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Enmanuel Montero-Fortunato José Infante

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Se reporta por primera vez habitando de forma natural, la especie de pez ornamental Amphilophus citrinellus (Günther, 1864) para República Dominicana, en la presa de Hatillo, provincia Sánchez Ramírez. Se colectaron nueve especímenes y se utilizaron caracteres merísticos para su identificación. Se presume la introducción intencional de esta especie de alto potencial invasor en este cuerpo de agua.

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especie introducida, cíclido Midas, pez ornamental, comercio de acuarios

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Montero-Fortunato, E. y Infante, J. (2021) «Primer reporte del pez Amphilophus citrinellus (Perciformes: Cichlidae) en cuerpos de agua natural para República Dominicana», Novitates Caribaea, (18), pp. 219–224. doi: 10.33800/nc.vi18.273.