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Sharks and Rays of Borneo
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Specimen collection: an essential tool.
Collecting biological specimens for scientific studies came under scrutiny when B. A. Minteer et al. [“Avoiding (re)extinction,” Perspectives, 18 April, p. [260][1]] suggested that this practiceExpand
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Descriptions of new sharks and rays from Borneo
— A new Orectolobus spec es, collected from the Indo-Malay Arch pelago and western North Pacific, is described and figured from specimens collected in eastern Indonesia. Orectolobus leptolineatus sp.Expand
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Biogeographical structure and affinities of the marine demersal ichthyofauna of Australia
Aim To investigate the biogeographical structure and affinities of the Australian marine demersal ichthyofauna at the scale of provinces and bathomes for the purposes of regional marine planning.Expand
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Himantura astra sp nov, a new whipray (Myliobatoidei: Dasyatidae) from northern Australia
— A new whipray, Himantura astra sp. nov., is described based on material from the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria. It has been confused in the literature with H. toshi, a closely related,Expand
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The deepwater demersal ichthyofauna of the western Coral Sea.
The highly diverse deepwater demersal ichthyofauna of the western Coral Sea was first systematically surveyed in two exploratory voyages in 1985 and 1986, and these fish assemblages have not beenExpand
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Integrated Taxonomy Reveals Hidden Diversity in Northern Australian Fishes: A New Species of Seamoth (Genus Pegasus)
Fishes are one of the most intensively studied marine taxonomic groups yet cryptic species are still being discovered. An integrated taxonomic approach is used herein to delineate and describe a newExpand
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