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Rodet Rodriguez-Silva James Josaphat Patricia Torres-Pineda Ingo Schlupp

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El Lago Miragoane, ubicado en el suroeste de Haití en la Hispaniola, es considerado uno de los centros de radiación más importantes de especies de peces vivíparos de la subfamilia Poeciliinae. A pesar de esto, no existen estudios que documenten el número de especies, la distribución o el estado de conservación de los peces de esta subfamilia que habitan en el lago. En este trabajo se presenta una lista anotada de las especies de peces vivíparos (grupo de vertebrados acuáticos más abundante en el Lago Miragoane) con la correspondiente diagnosis para cada especie colectada así como imágenes para su identificación. Nuestro estudio representa el primer análisis detallado que se haya realizado en los últimos 40 años de la mayoría las especies incluídas en el subgénero Limia y especialmente dentro del grupo de especies del subgénero Odontolimia. Se incluyen además reportes de distribución para dos especies recientemente descritas en esta área geográfica: Limia islai y L. mandibularis. Se reportan también algunas amanazas para la conservación de la fauna endémica de peces de agua dulce del Lago Miragoane y para la biodiversidad de esta importante área en general.

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Caribe, endémica, Limia, centro de radiación de especies

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Rodriguez-Silva, R., Josaphat, J., Torres-Pineda, P. y Schlupp, I. (2021) «Lista anotada de los peces vivíparos (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliinae) del Lago Miragoane en el suroeste de Haití, la Hispaniola», Novitates Caribaea, (17), pp. 147-162. doi: 10.33800/nc.vi17.249.