Toxic soles, Pardachirus marmoratus from the Red Sea and P. pavoninus from Japan, with notes on other species

@article{Clark2004ToxicSP,
  title={Toxic soles, Pardachirus marmoratus from the Red Sea and P. pavoninus from Japan, with notes on other species},
  author={E. Clark and A. George},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={103-123}
}
  • E. Clark, A. George
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Environmental Biology of Fishes
  • SynopsisFishes of the genus Pardachirus (Soleidae) are reviewed. Four species are recognized and their distribution mapped: P. marmoratus (Lacépède) from the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, P. pavoninus (Lapédè) and P. poropterus (Bleeker) from the Indo-Pacific, and P. hedleyi (Ogilby) from estuarine waters of Australia. Achirus rautheri Chabanaud is placed in synonymy with P. hedleyi. The ichthyocrinotoxic effect on teleosts of the secretion from P. pavoninus is described and compared with that of P… CONTINUE READING
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