2015
DOI: 10.1590/1982-0224-20140173
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Abstract: The type-species of Hyphessobrycon is redescribed and its osteology provided. Hyphessobrycon compressus is distinguished from its congeners by the 41-48 (mode 45) scales in the longitudinal series; 7-9 (mode 9) scales rows between the dorsal-fin origin and the lateral line, and absence of predorsal scales. Additional useful characters include the lack of spots on the body, a dorsal fin with a black spot, and an anal fin with two large, conspicuous hooks, and several other small hooks. Hyphessobrycon milleri is… Show more

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“…The morphological data was based on both examined material (see Comparative material examined) and the literature (e.g., Géry 1977, Géry and Uj 1987, Costa and Géry 1994, Plaquete et al 1996, Weitzman and Palmer 1997, Zarske 2008, Hein 2009, Carvalho 2011, Lima et al 2013, Zarske 2014, Carvalho and Malabarba 2015, Carvalho et al 2017). The data obtained by this method are presented in the diagnosis section of results.…”
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“…The morphological data was based on both examined material (see Comparative material examined) and the literature (e.g., Géry 1977, Géry and Uj 1987, Costa and Géry 1994, Plaquete et al 1996, Weitzman and Palmer 1997, Zarske 2008, Hein 2009, Carvalho 2011, Lima et al 2013, Zarske 2014, Carvalho and Malabarba 2015, Carvalho et al 2017). The data obtained by this method are presented in the diagnosis section of results.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is widely distributed along the river basins of the Neotropical region, from southern Mexico to the La Plata River basin in northeastern Argentina (Carvalho and Malabarba 2015, Teixeira et al 2015, Garcia-Alzate et al 2017), with highest diversity in the Amazon basin (Miquelarena and López 2006, Lima et al 2013, Bragança et al 2015, Carvalho and Malabarba 2015, Marinho et al 2016, Carvalho et al 2017, Moreira and Lima 2017). …”
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