Antônio B. Anderson

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Tropical forests dominated by only one or two tree species occupy tens of millions of hectares in Ammonia In many cases, the dominant species produce fruits, seeds, or oils of economic importance. Oligarchic (Gr. oligo = few, archic = dominated or ruled by) forests of six economic species, i. e., Euterpe oleracea, Grias peruviana, Jessenia bataua, Mauritia(More)
Hybridization has been described in several families of coral reef fishes (Montanari et al. 2012), including grunts (genus Haemulon) (Rocha et al. 2008). Here, we report the presence of a hybrid between two species of Anisotremus grunts, the porkfish, A. virginicus, and the black margate, A. surinamensis, from Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro (23°S, 42°W).(More)
The damselfish Chromis limbata is native to the Macaronesian Archipelagos (Azores, Madeira and Canaries) and the western coast of Africa between Senegal and Angola. During the austral summers of 2008 and 2009 the species was recorded for the first time in the south-western Atlantic Ocean around Campeche and Xavier Islands, in Florianópolis, Santa Catarina(More)
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