A New Genus and Species of Deepwater Clingfish (Family Gobiesocidae) from New Zealand
Kopua nuimata new genus and species, is described from seven specimens taken from northern New Zealand waters, in depths of 166–337 m. Provisionally included in the Trachelochisminae, Kopua differs from other genera so included, in having relatively large eyes, an extremely narrow bony interorbit, and 35–36 vertebrae.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1984-03-01
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