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A Preliminary List of Marine Fishes Found in the Nemuro Strait between Hokkaido and Kunashiri Islands
Marine fishes inhabiting the Nemuro Strait between Hokkaido a nd Kunashiri islands were investigated based on collected specimens and underwater photographs. The fishes found in this strait were
Preliminary List of the Deep-sea Fishes of the Sea of Japan
Voucher specimens of fishes collected from the Sea of Japan were examined in the Hokkaido University Museum, Kochi University, Kyoto University, Osaka Museum of Natural His- tory, National Museum of
Cenozoic Fossil Fishes of the Extinct Alepisauroid Family Polymerichthyidae from the Sakhalin Island, Russia
  • M. Nazarkin
  • Geology
    Acta Palaeontologica Polonica
  • 10 May 2016
Five incomplete skeletons of fishes of the extinct monotypic family Polymerichthyidae (Aulopiformes: Alepisauroidei) from the Paleogene and Neogene of Sakhalin Island, Russia, are identified as
Relationships of eelpouts of the genus Zoarces (Zoarcidae, Pisces) inferred from molecular genetic and morphological data
Species divergence in terms of morphological characters was generally consistent with molecular genetic data and confirmed distinct isolation of American eelpout, and especially of blotched eelPout.
On polymorphism and morphotropism of rare earth sesquioxides
The data on the phase transitions in the series of rare earth sesquioxides are considered in terms of the thermodynamic theory of morphotropism. It is shown that the scheme of polymorphism and
Fossil prowfish, Zaprora koreana, sp. nov. (Pisces, Zaproridae), from the Neogene of South Korea
Zaproridae is represented by a single extant member, Zaprora silenus Jordan, the prowfish (Nelson et al., 2016). This species is broadly distributed in the North Pacific, from the northern Bering Sea
A Miocene pearleye, Benthalbella praecessor, sp. nov. (Teleostei, Aulopiformes), from Sakhalin Island, Russia: the first known skeletal record for the family Scopelarchidae
Paleoecological considerations suggest that Benthalbella praecessor was a deep-sea fish that inhabited the cold-temperate waters of the northwestern Pacific about 14 Ma, and appears to be closely related to the extant B. dentata.