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Among American cichlids, Geophagus stands out as a species-rich genus widespread over neotropical region. Despite their diversity and confusing taxonomy, only few and basic chromosomal reports are(More)
American soles (family Achiridae) have been characterized by remarkable chromosomal variation even though several species lack basic cytogenetic information. This trend indicates that chromosomal(More)
Many allopatric populations of the pearl cichlid Geophagus brasiliensis show remarkable morphological, chromosomal, and DNA sequence divergence. As a result, Geophagus brasiliensis is regarded as a(More)
Lignobrycon myersi is a threatened freshwater fish species and endemic of a few coastal rivers in northeastern Brazil. Even though the Brazilian laws prohibit the fisheries of threatened species, L.(More)
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