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  • McMillan, C.B. and R.L. Wisner0 Review of the hagfishes (Myxinidae, Myxiniformes) of the northwestern Pacific Ocean, with descriptions of three new species, Eptatretus fernholmi, Paramyxine moki, and P. walkeri. Zool. Stud. 43(1):51-73. (Ref. 51420)
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