Relação peso-comprimento de peixes do rio Tarumã, drenagem do rio Machado, Rondônia, Norte do Brasil
Relação peso-comprimento de peixes do rio Tarumã, drenagem do rio Machado, Rondônia, Norte do Brasil

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Igor David da Costa https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8556-5507

Natalia Neto dos Santos Nunes https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5744-1358

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The present work provides the estimates of morphometric relationships for 13 freshwater fish species collected in tarumã River, Jaru Biological Reserve, in May and September 2015 using gill nets. New length–weight relationships for 2 species, new maximum weight for 4 species and maximum sizes recorded for 3 species of the Amazonian basin.

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