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A Review of the Monotypic Indo-Malayan Labrid Fish Genus Xenojulis
|Title:||A Review of the Monotypic Indo-Malayan Labrid Fish Genus Xenojulis|
|Authors:||Randall, John E.|
Adamson, Thomas A.
|Issue Date:||Jan 1982|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai’i Press|
|Citation:||Randall JE, Adamson TA. 1982. A review of the monotypic Indo-Malayan labrid fish genus Xenojulis. Pac Sci 36(1): 119-126.|
|Abstract:||The labrid fish genus Xenojulis de Beaufort seems most closely
related to Macropharyngodon Bleeker, differing principally in the pharyngeal
dentition. It consists of a single species, X. margaritaceus (Macleay), which is
known from New Guinea, the Philippines, and Western Australia. Xenojulis
montillai de Beaufort is a junior synonym based on the terminal male form.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 36, Number 1, 1982|
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