Annotated checklist of the fishes of Lord Howe Island

@article{Allen1976AnnotatedCO,
  title={Annotated checklist of the fishes of Lord Howe Island},
  author={Gerald R. Allen and Douglass F. Hoese and John R. Paxton and John E. Randall and Barry C. Russell and W. A. Starck and Frank Hamilton Talbot and Gilbert Percy Whitley},
  journal={Records of The Australian Museum},
  year={1976},
  volume={30},
  pages={365-454}
}
Australian Museum science is fre ly accessible online at www.aust ra l ianmuseum.net .au/publ icat ions / 6 College Street, Sydney NSW 2010, Austral ia at re c lt re isc r Allen, Gerald R., Douglass F. Hoese, John R. Paxton, J. E. Randall, C. Russell, W. A. Starck, F. H. Talbot, and G. P. Whitley, 1977. Annotated checklist of the fishes of Lord Howe Island. Records of the Australian Museum 30(15): 365–454. [21 December 1976]. 
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