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Recent observations

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Square

Observer

reallifeecology

Date

January 11, 2016 04:13 PM EST

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Tarpon prochilodus Prochilodus lineatus

Observer

nicoolejnik

Date

February 25, 2011

Photos / Sounds

What

Tarpon prochilodus Prochilodus lineatus

Observer

nicoolejnik

Date

December 5, 2011

Photos / Sounds

Observer

encho

Date

March 31, 2015 08:58 PM COT

Description

De la Plaza de mercado

Photos / Sounds

What

Tarpon prochilodus Prochilodus lineatus

Observer

nicoolejnik

Date

November 4, 2012

Description

Found dead during a flooding.

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

flagtail prochilodus Semaprochilodus insignis

Observer

tobler

Date

February 3, 2009

Photos / Sounds

What

Black prochilodus Prochilodus nigricans

Observer

tobler

Date

February 1, 2009

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Tarpon prochilodus Prochilodus lineatus

Observer

jthomas

Date

February 26, 2008

Description

sabalo (Prochilodus lineatus) is a fish that lives in the Parana River system that stretches from Brazil down to Buenos Aires.

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Tarpon prochilodus Prochilodus lineatus

Observer

lotlhmoq

Date

November 1, 2011 12:00 AM CET

Description

Brazil, Mato Grosso do Sul, Bonito, Rio da Prata, November 10, 2011
photo: lotlhmoq

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Description from Wikipedia

The Prochilodontidae, or flannel-mouthed characins, are a small family of fishes found primarily in the northern half of South America, south to Paraguay and northern Argentina. This family is closely related to the Curimatidae, and in the past they were included in Characidae.

No range data available.
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