Ivan Sazima

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Ivan Sazima

  • Departamento de Zoologia, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas, Brazil.

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  • Sazima, I. 1977. Possible case of aggressive mimicry in a neotropical scale-eating fish. Nature, 270: 510-512. Zitatseite 


  • Sazima, I. 1983. Scale-eating in characoids and other fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 9: 87-101. Zitatseite 


  • Sazima, I. & Machado, F.A. 1990. Underwater observations of piranhas in western Brazil. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 28: 17–31. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Moura, R.L., Gasparini, J.L. & Sazima, I. 1999. New records and range extensions of reef fishes in the western south Atlantic, with comments on reef fish distribution along the Brazilian coast. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, 16 (2): 513–530. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Sabino, J. & Sazima, I. 1999. Association between fruit-eating fish and foraging monkeys in western Brazil. Ichthyiological Exploration of Freshwaters, 10 (4): 309–312. Zitatseite 


  • Moura, R.L. & Sazima, I. 2000. Species richness and endemism levels of the Southwestern Atlantic reef fish fauna. Pp. 481–486 in: Moosa, M.K., Soemodihardjo, S., Soegiarto, A., Romimohtarto, K., Nontji, A., Soekarno & Suharsono (Eds): Proceedings of the 9th International Coral Reef Symposium. Ministry of Environment, the Indonesian Institute of Sciences and the International Society for Reef Studies, Bali, Indonesia. Zitatseite 
  • Moura, R.L., Figueiredo, J.L. & Sazima, I. 2001. A new parrotfish (Scaridae) from Brazil, and revalidation of Sparisoma amplum (Ranzani, 1842), Sparisoma frondosum (Agassiz, 1831), Sparisoma axillare (Steindachner, 1878) and Scarus trispinosus Valenciennes, 1840. Bulletin of Marine Science, 68 (3): 505-524. (PDF) Zitatseite 
  • Bockmann, F.A. & Sazima, I. 2004. Trichomycterus maracaya, a new catfish from the upper rio Paraná, southeastern Brazil (Siluriformes: Trichomycteridae), with notes on the T. brasiliensis species-complex. Neotropical Ichthyology, 2 (2): 61-74. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Sazima, I. 2004. Natural history of Trichogenes longipinnis, a threatened trichomycterid catfish endemic to Atlantic forest streams in southeast Brazil. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 15 (1): 49-60. Zitatseite 
  • Moura, R.L., Francini-Filho, R.B., Sazima, I., Flesh, C.H., Allen, G.R. & Ferreira, C.E.L. 2005. Checklist of reef and shore fish species recorded from the Abrolhos region. Pp. 98–125 in
  • Dutra, G.F., Allen, G.R., Werner, T. & McKenna, S.A. (Eds.) 2005. A rapid marine biodiversity assessment of the Abrolhos Bank, Bahia, Brazil. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment, 38. Washington, DC: Conservation International. Zitatseite 
  • Sazima, I., Krajewski, J.P., Bonaldo, R.M. & Sazima, C. 2005. Wolf in a sheep's clothes: juvenile coney (Cephalopholis fulva) as an aggressive mimic of the brown chromis (Chromis multilineata). Neotropical Ichthyology, 3 (2): 315-318. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Zuanon, J. & Sazima, I. 2005. Free meals on long-distance cruisers: the vampire fish rides giant catfishes in the Amazon. Biota Neotropica, 5 (1): 109-114. (doi) Zitatseite 
  • Sazima, C., Krajewski, J.P., Bonaldo, R.M. & Sazima, I. 2007. Nuclear-follower foraging associations of reef fishes and other animals at an oceanic archipelago. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 80 (4): 351–361. (doi) Zitatseite