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The catfish distributions sticky

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This sticky is meant to consolidate all of the posts dealing with papers on catfish distribution (excluding descriptions of new taxa, revisionary studies, and biogeography papers). This is meant to be a single point of reference for such papers so that data for updating the Cat-eLog is readily available in a single thread.

Please post news of such papers in this thread and not the forum proper. Posts will be consolidated in this thread if necessary.
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New records of freshwater fishes for Uruguay

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Some of this information can probably be used to update the Cat-eLog.
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Re: New records of freshwater fishes for Uruguay

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Thank you

Too bad only described species are mentioned. I was in some of their sampling areas, and know much more species, catfish and others, can be found there

Still, any inormation about the fishes of Uruguay is highly appreciated by me
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Re: New Rineloricaria record

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Thank you

Quite a lot of work on Rhineloricaria still needs to be done.

This studie relates to fish living close to Paraguay, but in Uruguay virtually in every river one can find Rhineloricarias.

2 species a described, from 1 river, the Rio Santa Maria. Therefore, noone knows what he or she will find.
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Ancistrus cuiabae expanded distribution

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Ancistrus cuiabae Knaack, 1999 (Siluriformes: Loricariidae: Ancistrinae): First record for the Southern Pantanal.

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Hi all following this thread.

I had recently seen the above paper that I noted and thought that it would fit nicely herein.

But, I thought afterwards: Is this "sticky" strictly an H.H. project? If so, please pardon my butting in. Please let me know.

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It was my idea but implemented with the help of Jools.
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Is there a reason why this Rineloricaria is in the Cat-eLog as Hemiloricaria?
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According to this, Hemiloricaria is a synonym of Rineloricaria.
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Thanks HH. :-)

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Southerly range extension of Trichomycterus barbouri

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Y.P. CARDOSO & S. BOGAN. 2015. Ampliación de la distribución de Trichomycterus barbouri (Siluriformes, Trichomycteridae) para la Argentina. Rev. Mus. Argentino Cienc. Nat., n.s., 17(2): 147-151.ISSN 1514-5158 (print); ISSN 1853-0400 (on line)
Cardosa & Bogan wrote:ABSTRACT
(Eigenmann, 1911) is a little-known species with a discontinuous distribution from the Beni River in Bolivia, in the Amazon River basin, to northwestern and central Argentina, in the Río de la Plata basin. Here, we describe new records of T. barbouri from three rivers of the chaco-pampean plain, two in the Santiago del Estero province and one in the Cuarto River basin in Córdoba province. These reports allow expanding the known area of distribution of the species, extending southwards the limit of the known distribution. Trichomycterus barbouri is the only species of the genus widely present in the chaco-pampean plain.

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Trichomycterus barbouri (Eigenmann, 1911) es una especie poco conocida que presenta una distribución discontinua desde el río Beni en Bolivia, cuenca del río Amazonas, hasta el noroeste y centro de la Argentina, en la cuenca del Río de la Plata. Se describen nuevos registros de T. barbouri en tres ríos de la llanura chacopampeana, dos en la provincia de Santiago del Estero y uno en el río Cuarto, en la provincia de Córdoba. Estos reportes permiten ampliar el área de distribución conocida para la especie, extendiendo más al sur su límite austral. Trichomycterus barbouri es la única especie del género que está ampliamente distribuida en la llanura chaco-pampeana.
  • Key words: fishes, Biogeography, Santiago del Estero, La Plata basin, endorrheic rivers.
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Benitez, M. F., Terán, G. E., Alonso, F., Aguilera, G., & Mirande, J. M. (2017). Cetopsorhamdia iheringi (Siluriformes, Heptapteridae): a new record for the freshwater ichthyofauna of Argentina. Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales nueva serie, 19(2), 113-119.
http://revista.macn.gov.ar/ojs/index.ph ... ew/507/469
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Cetopsorhamdia is a genus of Neotropical catfishes with a broad distribution in the main drainages of South America. Herein we report the first record of in Argentina and comment on the type series of the species.
  • Key words: Catfish, Paraná, Misiones, distribution
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