DESCRIPTION OF THREE NEW SPECIES OF GOBIESOCID FISHES FROM SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA, WITH A KEY TO THE SPECIES OF COCHLEOCEPSWA Museum Records and Supplements | Updated 7 years agoAbstract: Three new speeies of c1ingfishes are deseribed: Cochleoceps viridis from Western Australia. C. bicolor from Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia, and C.orientalis from New South Wales. Cochleoceps viridis closely resembles C. spatula (Gunther), from South Australia and Western Australia, differing mainly in the shape of the snout and dentition. Although the other two new species are similar in appearance to each other, they can easily be distinguished by differences in colouration and snout shape. Both can be separated from C. bassensis Hutchins on the basis of differences in colouration, maximum size, and head shape. Author(s) HUTCHINS, BARRY J. : Part 3 Page Number 655 DESCRIPTION OF THREE NEW SPECIES OF GOBIESOCID FISHES FROM SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA, WITH A KEY TO THE SPECIES OF COCHLEOCEPS Download 2.97 MB To request an accessible version of this pdf please email firstname.lastname@example.org View the discussion thread.