First Japanese Record of the Barred Perchlet Plectranthias fourmanoiri

Authors:Geoffrey Bolton, Hironori Komatsu


1980 from Yoron-Japan’s Ryukyu Islands, Jama Island. A complete description is given and compared. The specimen represents the first record of P. fourmanoiri from Japan and is the northernmost record of the species.

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