2016
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-4689zool-20160025
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The cephalic lateral line system of temperate perches (Perciformes: Percichthyidae) from Argentinean Patagonia

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“…Comments. Six infraorbitals (including the most dorsal bone that may correspond to the dermosphenotic at the junction of the supraorbital, infraorbital, and otic canals; otic and postotic canals were named temporal canals by Vega, Viozzi, 2016) represent the common condition found in most fishes examined herein (Figs. 13b, c).…”
Section: Comments the Mandibular Canalmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Comments. Six infraorbitals (including the most dorsal bone that may correspond to the dermosphenotic at the junction of the supraorbital, infraorbital, and otic canals; otic and postotic canals were named temporal canals by Vega, Viozzi, 2016) represent the common condition found in most fishes examined herein (Figs. 13b, c).…”
Section: Comments the Mandibular Canalmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Comments. One medial pore associated with both epiphyseal tubules (named "supraorbital commissure" by Vega, Viozzi, 2016) of the supraorbital canal is present in most examined taxa. The median epiphyseal pore is placed between both orbital margins of the frontal bones, at the mid-region of the preorbital region in Percilia.…”
Section: Ch 19 Ventral Margin Of Infraorbital 1: Smooth [0]mentioning
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“…Throughout the article, we presented the morphological and physiological strategies that provided this group with peculiarities in evolution (VEGA, VIOZZI, 2016). The description of the way of life of the larvae and their behaviors were important to begin the studies of environmental preservation, as organic bioindicators (VILLALOBOS-JIMÉNEZ, DUNN, HASSAL, 2016).…”
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“…In these adaptations there are several structural, anatomical, physiological and behavioral components that influenced and determined these successes (COSTA et al, 2011). Among these components we can mention: small size; high diversity food items; wing presence; tegument periodically changed, including layers in tegument that prevent the loss of water and prevents drowning (VEGA, VIOZZI, 2016). Reproductive capacity is extremely high, with up to tens of generations per year (MIURA, 2017).…”
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confidence: 99%