Leonardo Marcel Paiz

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Karyotypes and chromosomal characteristics of both minor and major rDNAs in four fish species known popularly as "lambaris", namely Astyanaxabramis (Jenyns, 1842), Astyanaxasuncionensis Géry, 1972,(More)
The karyotype and chromosomal characteristics of Apteronotus albifrons and Apteronotus caudimaculosus collected from populations of two different large Brazilian river basins were analyzed by(More)
The karyotype and chromosomal characteristics of Trachydorasparaguayensis, a representative of the South American catfish family Doradidae, were analyzed by conventional (Giemsa staining, silver(More)
Corydoras Lacepède, 1803 is the most specious genus of Corydoradinae subfamily and many of its species are still unknown in relation to molecular cytogenetic markers. However, the diploid number and(More)
Erythrinidae include Neotropical teleost fish that are widely distributed in South America. Hoplias Gill, 1903 include two large groups: H. malabaricus Bloch, 1794 and H. lacerdae Miranda Ribeiro,(More)
Doradidae has been a target of phylogenetic studies over the last few years, but chromosomal information about the family is still scarce. Therefore, new cytogenetic data are provided herein and they(More)
A cytogenetic analysis was performed on four populations of Hypostomus strigaticeps from the Paraná River basin, Brazil. Two populations were collected from the large channel river at the Itaipu(More)
Australoheros is represented by species of Cichlidae spread over different Brazilian river systems. Individuals of Australoheros angiru were collected in isolated lagoons at 950 m of altitude in a(More)
Astyanax is a species-rich polyphyletic genus distributed between the southern United States and central Argentina. The genus contains groups of cryptic species, which are difficult to distinguish,(More)
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