Cárlison Silva-Oliveira

Cárlison Silva-Oliveira
Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia | inpa

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March 2015 - June 2016
Universidade Federal do Oeste do Pará
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A new species of Tatia is described from rio Tapajós, upstream of the rapids of São Luiz do Tapajós, Pará State, Brazil. The new species is identified and diagnosed from its congeners through morphological characteristics such as the absence of an adipose fin, which is shared with T. akroa and T. britskii; the composition of the cranial roof elemen...
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A redescription of Bryconops gracilis is provided, a species poorly known for more than a century. Bryconops gracilis differs from all congeners by having the following combination of features: eight branched pelvic-fin rays, 31-36 anal-fin rays, 15-17 predorsal scales arranged in a regular series, two rows of premaxillary teeth, and 53-60 lateral-...
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A new species of Bryconops is described based on its unique caudal-fin color pattern, with a dark blotch occupying the mid-basal region of the caudal-fin dorsal lobe, and a combination of 29-32 branched anal-fin rays, 44-47 perforated scales in the lateral line, six rows of scales above the lateral line, and a deep body (30.3-31.7 % SL). The new sp...
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Apresente publicação apresenta informações técnicas e de divulgação científica sobre as espécies de peixes do Baixo Rio Tapajós, Estado do Pará, Amazônia brasileira. A obra inclui ainda identificação taxonômica e nomenclatura popular, ilustrações, além de dados referentes à pesca e ecologia dos peixes. O objetivo principal desta obra consiste em ap...
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Abstract Amazonian waters are classified into three biogeochemical categories by dissolved nutrient content, sediment type, transparency, and acidity—all important predictors of autochthonous and allochthonous primary production (PP): (1) nutrient-poor, low-sediment, high-transparency, humic-stained, acidic blackwaters; (2) nutrient-poor, low-sedim...
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Bryconops cyrtogaster , a poorly‐known species endemic from the Oyapock River at the border between French Guyana and Brazil, is redescribed herein based on examination of available type material, as well as newly collected material. Additionally, a new rheophilic species from the rio Jari rapids, lower Amazon basin, Brazil, is described. The two s...
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A new species of Knodus is described from the rio Cupari drainage, a tributary from the right margin of the lower rio Tapajós, Pará State, Brazil. The new species differs from its congeners, except K. geryi, by having a dark basal blotch on each caudal fin lobe (vs. caudal fin lobes with sparse chromatophores, lacking basal blotches) and, with the...
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A new Bryconops is described from lower rio Tapajós. The new species differs from all congeners by the following combination of features: posterior extension of maxilla not reaching junction of second and third infraorbital bones, 1 or 2 tri-or pentacuspid teeth on each maxillary bone, 38-41 perforated scales in the lateral line, 24-27 branched ana...
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A new species of Bryconops is described from the rio Xingu Basin, Brazil, that differs from all congeners by the following combination of characters: predorsal scales 8–9, perforated scales in the lateral line 43–45, and pigmentation pattern composed of wide silvery midlateral band on body, hyaline dorsal and anal fins (in alcohol), and dark blotch...
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A new species of Bryconops is described from the rio Maicuru, a tributary of the left margin of the lower Amazon River, Pará, Brazil. Bryconops chernoffi new species, differs from all its congeners by the presence of an elongated dark patch of pigmentation immediately after the posterodorsal margin of the opercle, running vertically from the suprac...
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The fish fauna of freshwater streams in the Tapajos National Forest was surveyed and a list of species is presented. The sampling was conducted from 2012 to 2013 during the dry season. Fish were collected with dip nets and seine nets in 22 streams of 1(st) to 3(rd) order. Sampling resulted in 3035 specimens belonging to 117 species, 27 families and...
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A new species of Bryconops is described from a right tributary of the lower Tapajós River, State of Pará, Brazil. Bryconops munduruku, sp. nov., differs from its congeners, except B. inpai and B. piracolina, by having a black adipose fin (vs. ad-ipose fin hyaline in alcohol) and, except B. inpai, by possessing two humeral blotches (vs. lack of hume...

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The family Iguanodectidae has been proposed based exclusively on molecular data. Thus, the objectives of this study is to propose a phylogenetic hypothesis for the family, based on morphological characters and conduct a taxonomic revision of the genus Bryconops (including all nominal species).