Observations on some Tasmanian fishes: Part XX

@article{Scott1974ObservationsOS,
  title={Observations on some Tasmanian fishes: Part XX},
  author={E. O. G. Scott},
  journal={Papers and Proceedings of The Royal Society of Tasmania},
  year={1974}
}
  • E. Scott
  • Published 1974
  • Geography
  • Papers and Proceedings of The Royal Society of Tasmania
The present paper has the same general aims as, and may be regarded as being a continuation of, a previous contribution by the writer (1934): its precise scope is summarized in the concluding paragraph. Registration numbers are those of the Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston. Family HEMISCYLLIIDAE Genus Parascyllium sp. nov. Parascyllium multimaculatum, sp. nov. 
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