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Flávio C.T. Lima, Vanessa Correa and Rafaela P. Ota aqua International Journal of Ichthyology,  pp. 123-132, Volume 22 issue 3, 15 July 2016 Keywords Hemigrammus ocellifer species-group, Hemigrammus aguaruna, Río Marañon, Rio Amazonas, Hemigrammus falsus. Abstract Hemigrammus aguaruna, new species, is described from tributaries of the Río Maranõn, Departamento Loreto,

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Flávio. C. T. Lima and Nelson Flausino Junior aqua International Journal of Ichthyology,  pp. 89-95, Volume 22 issue 2, 18 April 2016 Abstract Hyphessobrycon vanzolinii, new species, is described from the rio Tapajós, Amazon basin, Pará state, Brazil. The new species can be diagnosed from all its congeners by its

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Gerald R. Allen, Peter J. Unmack and Renny K. Hadiaty aqua International Journal of Ichthyology,  pp. 1-32, Volume 22 issue 1, 15 January 2016 AbstractGenetic investigations reveal the closely-related “Goldiei” group of melanotaeniids from the Birds Neck region of western New Guinea contains at least six species, including five new

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Keith C. Martin and Susan Barclay aqua International Journal of Ichthyology,  pp. 54-65, Volume 21 issue 2, 15 April 2015 Abstract The Banded Rainbowfish Melanotaenia trifasciata has a wide but patchy distribution across northern Australia. It reaches its southern range limit in north-eastern Queensland, where it has been historically recorded

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Jacques Géry and Axel Zarske aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 29-43, Volume 9, Issue 1 – October 2004 Abstract Moenkhausia heikoi, a new endemic tetra from the Rio Xingú basin, is described and compared with related species, including the type species of the genus Moenkhausia xinguensis, which is phenotypically

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Mauro L. Triques, Volney Vono and Emmanuelle V. Caiafa aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 145-150, Volume 7, Issue 4 – November 2003 Abstract Intensive sampling in the Rio Jequitinhonha basin led us to the discovery of a new species of Astyanax. In this study, based on meristics, morphometrics, external

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John E. Randall, Robert F. Myers, and Richard Winterbottom aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 77-80 Volume 5, Issue 2 – February 2002 Abstract The hybrid of the triggerfishes Melichthys indicus and M. viduai is reported from two underwater photographs taken at Bali, Indonesia and a single specimen collected in

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