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An annotated checklist of the fishes of the Northern Territory, Australia.
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Among the Northern Territory's fish fauna are 55 species considered to be threatened under various listings (ASFB, EPBC), with the poor state of knowledge of the NT's fish populations and their true distributions hindering assessment. Expand
A revision of the gobiid genus Bryaninops (Pisces), with a description of six new species
The tropical Indo-Pacific gobiid genus Bryaninops Smith is reviewed and the genus Tenacigobius Larson and Hoese included as a synonym. These small fishes are commensal chiefly on gorgonians andExpand
Specimen collection: an essential tool.
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Collecting biological specimens for scientific studies came under scrutiny when B. A. Minteer and colleagues suggested that this practice plays a significant role in species extinctions. Expand
Description of a New Species of Cryptocentrus (Teleostei: Gobiidae) from Northern Australia, with Comments on the Genus
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
A New Species of Mudskipper, Periophthalmus takita (Teleostei: Gobiidae: Oxudercinae), from Australia, with a Key to the Genus
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A new species of mudskipper (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae) from northern Australia is described and can be distinguished from its congeners by the following suite of characters: modally VIII spines in the first dorsal fin. Expand
Habitat use, social organization and reproductive biology of the seawhip goby, Bryaninops yongei
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The similarity in the mating system and sex allocation strategies of B. yongei and other coral-dwelling gobies indicates that the reliance on small, patchily distributed habitats has been important in the evolution of pair forming in conjunction with labile sex allocation in these fish. Expand
REVIEW OF THE GOBIID FISH GENERA EUGNATHOGOBIUS AND PSEUDOGOBIOPSIS (GOBIOIDEI: GOBIIDAE: GOBIONELLINAE), WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF THREE NEW SPECIES
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Two new species of Eugnathogobius are described, one from Mozambique, Kenya and Seychelles, and one from northern Australia, and three species of Pseudogobiopsis are described. Expand
Description of two new species of the genus Priolepis from the Indo-Pacific with redescription of Priolepis profunda and Priolepis psygmophilia
Priolepis akihitoi is described as new from Australia, New Caledonia and Japan. The species is distinctive in having a transverse papilla pattern, second dorsal rays usually I, 11, predorsal fullyExpand
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