A preview of highlights in AMAZONAS Magazine’s January/February 2021 Issue. Paid AMAZONAS Subscribers can log in with their email address and read the Digital Edition starting December 15th, 2020.
A new marbled loricariid catfish has been described from the upper Paraguaça basin in Brazil. The new taxon, Parotocinclus nandae, is the seventh species of loricariid known from the Río Paraguaça basin, and it is also considered to be an endemic of the area.
The wood-eating watermelon pleco or L330 has been formally described as a distinct subspecies of Panaque nigrolineatus.
We review the takeaways of research conducted by Roxo and colleagues (2019) on the Family Loricariidae, the armored catfishes.