A New Indo-Pacific Fish of the Genus Cirripectes (Blenniidae, Salariini)

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1980-10
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Carlson, Bruce A.
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University of Hawaii Press
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Cirripectes auritus is described from the Line Islands in the central Pacific, southeast Asia, and the western Indian Ocean. It is distinguished from other Cirripectes in having a small black flap with a fringe of tiny yellow cirri on either side of the nape, a low number of premaxillary and dentary incisor teeth, 15-17 dorsal and 16-18 anal rays, and a reduced number of cephalic sensory pores.
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Carlson BA. 1980. A new Indo-Pacific fish of the genus Cirripectes (Blenniidae, Salariini). Pac Sci 34(4): 407-414.
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