Syncomistes trigonicus Vari

Morgan, David L., Allen, Gerald R., Pusey, Bradley J. & Burrows, Damien W., 2011, 2816, Zootaxa 2816, pp. 1-64: 17

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5294351

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5294351

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/850EEB29-FF84-FFC2-EE9B-FCA2900806C8

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Felipe

scientific name

Syncomistes trigonicus Vari
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Syncomistes trigonicus Vari  

Longnose Grunter

Another freshwater terapontid that is endemic to the Kimberley, Syncomistes trigonicus   is now known from the Prince Regent, Roe, Mitchell, Lawley, King Edward and Drysdale River systems ( Fig. 36), with an additional specimen (WAM P.32785-001) captured in 2006 from Flying Fox Creek, a tributary of Lake Argyle in the Ord River. This anomalous distribution record warrants further investigation.