2002
DOI: 10.1590/1809-43922002321168
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Ocorrência de ovos e larvas de Characiformes migradores no Rio Negro, Amazonas, Brasil

Abstract: RESUMO -A ocorrência de ovos e larvas de sete espécies de Characiformes migradores em estágio de larval vitelino, pré-flexão e flexão, é descrita pela primeira vez para o rio Negro. É discutida a possibilidade de desova dessas espécies neste sistema pela fase de desenvolvimento ontogênico em que foram capturadas.Palavras-chave: Amazônia, peixe, larva, desova, Characiformes. Occurrence of Eggs and Larvae of Migratory Chaciformes Fish in the Negro River, Amazonas, BrazilABSTRACT -The occurrence of larvae and egg… Show more

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“…Considering these aspects, black water rivers of the Amazon basin, with its low-nutrient content, are very different from the whitewater rivers (Goulding et al, 1988;Walker, 1990) and poorly studied (Oliveira & Ferreira, 2002).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Considering these aspects, black water rivers of the Amazon basin, with its low-nutrient content, are very different from the whitewater rivers (Goulding et al, 1988;Walker, 1990) and poorly studied (Oliveira & Ferreira, 2002).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some of the fish species found in this study exhibit short-to long-distance migratory habits, including C. macropomum, B. amazonicus, B. melanopterus, P. brachypomus, P. granulosus, P. blochii, T. albus, T. angulatus, and T. auritus (Araujo-Lima & Ruffino, 2003;Menezes & Vazzoler, 1992;Oliveira & Ferreira, 2002). In South American rivers, there is a high number of fish species that perform reproductive or trophic migrations (Araujo-Lima & Ruffino, 2003), including species of Characiformes and Siluriformes.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 89%