3 edition of Check list of the fishes and fish-like animals of New South Wales. found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Fishes and fish-like animals of New South Wales|
|Series||Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. Australian zoological handbook, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QL636 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||104|
Complete digital version of New South Wales Fishing Monthly Magazine for March Inside the harbour it continues to fish like the top fishery that it is. As any angler who fishes off. Introduction and Acknowledgments. Prior to this survey no haemogregarines were known from New Zealand fish. Blood examinations of fish of 52 marine and fresh-water species, carried out over the last four years, proved 9 of the marine species to be hosts for Haemogregarina (Protozoa: Coccidia: Adeleidea: Haemogregarinidae). A total of 40 fish belonging to these 9 species were parasitized.
Check list of the fishes and fish-like animals of New South Wales. Sydney, p. 40–41, pl. xiv, fig. a-b. Key to species; S. obtusata not uncommon; S. novae-hollandiae uncommon in Sydney markets; S. waitii perhaps merely the young of the preceding. new south wales fishing monthly We’ll all be away for those two weeks, so if you’re after a gift subscription for Christmas or a Carl Jocumsen jersey, get your orders in by 12 December.
Occurrence of the introduced oriental weather loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus) in the Wingecarribee River, New South Wales. p. In D.A. Pollard (ed.) Introduced and translocated fishes and their ecological effects. Proceedings of the Australian Society for Fish Biology Workshop No. 8. McCulloch, (list and distribution, New South Wales, Australia) Ratabulus diversidens: Paxton et al., (list and distribution, Queensland to off Sydney, New South Wales.
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Check list of the fishes and fish-like animals of New South Wales. Related Titles. Series: Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. Australian zoological handbook, no. 1 By. McCulloch, Allan Riverstone, Type. Book Material. Published material.
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Pages: The fishes of the families Pseudochromidae, Lobotidae, Pempheridae, Priacanthidae, Lutjanidae, Pomadasyidae and Teraponidae, collected by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer “Albatross”, chiefly in Philippine Seas and adjacent waters.
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McCulloch's hectic schedule seems to have damaged his health, and he was forced to spend a year off work for his health's sake. He died, however, on Honolulu in Born: JSydney, New South Wales, Australia.
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Check List of the Fishes and Fish-Like Animals of New South Wales. Allan Riverstone McCulloch. 25 Aug Paperback. US$ Macleay W. Description of some new fishes from Port Jackson and King George's Sound. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 3(pt 1): Macleay W.
Contribution to a knowledge of the fishes of New Guinea, No. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 7(2): Macleay W. Author: Paolo Parenti, John E. Randall. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION LIBRARIES PUBLICATIONS— Continued. 3 Australian Zoological Handbooks.
Check-List of the Fishes and Fish-like Animals of New South Wales, by Allan R. McCulioch, Zoologist, Australian Museum, with additions by Gilbert P.
Whitley. pp., 43 plates. Price 2/6. Postage: Australia, 5d. Check list of the fishes and fish-like animals of New South Wales. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney. Morales, E.
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Waite, E.R. Check list of the marine fishes of South Australia. Journal of the Pan-Pacific Research Institute 3 (1):  (Large-spotted Angel Shark) Whitley, G.P. Supplement to the check-list of the fishes of New South Wales. 12 unnumbered pages in McCulloch, A.R. (ed.). The Fishes and Fish-like Animals of New South Wales.
WHITLEY, G. Supplement to the check-list of the fishes of New South Wales. Fishes and fish-like animals. Wales (McCuLLocH), 3rd ed., 12 pp., type-written copy of 7th page has been received from the author.
Illustrations of some Western Australian fishes. Proc. Roy. Zool. Soc. American fish expert David Starr Jordan would comment, ‘He was unquestionably the greatest authority on fish in the southern hemisphere.’ and much of his scientific legacy is enshrined in his landmark publication ‘A Check List of the Fishes and Fish-Like Animals of New South Wales’ published by the Royal Zoological Society of NSW.
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The Fishes and Fish-Like Animals of New South Wales. Australian Zoology Handbook (second ed). McCulloch, A. A Check List of The Fishes Recorded from Australia. Memoirs of the Australian Museum, 5: McCulloch, A.
The Fishes and Fish-Like Animals of New South Wales (third ed). Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. Tropical Fishes of the Great Barrier Reef.
AU$ By: MARSHALL, Tom. Dendrochirus zebra (Cuvier in Cuvier and Valenciennes ) (Scorpaenidae: Pteroinae) is redescribed on the basis of specimens from the Indo-West Pacific region. The species is diagnosed by the following combination of characters: dorsal-fin soft rays usually 10 (rarely 9 or 11); anal-fin soft rays usually 6 (rarely 5 or 7); pectoral-fin rays usually 17 (rar 16 or 18); scale rows in Author: Mizuki Matsunuma, Hiroyuki Motomura.
Check List of the Fishes and Fish-Like Animals of New South Wales, Sydney. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, 1: CHAPMAN, F.
& CUDMORE, F.A. ().HERMAN, J. & HOVESTADT-EULER, M. & HOVESTADT, D.C. () Contributions to the study of the comparative morphology of teeth and other relevant ichthyodorulites in living supraspec.An annotated check-list of the freshwater fishes of Russia.
J. Ichthyol. 37(9) Parasalmo mykiss: Faragher, R.A. and M. Lintermans, Alien fish species from the New South Wales Rivers survey. p. In J.H. Harris and P.C.
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