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Some new genera and species of fishes from British Guiana. (Reports on the Expedition to British Guiana of the Indiana University and the Carnegie Museum 1908. No. 1.)

  title={Some new genera and species of fishes from British Guiana. (Reports on the Expedition to British Guiana of the Indiana University and the Carnegie Museum 1908. No. 1.)},
  author={Carl H. Eigenmann}

Sistemática integrativa : diversidade e relações de Deuterodon Eigenmann 1907 (Teleostei:Characidae) e gêneros afins

The identity of Deuterodon pedri was clarified with the aid of the DNA of the lectotype, which together with the m orphological analysis allowed the xtraction and amplification of DNA from type specimens of taxonomically complex specie s of Characidae.

Redescription of Astyanax guianensis Eigenmann 1909 (Characiformes: Characidae), a poorly known and widespread fish from the Amazon, Orinoco and Guiana Shield drainages.

Astyanax guianensis is redescribed based on the holotype, paratypes, and additional specimens from the rio Essequibo in Guyana, rio Orinoco in Venezuela and from several localities in the Amazon

Laimosemion paryagi (Cyprinodontiformes: Aplocheiloidei: Rivulidae), a new species from the upper Mazaruni river drainage of Western Guyana

Analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequence reveals that inhabitants of the Guyana highlands diverged from each other early in the history of the genus, com- mensurate with the geological age of the Guiana Shield.

Checklist of catfishes, recent and fossil (Osteichthyes: Siluriformes), and catalogue of siluriform primary types

A checklist of Recent and fossil catfishes (Order Siluriformes) is presented, summarizing taxonomic literature published through 2005, and one new name is proposed herein: Clariallabes teugelsi, as a replacement for Clarias (Allabenchelys) dumerili longibarbis David & Poll, 1937.

Systematics of the subfamily Poeciliinae Bonaparte (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliidae), with an emphasis on the tribe Cnesterodontini Hubbs

The tribe Tomeurini is resurrected and the new tribes Brachyrhaphini and Priapichthyini as well as the supertribe Poeciliini are described and new usages of old tribe names are proposed based on the phylogenetic framework.

Catfish Genus Corymbophanes (Loricariidae: Hypostominae) with Description of One New Species: Corymbophanes kaiei

Corymbophanes kaiei differs from C. andersoni by the presence of vermiculations on the abdomen, presence of distinct alternating light and dark bands on the caudal fin, and three to four plates below the adpressed pectoral fin spine.

The Lithogeninae (Siluriformes, Loricariidae): Anatomy, Interrelationships, and Description of a New Species

Particular importance are aspects of musculoskeletal anatomy that are hitherto unknown for lithogenines, and aspects of sexual dimorphism and the anatomy of the reproductive and digestive systems that are unique or unusual among loricariid catfishes.

Relationships of Lithogenes villosus Eigenmann, 1909 (Siluriformes, Loricariidae): Evidence from High-Resolution Computed Microtomography

Parsimony analysis of 41 characters obtained from the CT reconstructions, gross examination of external features, and previously published characters surveyed among loricarioid and outgroup catfishes indicated that Lithogenes shares a rich suite of derived characters with loricariids, most notably the presence of a mesethmoid condyle, posterior placement of the nasal capsule, closed pterotic aperture, lateral ethmoid lamina, and metapterygoid contacting the lateral ethMoid.

Notes on characoid Fishes collected in Surinam by Mr. H.P. Pijpers, with descriptions of new forms

L’A. decrit ou cite 47 especes de Poissons characoides recemment recoltes par M. H. P. Pijpers au Surinam. Quatre formes nouvelles pour la science sont decrites: Moenkhausia surinamensis, Moenkhausia

Opening the Trojan horse: phylogeny of Astyanax, two new genera and resurrection of Psalidodon (Teleostei: Characidae)

The phylogenetic relationships of Astyanax are studied in the context of the family Characidae, by combining morphological and molecular data, and it is found that the genus is not monophyletic.