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Aim This study characterized the diet of Odontostilbe pequira in Porto Murtinho, Pantanal, Brazil, and evaluated the existence of spatial, temporal and ontogenetic variation in feeding. Methods A total of 303 individuals were analyzed from February 2009 through January 2010, and the alimentary index was used to quantify feeding items importance. Results Of the 88.7% of all stomachs analyzed that had contents, 78 prey items were identified, with a predominance of algae and microcrustaceans.doi:10.1590/s2179-975x3316 fatcat:5oqvwxjor5eo3kasnftevhc4zi