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Gambusia holbrooki - first record from Argentina

Gambusia holbrooki
Gambusia holbrooki (photo from publication)

first record from Argentina:
Gambusia holbrooki Girard, 1859

published in:
Cabrera, M.B, S. Bogan, P. Posadas, G.M. Somoza, J.I. Montoya-Burgos & Y.P. Cardoso (2017):
Risks associated with introduction of poeciliids for control of mosquito larvae: first record of the non-native Gambusia holbrooki in Argentina.
Journal of Fish Biology 91 (2): 704-710

abstract (from publication):
This study confirms the presence of two species of the non-native mosquitofish Gambusia in Argentina. The risks that they represent to native biota, their potential dispersal in the region, and their effectiveness in mosquito larvae control are discussed.

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Diapoma nandi sp.nov. from Argentina

Austrolebias queguay sp.nov. from Uruguay

Cambeva mboycy comb.nov. from Trichomycterus

Cambeva davisi comb.nov. from Trichomycterus

Cambeva stawiarski comb.nov. from Trichomycterus

Cambeva ytororo comb.nov. from Trichomycterus

Geophagus sveni - first record from Argentina

CLOFFAR - update 5

Steindachnerina insculpta - first record from Argentina

Trichomycterus varii sp.nov. from Argentina

Crenicichla yjhui sp.nov. from Argentina

Hoplias argentinensis sp.nov. from Argentina

Serrapinnus kriegi - first record from Uruguay

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