A Second Prionotus birostratus Richardson, with Notes on the Distribution of Prionotus in the Southeastern Pacific Ocean (Pisces, Triglidae)

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1970-10
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Gruchy, C.G.
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University of Hawai'i Press
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The second specimen of Prionotus birostratu s Richardson, 1845, is described and figured; its known range is extended southward approximately 1,000 miles from the Gulf of Fonseca to Ecuador. Significant range extensions for P. horrens (southward to Ecuador) and for P. loxias and P. albirostris (west to the Galapagos Archipelago) are included. These four species are new to the fauna of Ecuador. The distribution of all species of Prionotus known in the southeastern Pacific Ocean is summarized.
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Gruchy CG. 1970. A second Prionotus birostratus Richardson, with notes on the distribution of Prionotus in the southeastern Pacific Ocean (Pisces, Triglidae). Pac Sci 24(4): 523-527.
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