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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: New Species Of Pseudanos Winterbottom, 1980 (characiformes: Anostomidae), With Notes On The Taxonomy Of P. Gracilis And P. Trimaculatus
Author: Birindelli J.L.O.
Lima F.C.T.
Britski H.A.
Abstract: A new species of Pseudanos (Characiformes, Anostomidae) is described from the Rio Negro in Brazil, and the Río Casiquiare and Río Atabapo, in Venezuela. Specimens of the new species were previously mistakenly identified as Pseudanos gracilis. The new species is diagnosed by having three branchiostegal rays (vs. four in P. gracilis and most specimens of P. winterbottomi), dark transversal bars on dorsum absent (vs. present in P. trimaculatus), dark spots present on the center of each body scale, forming conspicuous, straight dark lines (vs. dark spots absent in P. gracilis and in some specimens of P. trimaculatus), four midlateral dark blotches on body (vs. usually two, sometimes three or four in P. trimaculatus, or body lacking midlateral blotches and presenting instead a broad midlateral stripe in P. winterbottomi), angle of dorsal and ventralmost radii of body scales between 40° and 90° (vs. angle between 110° and 180° in P. gracilis and P. trimaculatus), and cranial fontanel opened along its entire length (vs. cranial fontanel partially closed in P. trimaculatus). Type specimens and extensive additional material of Pseudanos gracilis and P. trimaculatus were examined and comments on the taxonomy of both species are provided. Pseudanos irinae is herein considered a junior synonym of P. trimaculatus. In addition, an updated key to identification of valid species of Pseudanos is presented. Copyright © 2012 Magnolia Press.
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Date Issue: 2012
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