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A second species of Galaxias common to Tasmania and New Zealand (Pisces, ISSN 0373-7233, 1970, Volume 7, no.2.
This note presents data which confirm that G. weedoni is a synonm of G. brevipinnis and that G. parkeri is the lacustrine form of G. brevipinnis in Taswmania. 
New Zealand | taxonomy | marine | fish
Journal
A new species of Retropinna from Lake Omapere, North Auckland, ISSN 0373-7233, 1965, Volume 5, no.13.
A small species of Retropinna Gill is described from Lake Omapere, a shallow upland lake near Kaikohe, North Auckland, New Zealand. 
New Zealand | marine | fish
Journal
Studies on the biology of the red-finned bully Gobiomorphus huttoni (Ogilby), 1964, Volume 4-12.
Habitat competition appears to be slight and predation on this bully is probably not significant. 
New Zealand | habitat | fish
Journal
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, Volume 139(7), 341-431
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1997, ICES CM (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea. Theme Session on Diadromous Fish Extinction : Threats on Local and Global Scales), Volume 1997/P:07., 19
This paper presenta a world-wide review of the conservation status of diadromous fishes. In taxonomic and geographical terms, high levels of conservation... 
diadromy | anadromous species | amphihaline species | catadromous species | resource conservation | interactions
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1980, Fisheries Research Division occasional publication, Volume 16., 66
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1979, Information leaflet (New Zealand. Fisheries Research Division), Volume 9., 17
Release of exotic animals into new environments is a hazardous and unpredictable activity that always carries with it a high possibility that either the... 
New Zealand | freshwater | freshwater fish | introduced species
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1975, Information leaflet (New Zealand. Fisheries Research Division), Volume 6., 13
This leaflet deals with seldom seen and little known fishes of the New Zealand wetlands, in hopes it will promote more serious consideration of the... 
New Zealand | brackish | wetlands | lagoons | PSE | land use | swamps | community composition | drainage | environmental impact assessment
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1972, Information leaflet (New Zealand. Fisheries Research Division), Volume 3., 9
The pamphlet describes the juveniles of many species that are caught in the nets in the commercial fishery for whitebait. Brief descriptions are given of these... 
New Zealand | identification keys | juveniles | PSE | Galaxius maculatus | bycatch | marine
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1968, Fisheries research bulletin (Wellington, N.Z.), Volume 2., 84
The present study is an attempt to obtain a general understanding of the life history and ecology of G. maculatus as a primary basis for management of the... 
sexual maturity | Galaxius maculatus | biological sampling | predation | diets | New Zealand | catadromous migrations | life history | growth | freshwater | size distribution | sex ratio | parasitology
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1967, 265., Volume 265., 11
Two species of Galaxias Cuvier (Galaxiidae) are described from small land-locked coastal dune lakes in North Aukland, New Zealand. 
New Zealand | identification keys | biological data | Galaxiidae | freshwater | taxonomy | geographical distribution
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1964, Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand : zoology, Volume 5 (1), 38
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1980, 20., Volume 20., 171
The present study follows the whitebait migrations and relates variations in fish abundance and species composition on a variety of time bases in an effort to... 
interspecific relationships | brackish | PSE | anadromous migrations | biological sampling | age composition | New Zealand | galaxiids | Galaxiidae | growth | fishery management | environmental conditions | catch/effort
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Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, ISSN 0960-3166, 3/2010, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 87 - 100
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Journal of Biogeography, ISSN 1365-2699, 2008, Volume 35, Issue 3, pp. 501 - 508
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Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, ISSN 0960-3166, 3/2009, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 8
The downstream migration to sea of newly-hatched larvae of amphidromous fishes exposes them to the risk of irreversible starvation if migration takes too long.... 
Life Sciences | Amphidromy | Eleotridae | Gobiidae | Zoology | Migration | Early hatch | Freshwater & Marine Ecology | Life history strategy | Diadromy | Larval starvation | SICYDIUM-PUNCTATUM | FRESH-WATER GOBY | POPULATIONS | DOMINICA | DIADROMOUS GOBIES | FISHERIES | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | TELEOSTEI | BIOLOGY | STARVATION | GOBIOIDEI | LIFE | Starvation | Atmospheric research | Studies | Fish hatcheries
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Journal of Biogeography, ISSN 0305-0270, 03/2004, Volume 31, Issue 3, pp. 345 - 351
The search for understanding of the past and present processes that have and/or continue to generate observed biotic distribution patterns substantially... 
Pattern | dispersal | process | centres of origin | vicariance | area relationships | Centres of origin | Area relationships | Process | Vicariance | Dispersal | NEW-ZEALAND | PACIFIC | FLORA | pattern | ISLANDS | OCEAN BASINS | PANBIOGEOGRAPHY | FRESH-WATER FISH | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | SOPHORA | ECOLOGY
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