Threatened fishes of the world: Pseudomugil mellis Allen & Ivantsoff, 1982 (Pseudomugilidae)

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ARTHINGTON, AH
MARSHALL, CJ
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1995
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Common name: Honey blue-eye (E, F). Conservation status: Vulnerable (Australian Society for Fish Biology's 1991 list of Australian threatened fishes). Identification: D IV to VI + 7 or 8, A 11, 8 to 1110, P 12 or 13, V 28 or 29. A small (max . 3 .0cm) fish; females plain amber coloured with clear fins ; males orange with first dorsal fin mainly black, anterior bordered with white ; anal and second dorsal fins orange in centre with broad black submarginal band and white outer edge; caudal fin orange with black submarginal band and white border. Eyes are blue.

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Environmental Biology of Fishes

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43

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3

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