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0000 0001 1681 1252
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Gibbs, Robert H.
Gibbs, Robert H. (Jr)
Gibbs, Robert H. (ml)
Gibbs, Robert Henry
Dates: 
1929-1988
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Clarke, Thomas A.
Collette, Bruce B.
Gomon, Janet R.
Krueger, William H.
Mackinney, James F.
McKinney, James F.
Morrow, James Edwin
Penny, Lewis
Penny, Lewis Frederick
Schultz, Leonard Peter
Smithsonian Institution (Washington, D.C)
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bases for the classification of the flyingfishes (Families Oxyporhamphidae and Exocoetidae), The
Bermuda Ocean Acre
Biology of midwater fishes of the Bermuda Ocean Acre
Fishes of the Western North Atlantic Sternoptychidae, Astronesthiae-Idiacanthidae, Melanostomiatidae
High-count species of the stomiid fish genus Astronesthes from southern Subtropical Convergence region : two new species and redescription of Cryptostomias (= Astronesthes) psychrolutes
High-count species of the stomiid fish genus Astronesthes from the southern subtropical convergence region: two new species and redescription of Cryptostomias (=Astronesthes) psychrolutes
Nominostomias
Notropis callitaenia, a new cyprinid fish from Alabama, Florida, and Georgia
Photonectes munificus, a new species of melanostomiatid fish from the South Pacific Subtropical Convergence, with remarks on the convergence fauna
Preliminary field guide to the mackerel-and tuna-like fishes of the Indian Ocean,1963:
Preliminary field guide to the mackerel- and tuna-like fishes of the Indian Ocean (Scombridae)
Subtropical Convergence region.
Taxonomy and distribution of the stomioid fish genus Eustomias (Melanostomias)
Taxonomy and distribution of the Stomioid Fish Genus Eustomias (Melanostomiidae), I: Subgenus Nominostomias
Taxonomy and distribution of the Stomioid fish genus Eustomias (Melanostomiidae), II: Biradiostomias, new subgenus
Taxonomy, sexual dimorphism, vertical distribution, and evolutionary zoogeography of the bathypelagic fish genus Stomias (Stomiatidae)
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