WELCOME TO OPEFE ARCHIVES

 

THE SCIENCES

website security

 

The Scientists

Dr. William L. Fink  

University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Michigan

Dr. Antonio Machado-Allison

Universidad Central de Venezuela

Dr. Michel Jégu & Nicholas Hubert

Antenne IRD, Laboratoire d'Ichtyologie France

Dr. Labbish Chao  

Projeto Piaba, Amazon

Dr. Guillermo Orti  

Orti Laboratory, Nebraska

DATA BANKS

1. The Paleobiology Data Base

 

2. All Catfish Species Inventory

 

3. Biology Browser, Free

 

4. Killi-DATA

 

5. RESEARCH LINKS

a. Catalog of Fishes - California Academy of Sciences

b. Catálogo das espécies de Peixes Marhinhos e de áqua doce do Brasil

6. Antonio Machado-Allison y William L. Fink - Los Peces Caribes de Venezuela. book

 

7.  The History of Ichthyology

 

8.   Lefalophodo

 

9.   Wilderness Medical Society reports on S. maculatus bites on people

 

10. CITES - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

 

11. Ornamental Fish International (OFI)

12. Pisces Conservation

 

13. Tree of Life

 

14. Aquatic Rapid Assessment Program [AQUARAP]

 

15. Fishes of Amazonas, Venezuela; Nathan K. Lujan & Mark H. Sabaj

 

16. X Congreso Nacional de Acuicultura.

17.  A policy for publishing information affecting. Zoological Nomenclature in Ichthyology, and. for acquisition of donations to ichthyological.

18.  Labbish Chao wild caught Serrasalminae fishes

 

19.  Zootaxa A rapid international journal for animal taxonomists.

 

20.  NESCent National Evolutionary Synthesis Center

 

21.  Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

 

22. EurekAlert,  science news just a click away

 

23. Integrated Science Taxonomy. View

 

PDF DOCUMENTS AT OPEFE (not linked) - EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY - NOT AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC VIEWING

1. Karotype and Nucleolar Organizer regions in Serrasalmus rhombeus (Serrasalminae) from Caicara Del Orinoco, Venezuela.

 

2. NAKAYAMA, C.M.; PORTO, J.I.R. & FELDBERG, E. (1998) Ocorrência de dois citótipos de Serrasalmus spilopleura (Characiformes, Serrasalmidae) na confluência dos rios Negro e Solimões, Manaus-AM. Resumos do XXII Congresso Brasileiro de Zoologia: 209

 

3. A new species of Kritskyia from the ureters and urinary bladder of Serrasalmus marginatus and S. spilopleura from southern Brazil with an emended generic diagnosis.

4. Karylogical Evidence for a Cryptic Species of Piranha within Serrasalmus rhombeus in Amazon - 2001

 

5. Chromosomal  Polymorphism in Serrasalmus spilopleura from Central Amazon Basin - 2002.

 

6. Rehabilitation of S. spilopleura v. S. maculatus.

 

7. Catoprion mento, Feeding behavior of the wimpel piranha.

 

8.  Deciphering Piranha Identifications.

9.  Historical Patterns of Development Integration of Piranhas

10. Estudio das espécies icticas E Opcões de Manejo Piscicola no Parque Estadual do Cantão - Estado do Tocantins

11. Peces Ornamentales

 

12. Peces de Cocha Cashu

13. Rapid Biological Inventories

14. The Flooded Forest - Amazon Voyage

 

15. Megapiranha paranensis

 

 

 

USE YOUR BACKSPACE OR RETURN RESEARCH PAGE

 

TO RETURN HOME CLICK HERE.

 

Copyright© 1994-2012 Oregon Piranha Exotic Fish Exhibit (The OPEFE fish exhibit is permanently CLOSED as of 2000) Sutherlin, Oregon. Information posted on this web site is archival data on fish scientific classifications and other information. DISCLAIMER: The copyrighted material may not be used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research. Cited information requires credit and this link:  www.opefe.com. All rights reserved. All images shown  (unless otherwise noted) is property of OPEFE.