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New Deep-water Fish Records from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

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Title: New Deep-water Fish Records from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Authors: Kramer, Steven H.
Kramer, Sharon H.
Newman, Stephen J.
Issue Date: Jan 1994
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Citation: Kramer SH, Kramer SH, Newman SJ. 1994. New deep-water fish records from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Pac Sci 48(1): 70-79.
Abstract: Eighteen new fish records for the Great Barrier Reef, including
seven new records for Australia, are reported from line-fishing surveys in deeper
waters (> 60 m) off the central and northern sections ofAustralia's Great Barrier
Reef. The following 18 species represent new records for the Great Barrier Reef
region, with the seven for Australia noted with an asterisk (*): the serranids
*Epinephelus magniscuttis Postel et al., E. morrhua (Valenciennes), E. octofasciatus
Griffin, E. radiatus (Day), and *Saloptia powelli Smith; the branchiostegid
Branchiostegus wardi Whitley; the lutjanids Etelis carbunculus Cuvier, E.
coruscans Valenciennes, E. radiosus Anderson, Paracaesio kusakarii Abe, *P.
stonei Raj & Seeto, *Pristipomoides argyrogrammicus (Valenciennes), *P. auricilia
(Jordon et al.), P.filamentosus (Valenciennes), *P.j1.avipinnis Shinohara, P.
multidens (Day), and *P. zonatus (Valenciennes); and the lethrinid Wattsia
mossambica (Smith). Further exploratory fishing effort along the Great Barrier
Reef and in the Coral Sea is likely to result in discovery of more deep-water fish
of Indo-Pacific distribution.
ISSN: 0030-8870
Appears in Collections:Pacific Science Volume 48, Number 1, 1994

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