Distribution pattern of two fish species in a coastal stream in southeast Brazil.

@article{Mazzoni2002DistributionPO,
  title={Distribution pattern of two fish species in a coastal stream in southeast Brazil.},
  author={Rosana Mazzoni and Ricardo Iglesias-Rios},
  journal={Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira de biologia},
  year={2002},
  volume={62 1},
  pages={171-8}
}
Longitudinal distribution of Mimagoniates microlepis and Hoplias malabaricus was analyzed in a coastal stream system in Southeast Brazil. Six sites were sampled by electrofishing in seven months, from July 94 to July 95. Densities of M. microlepis, and H. malabaricus and its prey (Poecilia vivipara, Deuterodon sp. and Astyanax janeiroensis) were estimated by the Zippin method; environmental variables of: (i) kind of substratum; (ii) percentage of pools, runs, riffles, instream vegetation, and… CONTINUE READING

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