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Comparative osteology of the sciaenid fishes from Japan and its adjacent waters-I. Neurocranium.
N. Taniguchi

Some observations on the reproductive duct of the Japanese sea bass, Lateolabrax japonicus (Cuvier and Valenciennes).
I. Hayashi

Bythites matsubarai, a new brotulid fish from Japan.
R. Arai
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A list of some sparid fishes in the catches of oversea trawlers, with the proposal of new Japanese names.
F. Yasuda, N. Oda, S. Watanabe and K. Mizuguchi

The axial osteology of the goby, Quisquilius eugenius (Jordan and Evermann).
C. R. Johnson
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