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Free Content Lipogramma robinsi, a New Basslet from the Tropical Western Atlantic, with Descriptive and Distributional Notes on L. flavescens and L. anabantoides (Perciformes: Grammatidae)

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A new grammatid, Lipogramma robinsi is described from two specimens collected with the Johnson-Sea-Link I submersible from a depth of 202 m (656 ft) off east Glover Reef, Belize. 16° 49.35′ N, 87° 44,04′ W and 290 m (943 ft) off Riding Rock, San Salvador, Bahama Islands, 24° 03.52′ N, 74° 32.47′ W. A second specimen of L. flavescens, originally described from San Salvador, Bahama Islands was captured from Glover Reef, Belize. Fresh color notes on a Mexican specimen of L. anabanfoides differs greatly from the original description.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 1997

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