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The Indo-Pacific Red Snapper Etelis carbunculus Cuvier (in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1828) proposed as a swarm

by John E. Randall, Kimberly R. Andrews and Iria Fernandez-Silva – aqua 25 (4) pp. 179-184

Data and photographs are provided to demonstrate that the Indo-Pacific Red Snapper Etelis carbunculus Cuvier (in Cuvier & Valenciennes) is a swarm, defined as a population of individuals of a species that are able to reproduce, despite being so different in color and some features of morphology that any two might appear to be different species.

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