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AuthorC.L. Reuvens
TitleOn Anomalops palpebratus (Bodd.)
JournalNotes from the Leyden Museum
Volume19
Year1897
Issue1/2
Pages127-128
ISSN1872-9231
AbstractTo the rare fishes in ichthyological collections belongs Anomalops palpebratus. In 1890 Douglas Ogilby described 1) two specimens, caught by Capt. Braithwaite near the New Hebrides, and now preserved in the Australian Museum at Sydney. The author adds, that these specimens »raise the number known to exist in various Museums to eight, and help to show the wide geographical range of this interesting fish.” The localities where it is found till now are: Menado (Bleeker, A. S. S. I. N. I, 1856, p. 42).
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