recent studies have demonstrated that several highly endangered species, including C. porosus, are continually caught in the BNC [22,80,81]. Furthermore, fishers report the lack of dialogue between the environmental agencies and their communities, as well as the virtually complete absence of inspections in the largest fishing ports of the region [78].…”
Section: Conservation Problems and Future Strategiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Despite the existence of catch and trade prohibitions, recent studies have demonstrated that several highly endangered species, including C. porosus, are continually caught in the BNC [22,80,81]. Furthermore, fishers report the lack of dialogue between the environmental agencies and their communities, as well as the virtually complete absence of inspections in the largest fishing ports of the region [78].…”
Section: Conservation Problems and Future Strategiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The specimen was morphologically identified based on the following diagnostic characters proposed by Stehmann et al (1978), indicated in the original description (Werner, 1904) State; see Figure 1). This area comprises estuaries, other sandy or muddy bottoms, and reef environments located on the coastlines of the Brazilian States of Pará (Barthem, 1985;Camargo & Isaac, 2001;Freitas et al, 2019b;Pinheiro & Frédou, 2004;Rodrigues-Filho et al, 2020;Santo et al, 2005;Silva et al, 2016), Maranhão (Almeida et al, 2011;Aragão et al, 2019;Guimarães-Costa et al, 2019;Lessa, 1986;Martins-Juras et al, 1987;Nunes et al, 2005Nunes et al, , 2011Rocha & Rosa, 2001;Silva et al, 2018), Piauí (Aragão et al, 2019;Guimarães-Costa et al, 2019;Mai et al, 2012;Melo et al, 2016) and…”
Section: Fishmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The difficulty in correctly identifying cartilaginous fish is due to the fact that they arrive either already in processed state in markets, or only their fins are landed, making morphological identification impossible (VOOREN & KLIPPEL, 2006). Because of this, molecular markers have been widely applied to identify species exhibiting economic interest (WARD et al, 2005;KYLE & WILSON, 2007;SEVILLA et al, 2007;HOLMES et al, 2009;ASIS et al, 2014;BINEESH et al, 2015;FIELDS et al, 2015;SEMBIRING et al, 2015;VAN DER MERWE & GLEDHILL, 2015;CHUANG et al, 2016;STEINKE et al, 2017;ALMERÓN-SOUZA et al, 2018;FEITOSA et al, 2018;FERRETE et al, 2019;HAQUE et al, 2019;HELLBERG et al, 2019;MUTTAQIN et al, 2019;RODRIGUES-FILHO et al, 2020).…”
Section: Molecular Identificationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These stocks are among the most vulnerable to the negative effects of fishing worldwide, indicating that genetic population characterization and stock evaluations are vital (FEITOSA et al, 2018;RODRIGUES FILHO et al, 2020). In the case of I. oxyrhynchus, for example, studies indicate that this species continues to be affected, as fishing removes not only adult males and females, but also immature individuals, influencing stock replacements in the Amazon region, thus altering the status of this species from endangered to almost extinct (LESSA et al, 2016).…”
Section: Genetic Diversitymentioning
confidence: 99%
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