Two rare teleosts Paraulopus brevirostris (Aulopiformes: Paraulopidae) and Acropoma lecorneti (Perciformes: Acropomatidae) from Taiwan, Northwestern Pacific Ocean

Shing-Lai NG, Shoou-Jeng JOUNG

Abstract

Two rare teleosts Paraulopus brevirostris (Fourmanoir 1981) and Acropoma lecorneti (Fourmanoir 1988) are collected from bottom trawlers in northeastern Taiwan. Both poorly known species are new record from Taiwan. Description of morphological characters in detail are given in the present study.

Keywords

Paraulopus brevirostris, Acropoma lecorneti, First record, Northwestern Pacific, Taiwan.

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