Gadiform Fishes of the World: Order Gadiformes, an Annotated and Illustrated Catalogue of Cods, Hakes, Grenadiers and Other Gadiform Fishes Known to Date, Volume 10
Daniel M. Cohen
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Jan 1, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 442 pages
This is the eighteenth volume in the FAO series of worldwide annotated and illustrated catalogues of the groups of marine organisms that enter marine fisheries. This volume covers all 93 genera currently recognized in the order Ophidiiformes (pearlfishes, cusk-eels, brotulas and allies). It includes a glossary of technical terms, general remarks on the order, identification keys from the suborder to the species level, detailed genera accounts, and a table of species by major fishing areas. In addition, ten species of interest to fisheries are treated in illustrated accounts. The work is fully indexed and there is a comprehensive list of references to pertinent literature.
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SYSTEMATIC CATALOGUE OF SPECIES
Genus Boreogadus GADI Bor
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