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  • Okiyama, M.0 An atlas of the early stage fishes in Japan. Koeltz Scientific Books, Germany. 1154 p. (Ref. 9902)
  • Paratype: Jordan, D. S. & Starks, E. C. 1901. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 24 (1250): 202, fig. 2.
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