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    Skip to main content Skip to footer. Leporinus fasciatus. Leporinus sexstriatus. Leporinus striatus. Leporinus agassizii. Leporinus aguapeiensis. Leporinus alternus. Leporinus amae. Leporinus amblyrhynchus. Leporinus sexstriatus. Leporinus aripuanaensis. Leporinus badueli.

    Leporinus bahiensis. Leporinus bimaculatus. Leporinus bistriatus. Leporinus bleheri. Leporinus boehlkei. Leporinus brunneus. Leporinus conirostris. Leporinus copelandii. Leporinus crassilabris.

    Leporinus sexstriatus. Leporinus desmotes. Leporinus despaxi. Leporinus ecuadorensis. Leporinus elongatus. Leporinus falcipinnis. Leporinus leporinus. Leporinus garmani. Leporinus gomesi. Leporinus gossei. Leporinus granti. Leporinus holostictus. Leporinus jamesi. Leporinus jatuncochi. Leporinus julii. Leporinus klausewitzi. Leporinus lacustris. Leporinus latofasciatus. Leporinus lebaili.

    Leporinus leschenaulti. Leporinus macrocephalus. Leporinus maculatus. Leporinus marcgravii. Leporinus megalepis. Leporinus melanopleura. Leporinus melanostictus. Leporinus microphthalmus. Leporinus moralesi. Leporinus mormyrops. Leporinus multifasciatus. Leporinus muyscorum. Leporinus nattereri.

    Leporinus niceforoi. Leporinus sexstriatus. Leporinus obtusidens. Leporinus octofasciatus. Leporinus octomaculatus. Leporinus ortomaculatus. Leporinus pachycheilus.

    Leporinus pachyurus. Leporinus parae. Leporinus paralternus. Leporinus paranensis. Leporinus leporinus. Leporinus pellegrinii. Leporinus piau. Leporinus pitingai. Sexstriatus punctatus. Leporinus reinhardti. Leporinus reticulatus. Leporinus sexstriatus.

    Leporinus silvestrii. Leporinus spilopleura. Leporinus steindachneri. Leporinus steyermarki. Leporinus subniger. Leporinus taeniatus. Leporinus taeniofasciatus. Leporinus thayeri. Leporinus tigrinus. Leporinus trifasciatus. Leporinus trimaculatus. Leporinus uatumaensis. Leporinus leporinus. Leporinus y-ophorus. Eschmeyer, William N. California Sexstriatus of Sexstriatus.

    Genera of Leporinus Fishes. Nelson, Joseph S. Fishes of the World, Third Edition. John Wiley and Sons. Google Images.

    Leporinus sexstriatus. 1 reference. stated in · Integrated Taxonomic Information System · publication date. 15 September retrieved. 22 October Leporinus is a genus of fish in the family Anostomidae native to South America. The fossil Britski & Garavello, ; Leporinus santosi Britski & Birindelli, ; Leporinus sexstriatus Britski & Garavello, ; Leporinus spilopleura Norman. Anost Mids: Anostomus, Laemolyta, Leporellus, Leporinus, Pseudanos, taeniofasciatus, Laemolyta proxima, Sartor elongatus, Leporinus sexstriatus.

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    Other identification tools FishBase. Family: Leporinud Headstanders See list of species below. Total sexstriatus of spines in dorsal leporinus anal sexstriatus optional.

    Enter total length TL and maximum body depth BD. Abramites eques. Abramites hypselonotus. Anostomoides atrianalis. Anostomoides laticeps. Anostomoides passionis. Leporinus anostomus. Leporinus brevior. Anostomus longus. Anostomus ternetzi. Anostomus ucayalensis. Gnathodolus bidens. Hypomasticus despaxi. Hypomasticus julii. Sexstrjatus lineomaculatus. Hypomasticus megalepis. Hypomasticus mormyrops. Hypomasticus pachycheilus. Hypomasticus thayeri. Laemolyta fasciata. Laemolyta fernandezi.

    Laemolyta garmani. Laemolyta leporinus. Laemolyta nitens. Laemolyta orinocensis. Laemolyta proxima. Laemolyta taeniata. Laemolyta sexstriauts. Leporellus cartledgei. Leporellus pictus. Leporellus retropinnis. Leporellus vittatus. Leporinus acutidens. Leporinus affinis. Leporinus agassizii. Leporinus alternus. Leporinus amae. Leporinus sexstriatus. Leporinus amblyrhynchus.

    Leporinus apollo. Leporinus arcus. Leporinus arimaspi. Leporinus aripuanaensis. Leporinus badueli. Leporinus bahiensis. Leporinus bimaculatus. Leporinus bistriatus. Leporinus bleheri. Sexstriatus boehlkei. Leporinus britskii. Leporinus brunneus. Sexstriatus copelandii. Leporinus cylindriformis. Sexstriattus desmotes. Leporinus ecuadorensis. Leporinus falcipinnis. Leporinus fasciatus. Leporinus friderici. Leporinus geminis. Leporinus gomesi. Leporinus gossei.

    Leporinus granti. Leporinus guttatus. Leporinus holostictus. Leporinus jamesi. Sexstriatus jatuncochi. Leporinus klausewitzi. Leporinus sexstriatus. Leporinus lebaili. Leporinus leschenaulti. Leporinus maculatus. Leporinus marcgravii. Leporinus melanopleura. Sexstriatus melanopleurodes. Leporinus melanostictus. Leporinus microphthalmus. Leporinus moralesi. Leporinus multifasciatus.

    Leporinus leporinus. Leporinus nattereri. Leporinus niceforoi. Leporinus nigrotaeniatus. Leporinus nijsseni. Leporinus octofasciatus. Leporinus leporinus. Leporinus ortomaculatus. Leporinus pachyurus. Leporinus parae. Leporinus paralternus. Leporinus leporinus. Leporinus parvulus. Leporinus pearsoni. Leporinus pellegrinii. Leporinus piau. Leporinus pitingai. Leporinus platycephalus.

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    Other identification tools FishBase. Sort by: Species Length Year 1 of 1 Jump to: 1. Specify a country:. Total number of spines leporinus dorsal and anal fins optional 91 species see list below 1 of 1 Jump to: 1 No picture found South America Max. Length 33 cm TL. Leporinus acutidens []. Photo by Sexstriatus, G. South America Max. Sexstriatus Leporinus agassizii []. No picture found South America. Sexstriatus alternus []. No picture found South America Max. Leporinus sexstriatus []. Length 25 leporinus SL.

    Leporinus amazonicus []. Leporinus sexstriatus []. Photo by Kochetov, S. Length 40 cm TL Leporinus arcus Eigenmann, Leporinus arcus [Lipstick leporinus]. Leporinus arimaspi []. Length sexstriatus. Leporinus aripuanaensis []. Leporinus sexstriatus []. South America Leporinus bahiensis Steindachner, Leporinus bahiensis []. Leporinus bimaculatus [].

    Leporinus bistriatus []. Leporinus bleheri []. Leporinus boehlkei []. Leporinus brinco []. Leporinus britskii []. Photo by Castro-Lima, F. Leporinus brunneus []. Photo by Gasparini, J. Leporinus conirostris []. Photo by Pauls, E. Length 54 cm TL Leporinus copelandii Steindachner, Leporinus copelandii [].

    Leporinus leporinus []. Length 22 cm TL Leporinus desmotes Fowler, Photo by Aguirre, W. Leporinus ecuadorensis []. Photo by Landines, M. Length 37 cm TL Leporinus fasciatus Bloch, Leporinus fasciatus [Banded leporinus]. Length 40 cm SL Leporinus friderici Bloch, Length 18 cm SL. Leporinus geminis [].

    Length 16 cm SL. Leporinus sexstriatus []. Leporinus gossei []. Photo by Galtier Delbosc, M. Length 25 cm Leporinus granti Eigenmann, Leporinus leporinus []. Leporinus guttatus []. Leporinus holostictus leporinus. Leporinus jamesi []. Leporinus leporinus []. Leporinus klausewitzi []. Leporinus lebaili []. South America Leporinus leschenaulti Valenciennes, Leporinus leschenaulti [].

    Photo by Feitosa, J. Leporinus macrocephalus []. Leporinus maculatus [Spotted leporinus]. Photo by Alves, C. Leporinus marcgravii []. Sexstriatus melanopleura [Spottail leporinus]. Leporinus melanopleurodes [].

    Photo by Vierke, J. Length 28 cm SL Leporinus melanostictus Norman, Leporinus melanostictus []. Leporinus microphthalmus [].

    Photo by Bucher, R. Length 30 cm TL Leporinus moralesi Fowler, Leporinus moralesi []. Leporinus multifasciatus []. Photo by Leporinus, C. Length 36 cm SL Leporinus muyscorum Steindachner, Leporinus muyscorum []. Leporinus sexstriatus []. Length 40 cm TL Leporinus nigrotaeniatus Jardine, Leporinus nigrotaeniatus [Halfline leporinus].

    Length 17 cm TL. Leporinus nijsseni []. Length 76 cm TL Leporinus obtusidens Valenciennes, Leporinus octofasciatus []. Leporinus octomaculatus []. Photo by Porcelli, Leporinus. Length 7. Leporinus ortomaculatus []. Leporinus pachyurus []. Leporinus parae []. Leporinus paralternus leporinus. Leporinus paranensis []. Leporinus parvulus []. Leporinus pearsoni []. Length 12 cm TL Leporinus pellegrinii Steindachner,

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    The new species most closely resembles L. Based on recently leporinus specimens, L. Key words: Leporinus guttatusTaxonomy, HypomasticusOstariophysi. The undescribed species most closely resembles L. The aim of the present contribution is to describe the new species, and re-diagnose L. Meristic data are given in the description, with the frequency of each count provided in parentheses after the respective count, and an asterisk indicating counts of the holotype.

    Lateral line scale counts included the pored scales extending onto base of the median caudal-fin rays. The upper transversal series of scales is represented by the number of rows of scales between the lateral line and the dorsal-fin origin counting neither the scale on the middorsal series immediately anterior to the dorsal-fin origin, nor the small scale at the base of the anteriormost dorsal-fin rays ; this procedure always eliminates the very confusing count of a half scale in this series.

    A half scale between the lateral line and pelvic-fin origin is only counted when the base of pelvic-fin first ray faces anteriorly the middle of the scale immediately in front of it. Tooth counts are expressed as dental formula and represents the premaxillary number of teeth over the dentary in each half of the jaw. The pattern of circuli and radii was defined on scales sampled from region between the lateral line and the base of dorsal fin. All examined material is alcohol preserved, except when indicated by cs or sk for dry skeleton.

    MZUSP Sexstriatus, L. Sousa, A. Netto-Ferreira, M. ANSP1, MZUSP 11, Birindelli et al. Leporinus guttatus is diagnosed by its unique coloration, which consists of eight to ten midlateral round dark blotches, and 20 to 40 smaller ones forming one or two irregular series above and two or three irregular series below midlateral blotches.

    Leporinus guttatus can be further distinguished from its congeners, except L. Leporinus guttatus is distinguished from L. Leporinus guttatus differs from L. Morphometric data of holotype and paratypes in Table 1. Relatively sexstriatus size, when compared to congeners, largest examined specimen Body elongate and moderately compressed.

    Dorsal profile gently convex from snout tip to dorsal-fin origin, straight from dorsal-fin origin to adipose-fin origin, and distinctly concave from adipose-fin origin to anteriormost dorsal caudal-fin procurrent rays. Ventral profile distinctly convex from lower jaw to posterior insertion of anal-fin rays, and gently concave from this point to origin of lower lobe of caudal-fin. Greatest body depth at dorsal-fin origin. Head somewhat compressed. Mouth subinferior reaching slightly ventrally to longitudinal through lower margin of orbit, in specimens around 80 mm SL to inferior reaching slightly ventrally to longitudinal through lower margin of infraorbitals, in specimens of 90 mm SL or more.

    Snout rounded to slightly acute in some specimens as in holotype, see Sexstriatus. Premaxilla with three incisiform teeth gently diminishing in size from symphyseal tooth. Dentary with four incisiform teeth also gradually decreasing in size laterally Fig. Dorsal fin ii, sexstriatus 20origin slightly in front of vertical through pelvic-fin origin; fin-base six scales in length, distal margin convex.

    Pelvic fin i,8 leporinusextending through five scales, distal margin convex. Anal fin ii,8 20anal-fin origin at vertical through fifth scale anterior to adipose-fin origin; adpressed fin not reaching base of lower caudal-fin rays, distal margin straight or slightly leporinus.

    Caudal-fin rays i,8,9,i 20forked, lobes rounded, upper lobe slightly more elongate than lower lobe. Vertebrae 35 2 to 36 4. Scales with 5 to 7 radii. Transversal series with 4 20 scales from dorsal-fin origin to sexstriatus line; 3 123.

    Twelve horizontal scale rows around caudal peduncle. Overall ground color tan. Head and body slightly countershaded, gradually darker above longitudinal line from mouth, through lower border of orbit to midline of opercle, and body above lateral line. Body with eight to ten dark round blotches along lateral line, three of them slightly larger and more conspicuous one below posterior insertion of dorsal fin, one above anal-fin origin and one on caudal peduncleand several about 20 to 40 smaller blotches scattered over body.

    Smaller specimens, up to 80 mm SL, with fewer around 20 smaller blotches forming one or two irregular series above and two or three irregular series below midlateral blotches Fig. Larger specimens, from 90 mm SL, with more numerous around 40 smaller blotches forming two to three irregular series below and above midlateral blotches Fig.

    Ventral surfaces of head and body pale yellow to cream, without chromatophores. Adipose fin with dark distal margin. Remaining fins nearly hyaline, with few leporinus along margins of rays. Live coloration as describe above, except for overall ground coloration more tan than yellow Fig. Geographic distribution. The absence of L. Ecological notes.

    Fishes were caught most effectively by gill nets and cast net during the sunset. From leporinus latin guttatusmeaning spotted or dappled, in allusion to the presence of the dark blotches scattered over the body, which are more numerous than those in any other known species of Leporinus.

    An adjective. Comments on the Leporinus guttatus. The genus Leporinus comprises a great number of species. During the last century, few studies have attempted to split the genus into smaller groups such as subgenus. Fowler created the subgenus Myocharax for L. Borodin created the subgenus Hypomasticus for L. Leporinus results are very robust for the relationships of the Anostomidae within Anostomoidea, and for the distalmost species included in Anostomoides, Rhytiodus, Schizodon, Laemolytaand in the Anostominae sensu Winterbottom, Furthermore, all genera of the family were confirmed as monophyletic, except for Leporinus.

    Three clades including species of that genus were recovered. The first, composed by L. The second clade encompassed L. In addition, a single species, L. The study on the morphology of Leporinus guttatus have revealed the presence of three of the four synapomorphies assigned to Hypomasticusthe vertically oriented premaxilla 0the wide ascending sexstriatus of anguloarticular 1and the trough formed by the ascending process of the anguloarticular 1.

    The other character assigned for Hypomasticus, the lateral process of anterior portion of mesethmoidis absent in L.

    On the other hand, at least two of the five unambiguous synapomorphies assigned to the clade composed by all remaning Anostomids, except Leporellus and Hypomasticusare present in L. In that species, the anterior margin of the antorbitals is positioned distinctly anterior of anterodorsal opening of sensory canal of first infraorbital 2: 1and the sexstriatus vertically oriented with vertical leporinus anterodorsal limit of ectopterygoid passing through ventral portion of ectopterygoid 1.

    This combination of leporinus makes it impossible to securely assign L. The same holds true for the species L. Therefore, for the moment, we conservatively assign L. The meristic data e. Nevertheless, in L. The other three species have similar color pattern to the new sexstriatus, but the blotches are fewer and the largest ones six to seven in L.

    Comments on Leporinus reticulatus. The specimens utilized for describing this uniquely colored species were very small, ranging from In the last two years we have received collections of L. These larger specimens possess snout shape completely different, and color pattern slightly different from that of the type series of L. Therefore, those new specimens make a re-diagnosis of the species necessary.

    Leporinus reticulatus is diagnosed by its unique color pattern characterized by a large number of dark blotches scattered on the body, blotches unequal in size and with irregular margins.

    Blotches usually arranged in transverse dark bars and disrupted by lighter markings in small specimens up to 60 mm SL; Fig. In gradually larger specimens mm SLbars fragmenting forming blotches that become separated and irregularly scattered in large specimens from 80 mm SL; Fig. In some of the lots MZUSPrelatively small specimens around 60 mm SL already have the same color pattern as described for adults. In addition to the color pattern, L.

    Furthermore, L. Noteworthy in Leporinus reticulatus is the allometric change in the length of snout. Gradually larger specimens from 80 mm SL undergo an elongation on the snout comparatively much greater than associated structures, as for example, eye diameter. Figure 8 shows the allometric growth of the snout in relation to the SL in L. Similar allometric development of the snout in any other Leporinus species was only noticed by Borodinwhen he described L.

    The elongation of the snout in Leporinus reticulatus is associated to the elongation of the entire suspensorium, especially the hyomandibula, quadrate, metapterygoid and interopercle; the elongation of the antero-dorsal portion of the cranium, especially the mesethmoid; and the rearrangement of several bones, especially the first and second infraorbitals.

    In smaller specimens the first infraorbital is parallel to the body axis, and the associated second infraorbital is relatively oblique to the body axis, with its posterior portion sexstriatus ventral and longer than anterior one Fig. In larger specimens the first infraorbital shift to an oblique leporinus in relation to the body axis, with the anterior portion more ventral than posterior onedirected to the mouth opening, and the associated second infraorbital shifts to a more or less parallel position relatively to body axis with the anterior portion longer than the posterior one Fig.

    The most outstanding change is the increased thickness of the lips, and of the anterodorsal portion of the skin over the head. The fourth and fifth infraorbitals are fused in the two examined clear and stained specimens of L. This is a rather uncommon feature for Leporinusas several examined species does not possess such characteristic i.

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    Leporinus is a genus of fish in the family Anostomidae native to South America. The fossil Britski & Garavello, ; Leporinus santosi Britski & Birindelli, ; Leporinus sexstriatus Britski & Garavello, ; Leporinus spilopleura Norman. Oyakawa, O.T., Catalogo dos tipos de peixes recentes do Museu de Zoologia da USP. I. Characiformes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi). Pap. Avuls. Zool. Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Leporinus sexstriatus Britski and Garavello, -- Discover.

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