• Corpus ID: 131425787

A monograph of the marine fishes of South Africa

  title={A monograph of the marine fishes of South Africa},
  author={Keppel Harcourt Barnard},
  journal={Annals of the South African Museum. Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum},
  • K. H. Barnard
  • Environmental Science
  • Annals of the South African Museum. Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum

Fishes of the family Ipnopidae (Teleostei: Aulopiformes) collected on the Brazilian continental slope between 11 degrees and 23 degrees S.

A collection of fishes from the Brazilian continental slope between 11 degrees and 23 degrees S obtained through trawling revealed nine species of Ipnopidae, including first records from the south-western Atlantic Ocean and four species have their distribution extended in Brazilian waters.

Southern African skate biodiversity and distribution

The geographic and bathymetric distribution and the taxonomic composition of the southern African skate fauna are analysed and the distribution mapped.

Dinopercidae, a new family for the Percoid marine fish genera Dinoperca Boulenger and Centrarchops Fowler (Pisces: Perciformes)

Two features appear to be uniquely derived characters justifying a separate family for Dinoperca and Centrarchops: Frontal bones bearing a high median crest that articulates posteriorly with the supraoccipital crest and is cleft dorsally by a narrow median sulcus extending ventrally to the roof of the brain cavity.

Redescription of Lepadichthys coccinotaenia Regan 1921 and description of Lepadichthys trishula sp. nov. from southern Japan (Gobiesocidae: Diademichthyinae)

Lepadichthys coccinotaenia Regan 1921 (Gobiesocidae: Diademichthyinae) is redescribed on the basis of 60 specimens, including the holotype, and a new species of Lepadichthys, previously misidentified

Indo-West Pacific species of Trachinotus with spots on their sides as adults, with description of a new species endemic to the Marquesas Islands (Teleostei: Carangidae).

A new species, Trachinotus macrospilus, is described from the Marquesas Islands where it is endemic and the only species of the genus present.

Taxonomic review of the deep water flathead genus Parabembras with description of the new species Parabembras multisquamata from the western Pacific Ocean (Teleostei, Parabembridae)

Parabembras robinsoni from the southwestern Indian Ocean is easily distinguishable from the other species in having eleven spines in the first dorsal fin, a distinct symphyseal knob on the lower jaw, two preocular spines, and a single lachrymal spine.

Revision of the genus Verilus (Perciformes: Acropomatidae) with a description of a new species.

The acropomatid genus Verilus is redescribed as a senior synonym of Apogonops and Neoscombrops with description of a new species and a taxonomic revision of the five species that were formerly

A revision of the fish genus Oxyurichthys (Gobioidei: Gobiidae) with descriptions of four new species.

The widespread tropical gobionelline fish genus Oxyurichthys is monophyletic due to its species sharing two characters considered derived within the Stenogobius Group of the Gobionellinae (Gobioidei:

Genetic structure and different color morphotypes suggest the occurrence and bathymetric segregation of two incipient species of Sebastes off Argentina

The results suggest that speciation-by-depth in the absence of physical barriers could be a widespread mechanism of speciation in Sebastes from both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

Resolution of the Acroteriobatus leucospilus species complex, with a redescription of A. leucospilus (Norman, 1926) and descriptions of two new western Indian Ocean species of Acroteriobatus (Rhinopristiformes, Rhinobatidae)

The present manuscript contains a redescription of A. leucospilus involving the syntypes and additional material, as well as formal descriptions of two new species of Acroteriobatus Giltay, 1928, found in the western Indian Ocean.