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Pinna, Mário C. C. de

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Works: 12 works in 29 publications in 2 languages and 528 library holdings
Genres: Classification  Terminology 
Roles: Author
Classifications: QL1, 590.5
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Most widely held works by Mário C. C. de Pinna
Monophyly and phylogenetic diagnosis of the family Cetopsidae, with synonymization of the Helogenidae (Teleostei:Siluriformes) by Mário C. C. de Pinna( Book )

11 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 400 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The fishes of the Amazon : distribution and biogeographical patterns, with a comprehensive list of species by Fernando C. P Dagosta( Book )

2 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

We provide a general compilation of the diversity and geographical distribution of Amazonian fishes, updated to the end of 2018. Our database includes documented distributions of 4214 species (both Amazonian and from surrounding basins), compiled from published information plus original data from ichthyological collections. Our results show that the Amazon basin comprises the most diverse regional assemblage of freshwater fishes in the world, with 2716 valid species (1696 of which are endemic) representing 529 genera, 60 families, and 18 orders. These data permit a view of the diversity and distribution of Amazonian fishes on a basinwide scale, which in turn allows the identification of congruent biogeographical patterns, here defined as the overlapping distributions of two or more lineages (species or monophyletic groups). We recognize 20 distinct distributional patterns of Amazonian fishes, which are herein individually delimited, named, and diagnosed. Not all these patterns are associated with identifiable geographical barriers, and some may result from ecological constraints. All the major Amazonian subdrainages fit into more than one biogeographical pattern. This fact reveals the complex history of hydrographical basins and shows that modern basin-defined units contribute relatively little as explanatory factors for the present distributions of Amazonian fishes. An understanding of geomorphological processes and associated paleographic landscape changes provides a far better background for interpreting observed patterns. Our results are expected to provide a framework for future studies on the diversification and historical biogeography of the Amazonian aquatic biota
Higher-level names for catfishes (Actinopterygii:Ostariophysi:Siluriformes) by Carl J Ferraris( Book )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The second ural centrum in Siluriformes and its implication for the monophyly of superfamily Sisoroidea (Teleostei, Ostariophysi) by Mário C. C. de Pinna( Book )

2 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A well-developed second ural half-centrum is a peculiar characteristic of the caudal skeleton of certain siluriforms, not seen in other Recent ostariophysans. Although the character has been previously recorded in the literature, its exact taxonomic distribution, structure, ontogeny, and phylogenetic meaning within siluriforms are not yet determined. In this paper, the degree of development of the second ural half-centrum is surveyed across the order. The ontogeny of the relevant axial structures in the posterior region of the vertebral column is reported in representative siluriform taxa. The condition where the second ural centrum is well formed and forms a complete intervertebral joint anteriorly with the compound caudal centrum is considered derived within siluriforms, a character state homoplastic with the primitive state in more distant teleostean outgroups. Various catfishes display that derived condition, which is informative about relationships at different levels within the group. The most inclusive of those clades is the superfamily Sisoroidea, including the families Amblycipitidae, Akysidae, Sisoridae, Erethistidae, and Aspredinidae. The placement of the neotropical Aspredinidae into an otherwise exclusively Asian clade has important biogeographical implications and the structure of the second ural centrum provides additional support to that hypothesis. Based on the currently available knowledge on the relationships among catfishes, a well-developed second ural centrum is hypothesized to be a result of six different events in siluriforms
A new sarcoglanidine catfish, phylogeny of its subfamily, and an appraisal of the phyletic status of the Trichomycterinae (Teleostei, Trichomycteridae) by Mário C. C. de Pinna( Book )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Taxonomic Impediment or Impediment to Taxonomy? A Commentary on Systematics and the Cybertaxonomic-Automation Paradigm by Marcelo R. de Carvalho( )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contribuições em sistemática filogenética e ictiologia by Mário C. C. de Pinna( Book )

1 edition published in 2000 in Portuguese and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A new species of Trichogenes (Siluriformes, Trichomycteridae), with a discussion on the homologies of the anterior orbital bones in trichomycterids and other loricarioids by Mário C. C. de Pinna( Book )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A new species of the rare genus Trichogenes is reported on the basis of specimens without locality and other associated data. The obvious distinctiveness, taxonomic relevance, and phylogenetic importance of the new taxon justify its description with material at hand. Trichogenes beagle, new species, differs from all congeners by the presence of tricuspidate teeth on its jaws; by the distribution of opercular odontodes along a wide area of the margin of the opercle; by the pale integumentary pigmentation, composed of few scattered small spots on dorsum and flanks, but lacking large spots near the base of the anal fin; and by the absence of differential concentration of dark chromatophores along the base of the dorsal fin. The new species differs further from each of its two congeners, T. longipinnis and T. claviger, by various additional traits of internal and external morphology and pigmentation. Trichogenes beagle seems to be the closest relative of T. claviger, the two species sharing a number of putatively derived traits not present in T. longipinnis, such as the presence of a large anterodorsal clawlike process on the neural arches of the anterior four free vertebrae. The three species now included in Trichogenes share all synapomorphies previously proposed for the genus, thus strongly supporting generic monophyly. The enigmatic disc-shaped orbital bone in T. beagle and congeners is homologous to a topologically equivalent rodlike structure in other trichomycterids. New comparative information corroborates the hypothesis that the bone is a neomorphic structure, here called the barbular bone. Previous proposals of its homology with the antorbital or supraorbital are refuted. Ontogenetic data demonstrate that the anterior element of the infraorbital series in trichomycterids is a fusion between the lacrimal and antorbital, as postulated--but previously poorly demonstrated--for other catfishes. The structure of the opercle in the new species is intermediate between the highly derived morphology in most trichomycterids and the plesiomorphic condition in other loricarioids, helping to understand the evolution of the opercle of trichomycterids. New information on T. claviger is reported on the basis of additional material
Monophyly and phylogenetic diagnosis of the Family Cetopsidae, with synonymization of the Helogenidae (Teleostei : Silurifor mes) by Mário C. C. de Pinna( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Monophyly and phylogenetic diagnosis of the family ceptosidae, with synonymization of the helogenidae (Teleostei : Siluriformes) by Mário C. C. de Pinna( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Higher-level names for catfishes (Actinopterygii: Ostariophysi: Siluriformes) by Carl J Ferraris( Book )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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