Serrapinnus notomelas

The Serrapinnus notomelas lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

the weight/length relationship for Serrapinnus notomelas is (weight=0.0000191*length standard3.106) and for Bryconamericus stramineus is (weight=0.0000080* length standard3.193), being the constant b significantly higher than three. The asymptotic length for Serrapinnus notomelas was 42.1 mm and for Bryconamericus stramineus was 54.7 mm. More

Serrapinnus notomelas was selected to assess the effect of abiotic and biotic variables using indirect gradient analysis. More

Eigenmann, 1915 = Serrapinnus notomelas (Eigenmann, 1915); Cheirodon sp. = Serrapinnus sp.; Hyphessobrycon callistus (Boulenger, 1900) = H. eques (Steindachner, 1882); Jobertina sp. = Characidium sp.; Myloplus levis (Eigenmann and McAtee, 1907) = M. More

Four populations of Serrapinnus notomelas and one population of Serrapinnus sp.1, both belonging to the subfamily Cheirodontinae, were analyzed by Giemsa and silver nitrate impregnation techniques. We found 2n = 52 chromosomes for all populations, with interspecific differences in the karyotype formula; S. More

Serrapinnus notomelas, Apareiodon affinis, and Satanoperca papaterra (Table 3), with a high percentage of autochthonous items in the diet (more than 90%). For S. notomelas the main item during both seasons was filamentous blue-green algae (58. More

Common names

L:ambari in Creole, Portuguese
L:ambari in Creoles and Pidgins, Portuguese
Lambari in Unknown
Piabinha in Creole, Portuguese
Piabinha in Creoles and Pidgins, Portuguese

Order : Characiformes
Family : Characidae
Genus : Serrapinnus
Species : Serrapinnus notomelas
Authority : Eigenmann, 1915