first record from Argentina:
Leporinus amae Godoy, 1980

published in:
Almirón, A., J. Casciotta, M.C. Bruno, L. Piálek, K. Doubnerová & O. Říčan (2013):
First record and supplementary description of Leporinus amae Godoy, 1980 (Characiformes: Anostomidae) from freshwaters in Argentina.
Checklist 9 (4): 820-822

distribution in Argentina (from publication):
In Argentina, this species is currently known from the contact zone between the upper and lower Uruguay River basin, which are divided by the Moconá Falls. It was recorded from the arroyo Toro, affluent of río Pepirí Guazú above the Moconá Falls, from arroyo Fortaleza , and arroyo Yabotí-Mini bellow the Moconá Falls, all in Misiones Province, Argentina.

abstract (from publication):
Leporinus amae is known from the Rio Apuaê (type locality), Rio Canoas and Rio Caveiras tributaries of the Uruguay River basin, in Brazil. The original description of this species was mainly based on a single specimen lacking intraspecific variation in meristic and morphometric of most characters. We expand the range of distribution and report the first occurrence of Leporinus amae in Misiones Province, Argentina. Additionally, we provide a supplementary description of the species.