Catalogue of type specimens of fishes in the Western Australian Museum (Second Edition)

@article{Moore2008CatalogueOT,
  title={Catalogue of type specimens of fishes in the Western Australian Museum (Second Edition)},
  author={Glenn I. Moore and J. Barry Hutchins and Kevin N. Smith and Susan M. Morrison},
  journal={Records of the western Australian Museum},
  year={2008},
  volume={74},
  pages={1}
}
The fish collection at the Western Austalian Museum contains type specimens of 704 species, of which 347 are primary types. A complete checklist is presented, including remarks on the current status of this material, synonyms, and a full bibliography. This revised catalogue supersedes the previous catalogue. 
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