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  • Froese R. & Pauly D. (eds) (2013). FishBase (version Feb 2013). In: Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life, 11th March 2013 (Roskov Y., Kunze T., Paglinawan L., Orrell T., Nicolson D., Culham A., Bailly N., Kirk P., Bourgoin T., Baillargeon G., Hernandez F., De Wever A., eds). Digital resource at Species 2000: Reading, UK.
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  • Huh, S.H. and Y.R. An0 Species composition and seasonal variation of fish assemblage in the coastal water off Gadeok-do, Korea. J. Korean Fish. Soc. 33(4):288-301. (Ref. 37629)
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  • Kim, I.S., Y. Choi, C.L. Lee, Y.J. Lee, B.J. Kim and J.H. Kim0 Illustrated book of Korean fishes. Kyo-Hak Pub Co. Seoul. 615p. (in Korean). (Ref. 77001)
  • Kotani, M., Y. Yamaguchi, H. Ito and S. Matsui0 Ecological studies of puffers (Tetraodontidae, Teleostei) in coastal waters. 3. The age growth of Takijugu rubripes (Temminck et Schlegel). SciI. Bull. Fac. Agric. Kyushu Univ. 41(3-4):195-200. (Ref. 40657)
  • Lannan, C.N., J.L. Batholomew and J.L. Fryer0 Chlamydial infections of fish: Epitheliocystis. p.255-267. In P.T.K. Woo and D.W. Bruno (eds.) Fish Diseases and Disorders Vol. 3: Viral, bacterial and fungal infections. CABI Int'l. (Ref. 48851)
  • Leong, T.S.0 Diseases of brackishwater and marine fish cultured in some Asian countries. p. 223-236. In M. Shariff, R.P. Subasinghe and J.R. Arthur (eds.) Proceedings of the First Symposium on Diseases in Asian Aquaculture. Asian Fisheries Society, Manila, Philippines. (Ref. 48652)
  • Liao, C.-I., H.-M. Su and E.Y. Chang0 Techniques in finfish larviculture in Taiwan. Aquaculture 200(2001):1-31. (Ref. 40297)
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  • Masuda, H., C. Araga and T. Yoshino0 Coastal fishes of southern Japan. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, Japan. 382 p. (Ref. 637)
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  • Nagasaki Prefecture0 Nagasaki Prefecture Red List, Revised Version. Nagasaki Prefecture, Nagasaki. (; (Ref. 96263)
  • Nakabo, T.0 Fishes of Japan with pictorial keys to the species, English edition I. Tokai University Press, Japan, pp v-866. (Ref. 41299)
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  • Wu, H.L., K.-T. Shao and C.F. Lai (eds.)0 Latin-Chinese dictionary of fishes names. The Sueichan Press, Taiwan. 1028 p. (Ref. 31517)
  • Yamada, U., S. Shirai, T. Irie, M. Tokimura, S. Deng, Y. Zheng, C. Li, Y.U. Kim and Y.S. Kim0 Names and illustrations of fishes from the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea. Overseas Fishery Cooperation Foundation, Tokyo, Japan. 288 p. (Ref. 11230)


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