​Description of a new species of Heteroclinus (Blennoidei: Clinidae) from southern Australia

Douglass F. Hoese and Denise S. Rennis

Memoirs of Museum Victoria Vol 63 (1) p. 21–24 (2006)

DOI
http://doi.org/10.24199/j.mmv.2006.63.4

Abstract

A new species of Heteroclinus is described from Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. The species is distinctive from other Australian clinids in having two well-developed segmented pelvic rays, first dorsal fin on head originating just behind or at posterior end of eye, a reduced lateral line and in fin-ray counts.

Citation

Hoese, D.F. & Rennis, D.S., 2006. Description of a new species of Heteroclinus (Blennoidei: Clinidae) from southern Australia. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 63: 21-24. http://doi.org/10.24199/j.mmv.2006.63.4

PUBLICATION DATE: 31 DECEMBER 2006

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