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Peces del valle medio del río Magdalena, Colombia

@inproceedings{Mojica2006PecesDV,
  title={Peces del valle medio del r{\'i}o Magdalena, Colombia},
  author={Jos{\'e} Iv{\'a}n Mojica and German Leonardo Rojas Galvis and Paula S{\'a}nchez-Duarte and Claudia Castellanos and Francisco A. Villa-Navarro},
  year={2006}
}
l río Magdalena nace en la cordillera Central de Los Andes de Colombia en la laguna de La Magdalena, a 3,685 m.s.n.m. Posee una longitud total de 1,538 km. y una cuenca hidrográfica que ocupa 256,622 km. Recorre los departamentos de Huila, Tolima, Cundinamarca, Boyacá, Caldas, Antioquia, Santander, Cesar, Bolívar, Magdalena y Atlántico (IGAC 1970). Sin lugar a dudas se trata de la cuenca más importante del país, en donde se localizan las ciudades principales y se concentra más del 80% de la… 
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