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Reproductive aspects of Macrobrachium amazonicum (Decapoda: Palaemonidae) in the State of Amapá, Amazon River mouth
- J. F. Lima, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva, Thibério C DA Silva, J. Garcia, Ilana da Silva Pereira, Kárlia Dalla Santa Amaral
- Biology, Environmental Science
- 1 June 2014
Investigation of population structure and reproductive characteristics of M. amazonicum from two important areas to artisanal prawn fishing located at the mouth of the Amazon River, State of Amapa and Santana Island and Mazagao Velho showed females predominated in the population.
Ecology and seasonal variation of parasites in wild Aequidens tetramerus, a Cichlidae from the Amazon
- M. Tavares‐Dias, M. S. Oliveira, Raissa Alves Gonçalves, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva
- BiologyActa Parasitologica
- 26 February 2014
The parasites showed seasonal variation in their infection dynamics associated with environmental changes during the Amazonian drainage season, except the infection with I. multifiliis, which is new records for A. tetramerus.
Patterns of the parasite communities in a fish assemblage of a river in the Brazilian Amazon region
- Raimundo Rosemiro Jesus Baia, A. Florentino, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva, M. Tavares‐Dias
- Environmental Science, BiologyActa Parasitologica
- 26 June 2018
Fish assemblage had few species of helminth that were specialist endoparasites, while many were parasites at the larval stage, infecting intermediate and paratenic hosts, lends supports to the notion that the feeding habits of the host species are a significant factor in determining the endopartasites fauna.
Reproductive biology of Macrobrachium surinamicum (Decapoda: Palaemonidae) in the Amazon River mouth
O objetivo deste trabalho foi abordar aspectos gerais da biologia reprodutiva de M. surinamicum de quatro importantes areas de pesca artesanal de camarao localizada na foz do rio Amazonas (Amapa e Para).
Distribution pattern of crustacean ectoparasites of freshwater fish from Brazil.
- M. Tavares‐Dias, Miguel Benedito Ferreira Dias-Júnior, A. Florentino, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva, A. C. da Cunha
- BiologyRevista brasileira de parasitologia veterinaria…
- 1 April 2015
The purpose of this study was to use the informations relating to parasite crustaceans species that was published over the course of one century (1913 to 2013), in order to search for infestation and…
Length-weight relationship and condition factor for twelve fish species from the Igarapé Fortaleza basin, a small tributary of the Amazonas River estuary
- M. S. Oliveira, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva, L. Prestes, M. Tavares‐Dias
- Environmental Science
- 1 March 2020
Length and weight data are useful in fisheries management and standard results of fish monitoring programs. Length-weight relationship (LWR) is used for estimating the weight corresponding to a given…
Impact of the invasion from Nile tilapia on natives Cichlidae species in tributary of Amazonas River , Brazil
- L. S. Bittencourt, Uédio Robds Leite Silva, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva, M. Tavares‐Dias
- Environmental Science, Biology
The results indicate the need for a management plan designed to control this invasive tilapia and thus avoid the extinction of native species of cichlids and may also be useful for critical decision making of Brazilian governmental institutions regarding the approval of the introduction of any nonnative fish species in any other region from the country.
Distribution patterns of Procamallanus (Spirocamallanus) inopinatus (Nematoda: Camallanidae) and its interactions with freshwater fish in Brazil.
- L. R. Neves, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva, A. Florentino, M. Tavares‐Dias
- Environmental Science, BiologyRevista brasileira de parasitologia veterinaria…
- 7 December 2020
Procamallanus (S.) inopinatus showed prevalence ranging from low to moderate, low abundance, low intensity, typically aggregated dispersion, and preferential infection of the hosts' gastrointestinal tract, but no difference in intensity and abundance was found due to similarity in the communities of this endoparasite among the host fish species.
Brachyuran crustaceans from the bycatch of prawn fisheries at the mouth of the Amazon river
- J. F. Lima, Thibério C DA Silva, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva, J. Garcia
- Environmental Science, Biology
- 1 March 2013
The Brachyura bycatch associated with the artisan prawn fisheries at the mouth of the Amazon River showed a considerably lower biomass when compared to the prawns, representing only 5% of the catch, in a ratio of 1:0.06.
Diversity of monogenean parasites on gills of fishes from the Matapi River, in the Brazilian Amazon.
- L. R. Neves, L. Negreiros, Luís Maurício Abdon Silva, M. Tavares‐Dias
- Biology, Environmental ScienceRevista brasileira de parasitologia veterinaria…
- 1 September 2020
There was a variation in the prevalence, mean intensity and mean abundance of monogeneans among the host populations examined.