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Observations on some Tasmanian fishes: Part XXIII
General review of Tasmanian representatives, with key; Tripterygium clarkei (later placed in Gillias and Norfolkia) here referred to Helcogramma. Expand
Observations on some Tasmanian fishes: Part XX
  • E. Scott
  • Geography
  • Papers and Proceedings of The Royal Society of…
  • 1974
The present paper has the same general aims as, and may be regarded as being a continuation of, a previous contribution by the writer (1934): its precise scope is summarized in the concluding Expand
Observations on some Tasmanian fishes, with descriptionsof new species.
The present paper deals with material that has come under observation in the course of Museum routine. It falls into three sections- a) Some general observations b) Additions to the TasmanianExpand
Observations on some Tasmanian fishes : Part XXV
Five species are for the first time recorded from Tasmania; in each case some observations are made on the material, the chief points commented on here noted in parentheses. CHAULIODIDAE -Expand
On a new genus of fishes of the family Galaxiidae
Descriptions and characteristics of new genus of fishes of the family Galaxiidae. includes plate.
The Indo-Pacific Loggerhead Turtle in Tasmanian Waters
THERE appears to be only one published record of a chelonian in Tasmania1, that of a leathery turtle, Dermochelys coriacea (Linné, 1766), which came ashore at Fortescue Bay in March 1889 (specimen inExpand
Observations on fishes of the family Galaxiidae:Part 2.
Biometric observations on the widely distributed Galaxias (Galaxias) attenuatus (Jenyns), relating to frequency distribution of standard length, including seasonal variations; rate of growth; variation of proportions with growth; growth-gradients; extra-aqueous viability are included. Expand
Notes on the gobies recorded from Tasmania, withdescription of a new genus
Four species of Gobiidae have at various times been accredited to Tasmania. It cannot be said, however, that our knowledge of the members of the family occurring in our waters at present rests onExpand