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Cuvier, G.; Valenciennes, A. 1828-49. Histoire naturelle des Poissons, Paris-Strasbourg, 22 vol., 11030 p., 621 pl. (numb. 1-650).1,1828: xvi+573 p., pl. I-VIII [author: Cuvier]; 2, 1828: xxi+490 p., pl. 9-40 [Cuv.:1-238,249-262,387-490;Val. :238-249,262-386];3,Aprill829:xxiii+500p., pl. 41-71 [Cuvier]; 4,1829: xxvi+518 p., pl. 72-99 [Cuvier]; S, 1830: xxviii+499 p., pl. 100-140 [Cuvier]; 6, 1830: xxiv+559 p., pl. 141-169 [Val. :1-425, 493-559; Cuv.: 426-491]; 7, 1831: xxix+531 p., pl. 170-208 [Cuv. :1-440; Val.: 441-531]; 8, 1832: xix+509 p., pl. 209-245 [Cuv. :1-470; Val.: 471-509]; 9, 1833: xxix+ 512 p., pl. 246-279 [Cuv. :1-198, 330-359, 372-427; Val. :199-329, 359-371, 429-512];10,1835: xxiv+482 p., pl. 280-306 [Val.]; 11, 1836: xx+506 p., pl. 307343 [Val.]; 12, 1837: xxix+507 p., pl. 344-368 [Val.]; 13, 1839: xix+505 p., pl. 369-388 [Val.]; 14,1840: xxii+464 p., pl. 389-420 [Val.]; 15,1840: xxi+540 p., pl. 421-455 [Val.]; 16,1842: xx+472 p., pl. 456-487 [Val.]; 17,1844: xxiii+497 p., pl. 487-519 [Val.]; 18,1846: xix+505 p., pl. 520-553 [Val.]; 19,1847: xix+544 p., pl. 554590 [Val.]; 20,1847: xviii+472 p., pl. 591-606 [Val.]; 21,1848: xiv+536 p., pl. 607-633 [Val.]; 22,1849: xx+532 p., pl. 634650 [Val.].

Fowler, H. W. 1923b. Fishes from Madeira, Syria, Madagascar and Victoria, Australia. Proc. Acad. nat. Sci. Philad., 75: 33-45.

Fowler, H. W. 1936. The Marine Fishes of West Africa, based on the collection of the American Museum Congo Expedition 1909-1915. Bull. am. Mus. nat. Hist., 70 (1), Jan. 21, 1936: pp. vii+1-606, fig. 1-275; (2), Nov. 18, 1936: pp. 607-1493, fig. 276-567.

Tardent, P. 1959. Capture d'un Abudefduf saxatilis vaigiensis Q. et G. (Pisces, Pomacentridae) dans le Golfe de Naples. Revue suisse Zool., 66 (20): pp. 347-351, fig. 1-2.

Abudefduf luridus