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Chromosome evolution in fishes: a new challenging proposal from Neotropical species
We present a database containing cytogenetic data of Neotropical actinopterygian fishes from Venezuela obtained in a single laboratory for the first time. The results of this study include 103 species belonging to 74 genera assigned to 45 families and 17 out of the 40 teleost orders. In the group of marine fishes, the modal diploid number was 2n=48 represented in 60% of the studied species, while in the freshwater fish group the modal diploid complement was 2n=54, represented in 21.21 % of thedoi:10.1590/1982-0224-20130008 fatcat:savhazqknbhutbym3mzxfc5lza