Oligosarcus argenteus Guenther , 1864, Guenther, 1864

dos Santos, Sergio Alexandre & de Britto, Marcelo Ribeiro, 2021, The ichthyofauna of a poorly known area in the middle-southern Espinhaco mountain range, state of Minas Gerais, Brazil: diagnostics and identification keys, ZooKeys 1054, pp. 25-66: 25

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Oligosarcus argenteus Guenther , 1864


Oligosarcus argenteus Guenther, 1864  

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Rio Doce, rio das Velhas, and upper rio Paran√° basins, Brazil.


Oligosarcus argenteus   is diagnosed by having 17-24 teeth in maxillary bone; 44-48 perforated scales in lateral line; 8-9 series of scales above and 6-8 below lateral line; iv-v+20-25 branched rays in the anal fin; 17-20 scales around caudal peduncle.