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Volume 5, Issue 1 – November 2001

William F. Smith-Vaniz, Ukkrit Satapoomin, and Gerald R. Allen: Meiacanthus urostigma, a New Fangblenny from the Northeastern Indian Ocean, with Discussion and Examples of Mimicry in Species of Meiacanthus (Teleostei: Blenniidae: Nemophini), pp. 25-43

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Volume 5, Issue 1 – November 2001

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John E. Randall and Andreas Spreinat aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 45-48, Volume 8, Issue 2 – March 2004 Abstract A brief review of mimicry in marine fishes is followed by the example of the subadult of the labrid fish Novaculoides macrolepidotus believed to be a mimic of venomous

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Ivan Sazima aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 61-68, Volume 6, Issue 2 – November 2002 Abstract A presumed example of facultative Batesian mimicry between a grunt and a leatherjacket is described from tidal streams and mangrove zones in south-eastern Brazil. While moving over open areas or when threatened, juvenile

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William F. Smith-Vaniz, Ukkrit Satapoomin and Gerald R. Allen aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 25-43, Volume 5, Issue 1 – November 2001 Abstract The 3 subgenera and 25 species of Indo-Pacific blenniid fishes of the fangblenny genus Meiacanthus are differentiated in a key. Meiacanthus urostigma, new species, is described

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