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Aquaculture Research, 42, 1890-1894. Prado, FD; Hashimoto, DT; Senhorini, JA; Foresti, F; Porto-Foresti, F. (2012a) Detection of hybrids and genetic introgression in wild stocks of two catfish species (Siluriformes: Pimelodidae): The impact of hatcheries in Brazil. J. Fish. , 125-126, 300–305. Prado, FD; Nunes, TL; Senhorini, JA; Bortolozzi, J; Foresti, F; Porto-Foresti, F. (2012b) Cytogenetic characterization of F1; F2 and backcross hybrids of Neotropical catfish species Pseudoplatystoma corruscans and P.

2007). These migrations are mainly related to spawning, feeding and refuge. Despite the abundance of migratory pimelodids, important aspects of their reproductive movements have only recently been unraveled for some species (Carolsfeld et al. 2003). For Pseudoplatystoma and Brachyplatystoma, two main migratory activities occur during the year. Initially, the fishes remain in the major river channels, the feeding areas and then start to migrate to reproduce in the breeding areas. B. 000km (Barthem and Goulding, 1997) between Amazonic east region in Brazil, identified as the nursery area and Andean foothills in Peru and Colombia known as the breeding area.

Hashimoto, DT. Aplicação de marcadores moleculares no monitoramento genético de programas de hibridação interespecífica em pisciculturas brasileiras. PhD thesis; Universidade Estadual Paulista; Brazil; 2011. Hashimoto, DT; Mendonça, FF; Senhorini, JA; Oliveira, C; Foresti, F; PortoForesti, F. Molecular diagnostic methods for identifying Serrasalmid fish (Pacu, Pirapitinga, and Tambaqui) and their hybrids in the Brazilian aquaculture industry. Aquaculture, 2011, 321, 49-53. Hashimoto, DT; Senhorini, JA; Foresti, F; et al.

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