Press Room

  • Nov032021

    Ictio Data Update – September 2021

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  • Nov092020

    The piraiba, an unbeknownst giant

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  • May292020

    An impressive migration is interrupted

    Text: Claudia Acosta, Fabrice Duponchele, Gina Leite, Guido Miranda & Vanessa Eyng.   A journey of almost 11 thousand kilometers.…

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  • May252020

    The smallest smallest – because migration is not just a matter of size

    By Vanessa Eyng y Guido Miranda Collaborators: Claudia Acosta and Gina Leite   The Tacana people are located in the…

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  • May232020

    Looking at Amazonian turtles and the importance of monitoring them

    By Camila Fagundes and Camila Ferrara – WCS Brasil    The turtles of the Amazon, like many other animals, move…

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  • May222020

    Biodiversity on the move

    Te invitamos a explorar los movimientos por los ríos de la Cuenca Amazónica La Red Ciencia Ciudadana para la Amazonía…

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  • Apr152020

    New partners of the Citizen Science Network for the Amazon

    The Citizen Science Network for the Amazon is growing. Welcome to todxs; it is a pleasure to collaborate with you!…

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  • Apr092020

    Ictio App: Monitoring Amazon fish

    By Fish TV, Brazil   That there are migratory species, we know. But what if I said you could be…

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  • Apr072020

    Amazon Fish database integrates with Ictio

    Amazon Fish/ Ictio   The Amazon Fish consortium integrates its database of freshwater fish to the Ictio platform. Along with…

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  • Jun032019

    Professors teach curriculum subjects taking Amazonian culture into the classroom

    By Julia de Freitas and Vanessa Eyng   Teachers from the municipality of Tefé, in the Amazon, started the activities…

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