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Teleocichla centisquama, a new species of rapids-dwelling cichlid from Xingu River, Amazonia (Perciformes, Cichlidae)

  title={Teleocichla centisquama, a new species of rapids-dwelling cichlid from Xingu River, Amazonia (Perciformes, Cichlidae)},
  author={Jansen Zuanon and Ivan Sazima},
Teleocichla preta, a new species of cichlid from the Rio Xingu Basin in Brazil (Teleostei: Cichlidae).
Teleocichla preta nov. sp. inhabits the rapids along the Rio Xingu and lower portion of the Rio Iriri. It is the largest species in the genus, reaching 121·3 mm standard length (LS ) while others doExpand
Estrutura da ictiofauna reofílica do rio Xingu, Amazônia Brasileira: efeitos ambientais, espaciais e temporais no padrão de distribuição das espécies
As corredeiras e cachoeiras sao ambientes que apresentam caracteristicas ambientais extremas e diferentes da maior parte do curso dos rios. Esses locais abrigam especies de peixes com caracteristicasExpand
Trophic niche segregation among herbivorous serrasalmids from rapids of the lower Xingu River, Brazilian Amazon
Investigation of the trophic ecology of juveniles and adults of three serrasalmids common in rapids of the Xingu River suggests that either food resources are not limiting, or niches are partitioned by other means. Expand
Teleocichla wajapi, a new species of cichlid from the rio Jari, Brazil, with comments on T. centrarchus Kullander, 1988 (Teleostei: Cichlidae).
The new species is described from the rio Jari basin, northern Brazil and differs from its congeners by possessing four anal-fin spines, 56-62 scales in El series, smaller orbital diameter and barred or zigzag color pattern on flanks. Expand
This study is a comprehensive review of fish fauna data for the Xingu River system. Information was compiled from seven field surveys (conducted between 2001 and 2002), bibliographic references, andExpand
Two new species of Apistogramma Regan (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from the rio Trombetas, Pará State, Brazil
Apistogramma angayuara is described from the rio Trombetas close to the cachoeira Vira Mundo where it is found in association with rapids. It is assigned to the A. pertensis species group,Expand
A new species of Astyanax (Characiformes: Characidae) from the rapids of the lower rio Xingu, Brazil
Astyanax dnophos dwells on shadowed, rocky shelters on rapids, and it is apparently one of the few species of Characidae outside Serrasalminae reported to be rheophilic. Expand