review of the Gadopsidae, with a description of a new species from Tasmania by Richard H. Parrish

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A new species Gadopsis tasmanicus is described. This species has greater numbers of branched caudal rays, total caudal rays, and vertebrae than G. marmoratus. It also has more pores along the lateral line and a slightly longer head in relation to the standard length than G.

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