Corpus ID: 160921668

Record of fishes obtained by David Starr Jordan in Japan, 1922

@inproceedings{JordanRecordOF,
  title={Record of fishes obtained by David Starr Jordan in Japan, 1922},
  author={David Starr Jordan and Carl Leavitt Hubbs}
}
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