- Research Grants
graduate at Ciências Biológicas from Universidade Federal da Bahia (2006). Has experience in Zoology, acting on the following subjects: composição, coleção, rio paranapanema, histórico and ufba. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Comparative phylogeography is a branch of phylogeography, intended to study the effects of evolutionary history and biogeography on the distribution of genetic variation of co-distributed species. The Atlantic Forest (AF) is one of the most important and threatened biodiversity hotspots of the world characterized by having high diversity and endemism of organisms. The evolutionary histo...
Currently, the subfamily Glandulocaudinae comprises three genera, Lophiobrycon, Glandulocauda and Mimagoniates, and ten species, distributed in freshwater environments of eastern and southern Brazil, Paraguay, and northeastern Uruguay. Its members include small neotropical fishes, whose degree of morphological and behavioral specialization, as well as the distributional patterns of the ...
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