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The Labrid Fish Genus Pseudolabrus from Islands of the Southeastern Pacific, with Description of a New Species from Rapa
|Title:||The Labrid Fish Genus Pseudolabrus from Islands of the Southeastern Pacific, with Description of a New Species from Rapa|
|Authors:||Russell, Barry C.|
Randall, John E.
|Issue Date:||Oct 1980|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii Press|
|Citation:||Russell BC, Randall JE. 1980. The labrid fish genus Pseudolabrus from islands of the southeastern Pacific, with description of a new species from Rapa. Pac Sci 34(4): 433-440.|
|Abstract:||The labrid genus Pseudolabrus is represented in the islands of
the southeast Pacific by three previously known species, P. fuentesi, P.
semifasciatus, and P. gayi. A new species from Rapa, P. torotai, is described; it
closely resembles P. semifasciatus from Easter Island, but is distinctive in
having a completely banded color pattern on the body, compared to the half-banded
pattern of P. semifasciatus.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 34, Number 4, 1980|
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