Journal Article

Rhamdia reddelli, new species, the first blind pimelodid catfish from Middle America, with a key to Mexican species

Miller, R. R.

Record Number:
395
Year:
1984
Journal:
Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History
Pages:
135-143
Volume:
20(8)
Short Title:
Rhamdia reddelli, new species, the first blind pimelodid catfish from Middle America, with a key to Mexican species
Alternate Journal:
Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History
Label:
399
Times Cited:
1
Relevent Species:
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