Brycon gouldingi (Teleostei, Characidae): aspects of the embryonic development in a new fish species with aquaculture potential

@article{Faustino2010BryconG,
  title={Brycon gouldingi (Teleostei, Characidae): aspects of the embryonic development in a new fish species with aquaculture potential},
  author={F. Faustino and L. Nakaghi and E. Neumann},
  journal={Zygote},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={351 - 363}
}
Summary Brycon gouldingi is an endemic species from Tocantins-Araguaia basin, used as a food source by riverine communities and relevant to aquaculture. Information about the initial morphology of B. gouldingi, a recently described species, is absent. In the present study, we analysed the fertilization and the embryonic development of this species based on light and scanning electron microscopy. After collection of adult specimens in Mortes River – Mato Grosso, Brazil, adaptation to captivity… Expand
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