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Pisces Petromyzontidae to Carangidae
This volume is the first of two on the Australian fishes. It covers 2027 species in 794 genera belonging to 198 families and includes both freshwater and marine species.
Annotated checklist of the fishes of Lord Howe Island
Australian Museum science is fre ly accessible online at www.aust ra l ianmuseum.net .au/publ icat ions / 6 College Street, Sydney NSW 2010, Austral ia at re c lt re isc r Allen, Gerald R., DouglassExpand
Description of a New Species of Cryptocentrus (Teleostei: Gobiidae) from Northern Australia, with Comments on the Genus
  • H. Larson, D. Hoese
  • Geography
  • The Beagle : Records of the Museums and Art…
  • 1 December 2004
A new species of Cryptocentrus is described from northern Australia. The species is distinctive in having an orbital tentacle, sensory papillae on ridged flaps on the head, transverse rows ofExpand
Descriptions of two new genera and species of ptereleotrine fishes from Australia and Japan (Teleostei: Gobioidei) with discussion of possible relationships
Two new gobioid genera are described and one is unique within the Ptereleotrinae in having 12audal vertebrae, the lower lip without a free margin (except posteriorly) and bony projections on the dentary. Expand
Gonad Morphology, Colony Demography and Evidence for Hermaphroditism in Gobiodon Okinawae (Teleostei, Gobiidae)
Findings based on experimentally maintained individuals suggests that adult hermaphrodites can shift sexual function in either direction, and may be unique to G. okinawae. Expand
A preliminary review of the eastern Pacific species of Elacatinus (Perciformes: Gobiidae).
Elacatinus limbaughi is described as new from the Gulf of California. Elacatimus digueti is redescribed and Elacatinus inornatus Bussing is synonymyzed with E. digueti. Data are presented onExpand
A revision of the Australian species of Trimma (Actinopterygii, Gobiidae), with descriptions of six new species and redescriptions of twenty-three valid species.
Six new gobiid genus Trimma species are described, and redescriptions of most of the 23 previously described species known from the region are provided, as well as a key for all the species. Expand