2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1679-62252007000300001
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Abstract: Salminus franciscanus, the large-sized dourado from the rio São Francisco basin, Brazil, is described. The new species was actually known ichthyologically since at least Valenciennes (in Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1850) but it was never properly identified. Salminus franciscanus can be diagnosed from its congeners by the combination of the presence of an enlarged second tooth in the outer series of the dentary considerably larger than the remaining teeth, the absence of a dark post-orbital stripe, scale counts (68… Show more

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“…The neotropical fish genus Salminus is a representative of the family Characidae (included in the subfamily Salmininae by Mirande, 2010), order Characiformes, and class Actinopterygii (Lima et al, 2003;Lima & Britski, 2007). Currently, four species are described for the genus Salminus: S. affinis Steindachner, 1880, S. hilarii Valenciennes, 1850, S. franciscanus Lima & Britski, 2007, and S. brasiliensis Cuvier, 1816 (= S. maxillosus) (Lima et al, 2003Lima & Britski, 2007).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The neotropical fish genus Salminus is a representative of the family Characidae (included in the subfamily Salmininae by Mirande, 2010), order Characiformes, and class Actinopterygii (Lima et al, 2003;Lima & Britski, 2007). Currently, four species are described for the genus Salminus: S. affinis Steindachner, 1880, S. hilarii Valenciennes, 1850, S. franciscanus Lima & Britski, 2007, and S. brasiliensis Cuvier, 1816 (= S. maxillosus) (Lima et al, 2003Lima & Britski, 2007).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Currently, four species are described for the genus Salminus: S. affinis Steindachner, 1880, S. hilarii Valenciennes, 1850, S. franciscanus Lima & Britski, 2007, and S. brasiliensis Cuvier, 1816 (= S. maxillosus) (Lima et al, 2003Lima & Britski, 2007).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This fish is found in the Paraná, Paraguay and Uruguay basins, the lake system of Lagoa dos Patos and the basin of the upper Chaparé and Mamoré rivers (LIMA et al, 2003). Salminus is a genus of medium to large characiforms (LIMA & BRITSKI, 2007) and its fishfarming potential and concerns for its conservation in watersheds has stimulated researches with this species. Most studies have been limited to assess the quality of cryopreserved semen by measuring sperm motility.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Salminus hilarii (Characiformes: Bryconidae) is one of five species of its genus, and is widely distributed in the Paraná, Paraguay and São Francisco rivers basins in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay (Langeani et al, 2007;Lima & Britski, 2007). Salminus hilarii is commonly known as tabarana or dourado branco in Portuguese, and as dorado, plateado, or sábalo in Spanish.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%