Highlighting Astyanax Species Diversity through DNA Barcoding

@inproceedings{Rossini2016HighlightingAS,
  title={Highlighting Astyanax Species Diversity through DNA Barcoding},
  author={Bruno C{\'e}sar Rossini and Carlos Alexandre Miranda Oliveira and Filipe Augusto Gonçalves de Melo and Vinicius de Ara{\'u}jo Bertaco and Juan M. D{\'i}az de Astarloa and Juan J Rosso and Fausto Foresti and Claudio Oliveira},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
DNA barcoding has been used extensively to solve taxonomic questions and identify new species. Neotropical fishes are found in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, with a large number of species yet to be described, many of which are very difficult to identify. Characidae is the most species-rich family of the Characiformes, and many of its genera are affected by taxonomic uncertainties, including the widely-distributed, species-rich genus Astyanax. In this study, we present an extensive… CONTINUE READING
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