Phylogenetic position and notes on the natural history of Pimelabditusmoli Parisi & Lundberg, 2009 (Teleostei: Siluriformes), a recentlydiscovered pimelodid catfish from the Maroni River basin

Type
Scientific publication
Summary

The recent description of a distinctive new pimelodid catfish, Pimelabditus moli Parisi & Lundberg, 2009, from the Maroni River basin of Suriname and French Guiana, added an unresolved taxon to the family. P. moli is included in ongoing molecular and morphological phylogenetic studies of the Pimelodidae. Pimelabditus moli is a rare species, known from just five specimens.

Creator
John G. Lundberg, Raphaël Covain, John P. Sullivan, Sonia Fisch-Muller, Maroni River basin.
Publisher
Cybium.
Language
English
Source
See Reference list.
Media
Document
Format
pdf
Keywords provided by editors
Pimelodidae, French Guiana, Suriname, Neotropics, Molecular systematics, Osteology.
BIO-PLATEAUX topics
Monitoring of fishery resources and aquatic biodiversity, Observation of aquatic environments (environmental monitoring)
Key issue
Water and environment (water cycle, ecosystems, protection of resources, etc.)
Coverage
Maroni river basin
Created
Countries
France
Suriname