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Miocene vertebrates from Entre Ríos province , eastern Argentina
Resumen.VERTEBRADOS DEL MIOCENO DE LA PROVINCIA DE ENTRE RÍOS, ARGENTINA. La diversa fauna de antiguos vertebrados que se registra en los acantilados que bordean la margen oriental del río ParanáExpand
ICHTHYOGEOGRAPHIC BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE BRAZILIAN AND AUSTRAL SUBREGIONS IN SOUTH AMERICA, ARGENTINA
The freshwater fishes of Argentina are included in two major biogeographic subregions, named Brazilian and Austral. The rio Colorado has been considered as the limit between both subregions. NumerousExpand
Tropical freshwater teleosts from Miocene beds of eastern Patagonia, southern Argentina
Abstract Loricariid and pimelodid-like siluriforms—along with undetermined percomorph—are described for the first time from Patagonia. Vertebrate fossils, including fish, mammals and birds, wereExpand
Astyanax pampa (Characiformes, Characidae), a new species from the southernmost boundary of the Brazilian subregion, Argentina
Astyanax pampa sp. n., the new species of characid described herein, is known from arroyo Las Mostazas, an Atlantic Ocean drainage, and the lower no Colorado basin. Astyanax pampa sp. n. isExpand
Phylogeography of the Neotropical catfish Pimelodus albicans (Siluriformes: Pimelodidae) from río de la Plata basin, South America, and conservation remarks
Pimelodus albicans Valenciennes, 1840 (common name "moncholo" or "bagre blanco") is an endemic species of the family Pimelodidae in the rio de la Plata basin. Phylogenetic approach based onExpand
Astyanax paris: A New Species from the Río Uruguay Basin of Argentina (Characiformes, Characidae)
Abstract A new species of the characid genus Astyanax is described. The species is currently known only from two localities in headwater streams of arroyo Yabotí-Guazú, a tributary of the upper ríoExpand
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