Early Stages of Marine Fishes in Southeast Asian Region
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This monograph contains morphological characters of marine fish larvae found in the Southeast Asia region. Seventy‐two families in the fourteen orders are selected as the commercially important taxa for the marine capture fisheries in the region. Each chapter of the families consists of a morphological character table, a meristic table in genus level and illustrations.
Konishi, Y., Chayakul, R., Chamchan, C., & Duangdee, T. (2012). Early Stages of Marine Fishes in Southeast Asian Region. Samut Prakan: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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