Ichthyological Research is an official journal of the Ichthyological Society of Japan and is published quarterly in January, April, July, and November. The journal primarily publishes research papers on original work, either descriptive or experimental, that advances the understanding of the diversity of fishes. Ichthyological Research strives to cover all aspects of fish biology, including taxonomy, systematics, evolution, biogeography, ecology, ethology, genetics, morphology, and physiology.
Ichthyological Research also publishes timely reviews and commentary on recent progress in active areas of research on fish biology.
The Editor-in-Chief is Yoshiaki Kai, Maizuru Fisheries Research Station, Field Science Education and Research Center, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.
Zenopsis filamentosa (Zeidae), a new mirror dory from the western Pacific Ocean, with redescription of Zenopsis nebulosa
Four new deepwater Ophichthus (Anguilliformes: Ophichthidae) from Japan with a redescription of Ophichthus pallens (Richardson 1848)
Contrasting effects of dams with and without reservoirs on the population density of an amphidromous goby in southwestern Japan
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