Corpus ID: 128002547

Observations on some Tasmanian fishes, with descriptionsof new species.

@inproceedings{Scott1933ObservationsOS,
  title={Observations on some Tasmanian fishes, with descriptionsof new species.},
  author={E. O. G. Scott},
  year={1933}
}
The present paper deals with material that has come under observation in the course of Museum routine. It falls into three sections- a) Some general observations b) Additions to the Tasmanian List c) Descriptions of a new species of Galaxias and a new species of Aristichthys. 
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