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Notes on the flying-fishes of Hachijo Island, with nomenclatorial remarks on the flying-fishes of the mainland of Japan and Hokkaido. II. Cypselurus pinnatibarbatus japonicus. (With additional notes on Prognichthys agoo) (Continued from p. 202).
Abe, T.

Ecological analyses of pelagic shoals. I. Analysis of salmon gill-net association in the Aleutians. 1. Quantitative analysis of food.
Maéda, H.

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On the buoyancy of the egg of Alaska pollack, Theragra chalcogramma.
Kanoh, Y.

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New, rare or uncommon fishes from Japanese waters. V. Notes on the rare fishes of the suborders Stromateoidei and Tetragonuroidei (Berg). (Continued from p. 192).
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