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References

  • De Pinna, M.C.C. 2006. Diversity of Tropical Fishes. Pp. 47-84 in: A.L. Val, V.M.F. de Almeda-Val, and D.J. Randall, eds. The Physiology of Tropical Fishes. Academic Press.
  • De Pinna, M.C.C. 2006. Diversity of Tropical Fishes. Pp. 47-84 in: A.L. Val, V.M.F. de Almeda-Val, and D.J. Randall, eds. The Physiology of Tropical Fishes. Academic Press.
  • De Pinna, M.C.C. 2006. Diversity of Tropical Fishes. Pp. 47-84 in: A.L. Val, V.M.F. de Almeda-Val, and D.J. Randall, eds. The Physiology of Tropical Fishes. Academic Press.
  • De Pinna, M.C.C. 2006. Diversity of Tropical Fishes. Pp. 47-84 in: A.L. Val, V.M.F. de Almeda-Val, and D.J. Randall, eds. The Physiology of Tropical Fishes. Academic Press.
  • Nelson, Joseph S. 1994. Fishes of the World, Third Edition. xvii + 600
  • Spotte, S., P. Petry, and J.A.S. Zuanon. 2001. Experiments on the feeding behavior of the hematophagous candiru, Vandellia cf. plazaii. Environmental Biology of Fishes 60: 459-464.
  • Spotte, S., P. Petry, and J.A.S. Zuanon. 2001. Experiments on the feeding behavior of the hematophagous candiru, Vandellia cf. plazaii. Environmental Biology of Fishes 60: 459-464.
  • Zuanon, J. and I. Sazima. 2004. Vampire catfishes seek the aorta not the jugular: candirus of the genus Vandellia (Trichomycteridae) feed on major gill arteries of host fishes. aqua, Journal of Ichthyology and Aquatic Biology 8 (1): 31-36.
  • Zuanon, J. and I. Sazima. 2004. Vampire catfishes seek the aorta not the jugular: candirus of the genus Vandellia (Trichomycteridae) feed on major gill arteries of host fishes. aqua, Journal of Ichthyology and Aquatic Biology 8 (1): 31-36.
  • de Pinna, Mário C. C., and Wolmar Wosiacki / Reis, Roberto E., Sven O. Kullander, et al., eds. 2003. Family Trichomycteridae (Pencil or parasitic catfishes). Check List of the Freshwater Fishes of South and Central America. 270-290

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