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Thalassoma jansenii x T. quinquevittatum and T. nigrofasciatum x T. quinquevittatum, hybrid labrid fishes from Indonesia and the Coral Sea

Fenton M. Walsh and John E. Randall

aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 69-74, Volume 9, Issue 2 – December 2004

Abstract

The hybrid labrid fishes Thalassoma jansenii x T. quinquevittatum and T. nigrofasciatum x T. quinquevittatum are reported from the Banda Sea, Indonesia and Holmes Reef, Coral Sea, respectively.

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