Journal Article

Typhlichthys eigenmanni Charlton, 1933, an available name for a blind cave fish (Teleostei: Amblyopsidae), differentiated on the basis of characters of the central nervous system

Parenti, L.R.

Record Number:
1951
Year:
2006
Journal:
Zootaxa
Pages:
55-59
Volume:
1374
Times Cited:
1
Related Records:
Charlton, H.H. (1933)
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