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First record of the yellow sea chub Kyphosus incisor in the Mediterranean

  • Lidia Orsi Relini (a1), Maria Rosa Costa (a1) and Marco Relini (a1)

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The presence of herbivorous fish of the family Kyphosidae in the Mediterranean has increased with the first record of the species Kyphosus incisor which occurred in July 2009 at Camogli, eastern Ligurian Riviera.

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Correspondence should be addressed to: L. Orsi Relini, Dipartimento per lo Studio del, Territorio e delle sue Risorse (Dip.Te.Ris.), Università di Genova, Corso Europa, 26 16132 Genova, Italy email: largepel@unige.it

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First record of the yellow sea chub Kyphosus incisor in the Mediterranean

  • Lidia Orsi Relini (a1), Maria Rosa Costa (a1) and Marco Relini (a1)

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