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Bocachico (Sabalo)

Sabalo (Bocachico)

Prochilodus lineatus (synonym P. platensis) is a South American species of ray-finned fish that inhabits the basin of the Paraná River and the Paraguay River in the Argentine Mesopotamia and Paraguay, the Pilcomayo River in Bolivia, and the Paraíba do Sul River in Brazil. InSpanish its common name is sábalo; in Brazil it receives the names curimbatácurimbacorimbatá or grumatã. In the United States it is also known by the technical synonym Tarpon prochilodus. There are many other species of fish with the common name sábaloP. lineatus is therefore distinguished sometimes as sábalo jetón (colloquial Spanish for "big-mouth") or chupabarro ("mud-sucker")



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