Antennatus flagellatus (Teleostei: Antennariidae), a new species of frogfish from southern Japan
A new species of frogfish,Antennatus flagellatus, is described on the basis of two specimens from Kashiwajima Island, Kochi Pref., southern Japan. It is distinguished from congeneric species as follows: illicium long, more than 40% SL and about 3.6 times length of second dorsal spine; caudal peduncle present.
Key wordsAntennariidae Antennatus new species southern Japan
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