First record of Aluterus scriptus (Monacanthidae) in Mar del Plata, Argentina

@article{Izzo2010FirstRO,
  title={First record of Aluterus scriptus (Monacanthidae) in Mar del Plata, Argentina},
  author={P. Izzo and A. C. Milessi and L. Ortega and {\'A}. M. Segura},
  journal={Marine Biodiversity Records},
  year={2010},
  volume={3}
}
Scrawled filefish Aluterus scriptus (55.5 cm total length) was recorded for the first time off the Argentinean coast. The presence of this tropical specimen was correlated with warm sea surface temperatures at the time it was caught. Photographs and morphometrics of the specimen are provided. 
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