Check List 12(4): e19547, doi: 10.15560/12.4.1945
Geographical distribution of Austrolebias monstrosus (Huber, 1995), A. elongatus (Steindachner, 1881) and A. vandenbergi (Huber, 1995) (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes), with comments on the biogeography and ecology of Rivulidae in Pampasic and Chaco floodplains
expand article infoFelipe Alonso, Pablo Andrés Calviño§, Guillermo Enrique Terán|, Ignacio García
‡ CONICET - División de Ictiología, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales (MACN). Av. Ángel Gallardo 470 (C1405DJR), Buenos Aires, Argentina., Argentina§ KCA, Grupo de Estudio del Killi Club Argentino, Aristóbulo del Valle 5125, (B1653MJB) Villa Ballester, Buenos Aires, Argentina., Argentina| UEL–CONICET–Fundación Miguel Lillo, Miguel Lillo 251, 4000 Tucumán, Argentina., Argentina¶ Instituto de Limnología "Dr. Raúl A. Ringuelet", CONICET, Boulevard 120 y 62, La Plata, Argentina., Argentina
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We present a new record for Austrolebias elongatus from Gualeguaychú, in Entre Ríos province, Argentina, based on new fieldwork and a revision of material deposited in national ichthyological collections. We also give evidence on the erroneous records of Austrolebias monstrosus and A. vandenbergi from Ituzaingó, Corrientes province, as well as present additional records from Salta province for those species. Material previously determined as A. elongatus from Santiago del Estero is attributed to A. monstrosus. We restrict the distribution of these two species to Semi-arid Chaco Region in Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia.
killifish; Austrolebias accorsii; annualism; Serafin Pierotti, Pampa