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Citation Serdy, A., 2004. One fin, two fins, red fins, bluefins: some problems of nomenclature and taxonomy affecting legal instruments governing tuna and other highly migratory species. Mar. Policy 28:235-247.
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E-mail serdya@law.anu.edu.au
Address Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, R.G. Casey Building, John McEwen Crescent, Barton ACT 0221, Australia
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Remarks Cites FishBase page 236; great number of fishes have a common name including skipjack. Cites FishBase in page 237; mentioned the common names for northern bluefish tuna, skipjack and longfin tuna. Also in page 237; it is cited as an extensive list of fish names as an electronic database. Cites FishBase in page 240; cites the common names and scientific names of yellowfish tuna, skipjack tuna, bullet tuna, dogtooth tuna, striped bonito and butterfly kingfish. Cites FishBase in page 244; for Bramidae, FishBase gives 21 species in 8 genera. Also for Scombridae, FishBase has 54 species in 15 genera. In page 245; for Xiphiidae, there is only one species. World Wide Web electronic publication, date not indicated.
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