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Groupers of the world (Family Serranidae, Subfamily Epinephelinae): an annotated and illustrated catalogue of the grouper, rockcod, hind, coral grouper and lyretail species, known to date
This catalogue is an annotated and illustrated catalogue of the grouper, rockcod, hind, coral grouper and lyretail species known to date.
FAO species catalogue. v. 16: Groupers of the world (Family Serranidae, Subfamily Epinephelinae)
Biology of fishes
Consider that the oceans cover three-quarters of the earth’s surface and that fishes occupy every livable habitat in the sea. Add in the freshwater fishes, which occur wherever lakes and rivers are…
Coastal fishes of Southern Africa
This chapter discusses fish names and classification along the Southern African Coast, and some of the characters used in these names are familiar to readers of this book.
Smiths’ Sea Fishes
- C. R. Robins, M. M. Smith, P. Heemstra
- Environmental ScienceSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
- 1 September 1986
This book discusses Ichthyology in South Africa, oceanography of the Southern African region, and scientific nomenclature and classification.
FAO species catalogue. Vol. 16. Groupers of the world (family serranidae, subfamily Epinephelinae). An annotated and illustrated catalogue of the grouper, rockcod, Hind, Coral grouper and lyretall…
A contribution to the taxonomy of the marine fish genus Argyrosomus (Perciformes: Sciaenidae), with descriptions of two new species from southern Africa
To promote stability in the nomenclature and to resolve the confusion in the taxonomy of Argyrosomus species, neotypes are selected for A. hololepidotus and A. japonicus.
A review of the smooth-hound sharks (genus Mustelus, family Triakidae) of the western Atlantic Ocean, with descriptions of two new species and a new subspecies
- P. Heemstra
Morphometric features, denticle and tooth configurations, buccopharyngeal denticle patterns, and vertebral numbers are shown to be useful taxonomic characters within the genus Mustelus.