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SYSTEMATICS AND BIOLOGY OF THE BONEFISH, ALBULA NEMOPTERA (FOWLER)
This study is a review of the taxonomic status of the bonefish, Albula nemoptera, formerly placed in the genus Di"o";"". Reasons for synonymizing Di"o";",, with Albula are discusSed, and it is shownExpand
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Eight New Species of Poechiliid Fishes of the Genus Limia from Hispaniola
Pending revision of the genus, eight new species of Lim/a are described to make the names available. The genus Is divided into two subgenera, one of which, Odontollmla, is proposed as new. The twoExpand
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A New Species of Poeciliid Fish of the Genus Poecilia from Hispaniola, with Reinstatement and Redescription of P. dominicensis (Evermann and Clark)
Exploration of the streams and lakes of Hispaniola and available collections of poeciliid fishes from that island are discussed, followed by the taxonomic history and generic status of .the twoExpand
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Comments on Briggs (1984): Freshwater Fishes and Biogeography of Central America and the Antilles
In his recent paper, Briggs (1984) attempted to show that the Antilles originated in situ and that their freshwater fishes were derived from Central America by overseas dispersal. I partly agree withExpand
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A Revision of the Poeciliid Fishes of the Gambusia punctata Species Group, with Descriptions of Two New Species
Jordan and Gilbert (M.C.Z. 44835, 44841), Gobiesox daedaleus brachysoma (Briggs) (M.C.Z. 44849), Arcos rhodospilus (Ginther) (M.C.Z. 44838, 44870), and Tomicodon petersi (Garman) (M.C.Z. 44857).Expand
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