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Examples of Antitropical and Antiequatorial Distribution of Indo-West-Pacific Fishes

@inproceedings{Randall1981ExamplesOA,
  title={Examples of Antitropical and Antiequatorial Distribution of Indo-West-Pacific Fishes},
  author={John E. Randall},
  year={1981}
}
Hubbs (1952) introduced the term "antitropical distribution" in reference to species found north and south of the tropical zone but not in the tropics. To this may be added the term "antiequatorial distribution" for those animals and plants that occur south of the Tropic of Cancer and north of the Tropic of Capricorn but not within the equatorial latitudes. The following species of Indo-West-Pacific fishes not mentioned by Hubbs (1952) exhibit antitropical or antiequatorial distribution… 
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