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Systematic Position and Relationships of the Percesocine Fishes

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Title:Systematic Position and Relationships of the Percesocine Fishes
Authors:Gosline, William A.
Date Issued:Apr 1962
Publisher:University of Hawai'i Press
Citation:Gosline WA. 1962. Systematic position and relationships of the percesocine fishes. Pac Sci 16(2): 207-217.
Abstract:The fish families Sphyraenidae, Mugilidae,
and Atherinidae have been assigned to the percesocine
fishes by all authors, and many would
include only these (e.g., Berg, 1940: 368).
Others have expanded the group in various ways
(e.g., Boulenger, 1904: 636). Most commonly,
however, such expansion has extended only to
the family Polynemidae (e.g., Regan, 1912:
846) or, in recent years, to the polynemid and
phallostethoid fishes (e.g., Myers, 1935: 6).
Appears in Collections: Pacific Science Volume 16, Number 2, 1962

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