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Keith C. Martin and Susan Barclay aqua International Journal of Ichthyology,  pp. 54-65, Volume 21 issue 2, 15 April 2015 Abstract The Banded Rainbowfish Melanotaenia trifasciata has a wide but patchy distribution across northern Australia. It reaches its southern range limit in north-eastern Queensland, where it has been historically recorded

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Cairnsichthys-540
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Keith C. Martin and Susan Barclay aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 155-164, Volume 19, Issue 3 – 19 July 2013 Abstract Four new locality records for the Cairns Rainbowfish Cairnsichthys rhombosomoides Nichols & Raven, 1928 are documented. The new localities are all outside the known geographical range for this

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aqua 3(2)_Stiphodon

SINGLE PAPER

Volume 3, Issue 2 – September 1998

Ronald E. Watson and I-Shiung Chen: Freshwater gobies of the genus Stiphodon from Japan and Taiwan (Teleostei: Gobiidae: Sicydiini), pp. 55-68

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aqua 3(3)_Sicyopus zosterophorum

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Volume 3, Issue 3 – May 1999

Ronald E. Watson: Two new subgenera of Sicyopus, with a redescription of Sicyopus zosterophorum (Teleostei: Gobioidei: Sicydiinae), pp. 93-104

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aqua International Journal 3(3)

COMPLETE ISSUE

Volume 3, Issue 3 – May 1999

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aqua International Journal 3(2)

COMPLETE ISSUE

Volume 3, Issue 2 – September 1998

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Volume 6, Issue 1 – October 2002 Full Text | PDF (2,1 MB)

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Ronald E. Watson, Gerard Marquet and Christine Pollabauer aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 5-34, Volume 4, Issue 1 – June 2000 Abstract Sicyopterus Gill from New Caledonia is Reviewed and the genus is diagnosed. Sicyopterus lacogephalus (Pallas) has a wide geographic distribution: it occurs in streams on the Comoro

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3-3_Lentipes
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Ronald E. Watson and Gerald R. Allen aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 113-118, Volume 3, Issue 3 – May 1999 Abstract Sicydiine gobies from Irian Jaya, Indonesia, and the region, are listed in the introduction. Three species ae described as new. Lentipes crittersius, new species, differs from congeners in

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Ronald E. Watson aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 93-104, Volume 3, Issue 3 – May 1999 Abstract The sicydiine goby genus Sicyopus is divided into three subgenera based largely on dental characteristics found in both jaws. Juxtastiphodon, new subgenus, has conical teeth in both jaws crowded closely together, none

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