A New Species of Sciaenid Fish, Pareques Iwamotoi, from the Western Atlantic, with Color Descriptions of Prejuvenile and Juvenile Pareques Acuminatus and Pareques Umbrosus
A new species of sciaenid fish, Pareques iwamotoi, is described from the western Atlantic. It is primarily a coastal species occurring on deep, offshore reefs from North Carolina to Brazil. Color characters are given to distinguish the different color patterns with growth of Pareques acuminatus and P. umbrosus.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 1988
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