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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.

Microglanis cottoides - not a species from Argentina

Austrolebias wichi sp.nov.

Jenynsia lineata is a sr. synonym of J. multidentata

Gymnotus cuia sp.nov. from Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay

Gymnotus paraguensis - first record from Uruguay

Gymnogeophagus taroba sp.nov. from Argentina

Cetopsorhamdia iheringi - first record from Argentina

Poecilia reticulata - first record from Argentina

Acipenser gueldenstaedtii - first record from Argentina

Gymnogeophagus constellatus - first record from Argentina

CLOFFAR - update 4

Gymnotus carapo - confirmed for Argentina & G. c. australis ssp.nov.

Heptapterus mandimbusu sp.nov. from Argentina

Gymnogeophagus lipokarenos - first record from Argentina

Gambusia holbrooki - first record from Argentina

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