2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1679-62252012000200005
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The cascudos of the genus Hypostomus Lacépède (Ostariophysi: Loricariidae) from the rio Iguaçu basin

Abstract: We reviewed several large collections of the genus Hypostomus from the rio Iguaçu basin summing up to 793 specimens mainly from the Laboratório

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“…So, they are separated and susceptible to geographic isolation generated by this natural barrier. Specimens were identified according to Baumgartner et al (2012), Garavello et al (2012), Garavello & Sampaio (2010), and Graça & Pavanelli (2007). Voucher specimens were deposited at the fish collection of Nupélia (Núcleo de Pesquisas em Limnologia, Ictiologia …”
Section: Study Areamentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…So, they are separated and susceptible to geographic isolation generated by this natural barrier. Specimens were identified according to Baumgartner et al (2012), Garavello et al (2012), Garavello & Sampaio (2010), and Graça & Pavanelli (2007). Voucher specimens were deposited at the fish collection of Nupélia (Núcleo de Pesquisas em Limnologia, Ictiologia …”
Section: Study Areamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Paraná State, Southern Brazil, has 16 basins (Parolin et al 2010), including the Iguaçu River basin, formed by the longest river in the Paraná State with approximately 1,080 km (Garavello et al 2012). The formation of its basin dates back to the Mesozoic era and the beginning of the Paleozoic and was associated with staggered movements of uplift of the Serra do Mar (Parolin et al 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to those authors, both species differ from R. quelen by the fine serrate margin of pectoralfin spine, dorsal dark-brown or light-gray coloration along body, and abdomen pale, without profuse small black spots. Prior to being considered synonyms of R. quelen, R. branneri and R. voulezi were described as endemic to the Iguaçu River Basin, Southern Brazil (Garavello, Shibatta, 2007;Garavello et al, 2012;Baumgartner et al, 2012;Garavello, Shibatta, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…With respect to the Iguaçu Rhamdia, Shibatta & Garavello (1995) studied populations of this genus in accord that this area perhaps retain exclusive species of Rhamdia. Also Garavello & Shibatta (2007), Garavello et al (2012) and Baumgartner et al (2012), inform the Iguaçu basin as an area of medium endemism with native species inclusive those of Rhamdia.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%