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aqua 8(3)_Rivulus simplicis

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Volume 8, Issue 3 – June 2004

Wilson J. E. M. Costa: Rivulus simplicis n. sp. (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae): a new killifish from the coastal plains of south-eastern Brazil, pp. 103-108

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aqua International Journal 8(3)

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Volume 8, Issue 3 – June 2004

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Wilson J. E. M. Costa aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 195-202, Volume 14, Issue 4 – 15 October 2008 Abstract Rivulus santensis, a poorly known killifish species from the Atlantic forest of southeastern Brazil, is redescribed. It is endemic to an area encompassing the middle and lower rio Ribeira

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aqua 12(3)_Rivulus lazzarotoi

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Volume 12, Issue 3 – 10 July 2007

Wilson J. E. M. Costa: Rivulus lazzarotoi n. sp. (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae), a new killifish from the Jurumirim River basin, southeastern Brazil , pp. 123-128

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aqua International Journal 12(3)

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Volume 12, Issue 3 – 10 July 2007

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Wilson J. E. M. Costa aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 123-128, Volume 12, Issue 3 – 10 July 2007 Abstract Rivulus lazzarotoi n. sp., a member of the R. santensis species group from the Jurumirim River basin, southeastern Brazil, is described. It is hypothesized to be closely related to

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Wilson J. E. M. Costa aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 133-175, Volume 11, Issue 4 – October 2006 Abstract Relationships among species of Rivulus endemic to the Brazilian Amazonas river basin are evaluated through an analysis of morphological characters, including terminal taxa representative of all Rivulus lineages. Based on

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Wilson J. E. M. Costa aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 103-108, Volume 8, Issue 3 – June 2004 Abstract Rivulus simplicis, is described from a small, isolated coastal plain area of south-eastern Brazil. It belongs to the R. santensis species group, which also includes R. depressus, R. haraldsiolii, R.

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