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Free Content Fusigobius Whitley, a Junior Synonym of the Gobiid Fish Genus Coryphopterus Gill

The recent collection of gobiid specimens of Coryphopterus eidolon Böhlke and Robins in the Bahamas revealed a striking resemblance to species of the Indo-Pacific genus Fusigobius Whitley (1930). Suspecting that the genera Fusigobius and Coryphopterus (Gill, 1863) are synonymous, a comparison was made of the type species and other species of these two nominal genera. Fusigobius is placed in the synonymy of Coryphopterus.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 1995

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