Triploid induction in the yellowtail tetra, Astyanax
altiparanae, using temperature shock: tools for conservation and aquaculture.
n., a new Dactylogyrid species (Monogenea) of the Astyanax
altiparanae (Osteichthyes: Characidae) in the Peixe river, Southeastern Brazil.
-- -- -- Schizodon nasatas -- -- -- Schizodon spp, -- -- -- Characidae ** 6 0.96 2.97 (0.94) Aphyocharax dentatus ([dagger]) -- -- -- Astyanax
lacustris -- -- -- Astyanax
bockmanni -- -- -- Astyanax
(2009), on species of the genus Bryconamericus, observed an increase in the frequency of occurrence of larger items (copepods, ostracods and insect larvae) and reduction in the occurrence of smaller items (rotifers), according to increasing age of the post-larvae, which was also observed by Galdioli, Hayashi, Soares, and Marques (2017) for Astyanax
lacustris at early developmental stages.
Andromache dropped the infant Astyanax
from the tower of Troy in an act of mercy, to spare her and Hector's newborn from the brutalities and horrors of war.
Likewise, the lambari Astyanax
altiparanae (Garutti & Bristski, 2000) is also able to convert LNA into eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and DHA, and LA into arachidonic acid (AA) (GONCALVES et al., 2012; CAMPELO et al., 2014).
That 15 percent represents a notable energy demand for a 1-gram juvenile Mexican tetra fish (Astyanax
mexicanus) at rest, says Damian Moran of Plant and Food Research in Nelson, New Zealand.
zebrinus (8.2%), Gambusia affinis (6.7%), and Astyanax
La especie mas abundante correspondio a Astyanax
altiparanae (lambari-do-rabo-amarelo) is native to Brazil and has attracted interest as a suitable species for aquaculture; however, only a small number of studies have been conducted on its nutrition (ABIMORAD; CASTELLANI, 2011).