Loricaridae

Loricaridae

[‚lȯr·ə·kə′rī·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of catfishes in the suborder Siluroidei found in the Andes.
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The families that could be identified in the samples were: Hyriidae, Corbiculidae and Ampullaridae (Gastropoda); Grapsidae, Trichodactylidae and Palaemonidae (Malacostraca); Formicidae, Gomphidae, Libelulidae, Gryllotalpidae, Polymitarcyidae and Scarabeidae (Insecta); Sternopygidae, Acestrorhynchidae, Erythrinidae, Anostomidae, Cynodontidae, Characidae, Pimelodidae, Doradidae, Auchenipteridae, Callichthyidae, Loricaridae, Cichlidae and Engraulidae (Osteichthyes).
0,00 0,00 Bryconamericus sp * 6 1,6 0,00 Characinae 0,00 146 10,2 Siluriformes Loricaridae Hemiancistrus fuliginosus 3 0,8 8 0,6 (Cardoso & Malabarba, 1999) Hypostomus luteus 12 3,2 6 0,4 (Godoy, 1980) Hypostomus commersonii 4 1,1 26 1,8 (Valenciennes, 1836) Hemipsilichthys hystrix 1 0,3 0,00 (Pereira & Reis, 2002) Hypostomus regani 1 0,3 0,00 (Ihering, 1905) Hypostomus isbrueckeri 0,00 21 1,5 (Reis, et al.
TABELA IV ESPECIES DE PEIXES COLETADAS NOS DESEMBARQUES PESQUEIROS ANALISADOS NAS DUAS COMUNIDADES ESTUADADAS Familia Identificacao Nome Popular Engraulidae Anchovia clupeiodes (Swinson, Sardinha-branca 1839) Ariidae Bagre bagre (Linnaeus, 1758) Bagre-sassari Genidens genidens (Valenciennes, Bagre-urutu 1870) Sciadeichthys luniscutis Bagre-cangata (Valenciennes, 1840) Netuna barba (Lacepede, 1803) Bagre-branco Loricaridae Hypostomus sp.
Among the families, Characidae and Loricaridae are noticed, both with 18.
Among the Siluriformes, the most important families in number of species were the Loricaridae and Pimelodidade with 7 and 5 genera, respectively.