2017
DOI: 10.7594/revbio.17.02.01
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Why implement measures to conserve the diversity of Elasmobranchs? The case of the northern coast of Brazil

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“…Additional data were obtained from the literature that cite, list or describe elasmobranch species off the Brazilian North coast: species available in the literature on bottom trawling (Pinheiro and Fredou 2004;Cintra et al 2015;Klautau et al 2016;Lutz et al 2016; see Table 1B); species recorded in taxonomic works (Lessa et al 1999;Almeida et al 2008; see Table 1C); species recorded in exploratory fishing work (Asano-Filho et al 2005, 2007Fredou and Asano-Filho 2006;Oliveira et al 2007; see Table 1D); and species recorded in molecular identification work (Carmona et al 2008;Rodrigues-Filho et al 2012;Palmeira et al 2013;Gemaque 2017;Silveira 2017;Feitosa et al 2018; see Table 1E).…”
Section: Materials Examinedmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Additional data were obtained from the literature that cite, list or describe elasmobranch species off the Brazilian North coast: species available in the literature on bottom trawling (Pinheiro and Fredou 2004;Cintra et al 2015;Klautau et al 2016;Lutz et al 2016; see Table 1B); species recorded in taxonomic works (Lessa et al 1999;Almeida et al 2008; see Table 1C); species recorded in exploratory fishing work (Asano-Filho et al 2005, 2007Fredou and Asano-Filho 2006;Oliveira et al 2007; see Table 1D); and species recorded in molecular identification work (Carmona et al 2008;Rodrigues-Filho et al 2012;Palmeira et al 2013;Gemaque 2017;Silveira 2017;Feitosa et al 2018; see Table 1E).…”
Section: Materials Examinedmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Forty-eight elasmobranch species are currently recognized in the study area (see Lessa et al 1999;Santos et al 2004;Almeida et al 2008 ; Table 1C). Twenty-three species were also identified through the DNA barcoding of the (CO1) cytochrome oxidase-1 mitochondrial gene (Carmona et al 2008;Rodrigues-Filho et al 2012;Palmeira et al 2013;Silva,2016;Gemaque 2017;Silveira 2017;Feitosa et al 2018 ; Table 1E). Additionally, 27 species were previously listed in exploratory fisheries studies (e.g.…”
Section: Elasmobranch Diversity From the Brazilian North Coastmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Estimates of the diversification of the group based on DNA sequences are of the order of 300-460 million years ago. The class Chondrichthyes currently includes 14 orders and 60 families with approximately 1200 species [3][4][5]. The group of chondrichthyans with the greatest species diversity is the Batoidea (approximately 494 species), followed by the sharks, with around 500 species [4,5].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The class Chondrichthyes currently includes 14 orders and 60 families with approximately 1200 species [3][4][5]. The group of chondrichthyans with the greatest species diversity is the Batoidea (approximately 494 species), followed by the sharks, with around 500 species [4,5]. The systematics of the Chondrichthyes have been the subject of considerable debate over the past two decades, and the phylogeny of these animals is still controversial, at all levels, ranging from superorders to families and even the genera within families [6].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These problems are exacerbated by the lack of data on the diversity of the elasmobranch fauna of many regions of the world [56,57]. In recent years, there have been considerable eforts in the Asian region, with wide-ranging phylogenetic and morphological inferences [5,6], as well as the description of new species [7,11,15] and the reinstatement of a number of families [8].…”
Section: Elasmobranchs and Isheriesmentioning
confidence: 99%