2019
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2018-0561
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Abstract: A total of 1,471 specimens of 16 species of flatfishes (Pleuronectiformes) were caught during 48 sampling campaigns between July 2005 and June 2007 at ten stations in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Paralichthyidae was the dominant family, with Etropus crossotus as the dominant species. The outer stations, especially those on the western side of the lower estuary, were distinguished as a result of their higher abundance of flatfishes and number of species. The spatial distribution of E. crossotus and it… Show more

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“…A beam trawl survey of the shallow Barataria Bay estuary (29 o N, m deep, U.S.A,) captured only seven species (Allen & Baltz, 1997). Moreover, the Guanabara Bay estuary in Brazil (22.5 o S, 1 to 30 m deep) yielded 16 species (Silva-Junior, Santos, Chagas-Macedo, Numan, & Vianna, 2019), while the nearby Sepetiba Bay (23 o S, less than 5 m deep) was characterized by five species (Guedes & Araujo, 2008). For the Eastern Tropical Pacific region Minami &Tanaka (1992) reported 92 species of flatfish.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…A beam trawl survey of the shallow Barataria Bay estuary (29 o N, m deep, U.S.A,) captured only seven species (Allen & Baltz, 1997). Moreover, the Guanabara Bay estuary in Brazil (22.5 o S, 1 to 30 m deep) yielded 16 species (Silva-Junior, Santos, Chagas-Macedo, Numan, & Vianna, 2019), while the nearby Sepetiba Bay (23 o S, less than 5 m deep) was characterized by five species (Guedes & Araujo, 2008). For the Eastern Tropical Pacific region Minami &Tanaka (1992) reported 92 species of flatfish.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%