A revision of the Australian plesiopid fish genus Paraplesiops, with notes on other Australian genera

@article{Hoese1984ARO,
  title={A revision of the Australian plesiopid fish genus Paraplesiops, with notes on other Australian genera},
  author={Douglass F. Hoese and Rudie H. Kuiter},
  journal={Records of The Australian Museum},
  year={1984},
  volume={36},
  pages={7-18}
}
The species of the Australian endemic genus Parapiesiops are reviewed. Three previously described species (P. poweri, P. bleekeri and P. meleagris) are recognized and P. alisonae is described as new. Paraplesiops meieagris is shown to vary geographically in scale and gill raker counts. A key is provided to Australian plesiopid genera, and characteristics are given to allow identification of genera. HOESE, DOUGLASS F., & RUDIE H. KVITER. A revision of the Australian plesiopid fish genus… 

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