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Hyphessobrycon nicolasi is described from the Uruguay River basin in the Mesopotamian Region, Entre Ríos, Argentina. The new species can be distinguished from all congeners by the presence of a well-defined oblique and marginal black stripe on each lobe of the caudal fin. Other characters defining H. nicolasi are the possession of 1-3 teeth with 3-10 cusps on maxilla; outer premaxillary row with 2-3 small teeth, with 5 or 7 cusps; iv-vi, 27-36 anal-fin rays; 33-36 scales on the longitudinal series; two vertical dark spots on the humeral region; dorsal and anal fins dappled in black and base of caudal fin bearing conspicuous black spot; and the presence of bony hooks on the rays of dorsal, anal and caudal fins of the mature males.


Hyphessobrycon nicolasi is described from the Uruguay River basin in the Mesopotamian Region, Entre Ríos, Argentina. The new species can be distinguished from all congeners by the presence of a well-defined oblique and marginal black stripe on each lobe of the caudal fin. Other characters defining H. nicolasi are the possession of 1-3 teeth with 3-10 cusps on maxilla; outer premaxillary row with 2-3 small teeth, with 5 or 7 cusps; iv-vi, 27-36 anal-fin rays; 33-36 scales on the longitudinal series; two vertical dark spots on the humeral region; dorsal and anal fins dappled in black and base of caudal fin bearing conspicuous black spot; and the presence of bony hooks on the rays of dorsal, anal and caudal fins of the mature males.


Diagnosis. Hyphessobrycon nicolasi can be distinguished from congeners by the presence of a well-defined, oblique and marginal black stripe on each lobe of the caudal fin. In addition, the following combination of characters permits the differentiation of the species: maxilla with 1-3 teeth, bearing 3-10 cusps; outer premaxillary row with 2-3 small teeth, bearing 5 or 7 cusps; iv-v, 27-36 anal-fin rays; 33-36 scales on the longitudinal series; two vertically elongated dark humeral spots; black caudal spot rounded or fan-shaped; dorsal and anal fins with the first rays dappled in black; and presence of minute bony hooks on the dorsal, anal and caudal fins of the mature males.


Dorsal-fin origin almost equidistant from tip of snout and base of caudal-fin rays. Tip of pectoral fin not surpassing pelvic-fin origin. Pelvic-fin tip not surpassing the anal-fin origin. Presence of bony hooks on rays of dorsal, anal and caudal fins of mature males. Dorsal-fin rays ii,8 (5), i,9 (2), ii,9* (30), or iii,9 (6). In the latter specimens, first unbranched ray very small and only visible in cleared and stained specimens. Posterior margin of dorsal fin rounded, last unbranched ray and first two branched rays longest. Adipose fin well developed. Pectoral- fin rays i,10 (19), i,11* (17), or i,12 (5). Pelvic-fin rays i,6 in all specimens. Pelvic fin with axillary scale. Anal-fin rays iv,27 (5), v,27 (2), vi,27 (1), iv,28 (6), v,28 (6), iv,29 (7), v,29 (2), iv,30 (5), v,30* (6), iv,31 (2), iv,35 (1), or iv,36 (1). Anal-fin origin aligned to vertical through base of third to sixth dorsal-fin ray, except in one female (37.4 mm SL) with anal and dorsal fin origins aligned. Posterior end of pelvic fin falling short of anal fin by 1-2 scales. Caudal fin forked, lobes rounded, and similar in size. Principal caudal-fin rays i,16,i (1), i,17,i (9), or i,18,i (1). Dorsal procurrent rays 9 (5), 10 (3), 11 (2), or 12 (1). Ventral procurrent rays 7 (2), 8 (6), or 9 (3).


The mature males of H. nicolasi possess minute bony hooks on the rays of the dorsal, anal and caudal fins. Among Hyphessobrycon species the presence of bony hooks on the dorsal-fin rays is known to occur in H. auca Almirón, Casciotta, Bechara & Ruiz Diaz, H. hamatus Bertaco & Malabarba, H. togoi Miquelarena & López, H. uruguayensis (Fowler), and H. vinaceus Bertaco, Malabarba & Dergam (Miquelarena & López, 2006; Bertaco et al., 2007). 041b061a72


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