Anthony C. Gill

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Anthony C. Gill, Australian ichthyologist.

  • Macleay Museum and School of Biological Sciences, A12 - Macleay Building, The University of Sydney, New South Wales 2006, Australia. E-mail: anthony.c.gill@sydney.edu.au
  • Ichthyology, Australian Museum, 6 College Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia

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Publications[edit]

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2001[edit]

  • Gill, A.C. 2001. Xenisthmidae. Pp. 3605-3606. In: K.E. Carpenter and V.H. Niem (eds.). FAO Species Identification Guide for Fisheries Purposes. The Living Marine Resources of the Western Central Pacific. Vol. 6. FAO, Rome.
  • Gill, A.C., Allen, G.R. & Erdmann, M.V. 2017. Pseudochromis stellatus, a new species of dottyback from Indonesia (Teleostei: Pseudochromidae). Zootaxa 4338(2): 333–340. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4338.2.7 . Full article (PDF) Reference page
  • Gill, A.C. and R. Fricke. 2001. Revision of the western Indian Ocean fish subfamily Anisochrominae (Perciformes, Pseudochromidae). Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, London, Zoology Series 67(2): 191–207.

2002[edit]

  • Gill, A.C. and H. Senou. 2002. Lubbockichthys tanakai, a new species of pseudoplesiopine dottyback from the West Pacific (Perciformes: Pseudochromidae). Aqua, Journal of Ichthyology and Aquatic Biology 6(1): 1–4.
  • Gill, A.C. and J.M. Kemp. 2002. Widespread Indo-Pacific shore-fish species: a challenge for taxonomists, biogeographers, ecologists, and fishery and conservation managers. Environmental Biology of Fishes 65(2): 165–174.
  • Mooi, R.D. and A.C. Gill. 2002. Historical biogeography of fishes. Pp. 43-68. In: P.J.B. Hart and J.D. Reynolds (eds). Handbook of Fish Biology and Fisheries. Volume 1. Fish Biology. Blackwell Science, Oxford.
  • Gill, A.C. and R.D. Mooi. 2002. Phylogeny and systematics of fishes. Pp. 15-42. In: P.J.B. Hart and J.D. Reynolds (eds). Handbook of Fish Biology and Fisheries. Volume 1. Fish Biology. Blackwell Science, Oxford.
  • Gill, A.C. and A.J. Edwards. 2002. Two new species of the Indo-Pacific fish genus Pseudoplesiops (Perciformes, Pseudochromidae, Pseudoplesiopinae). Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, London, Zoology Series 68(1): 19–26.
  • Gill, A.C. and J.B. Hutchins. 2002. Paramonacanthus oblongus, the correct name for the Indo-Pacific fish currently called P. japonicus, with a recommendation on the nomenclature of Stephanolepis cirrhifer (Tetraodontiformes, Monacanthidae). Records of the Western Australian Museum 21(1): 107–109.
  • Zajonz, U., M. Beech and A.C. Gill. 2002. Fishes of sabkha-related habitats. Pp. 283-298. In: P. Boer and H.J. Barth (eds). Sabkha Ecosystems. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands.

2003[edit]

  • Gill, A.C. and A.J. Edwards. 2003. Pseudoplesiops wassi, a new species of dottyback fish (Teleostei: Pseudochromidae: Pseudoplesiopinae) from the West Pacific. Zootaxa 291: 1–7.
  • Edwards, A.J., A.C. Gill and P.O. Abohweyere. 2003. A revision of F.R. Irvines Ghanaian marine fishes in the collection of the Natural History Museum, London. Journal of Natural History 37(18): 2213–2267.
  • Mooi, R.D. & A.C. Gill. 2003. Grammatidae. Pp. 1370-1373. In: K.E. Carpenter (ed.). FAO Species Identification Guide for Fisheries Purposes. The Living Marine Resources of the Western Central Atlantic. Volume 2. Bony fishes part 1 (Acipenseridae to Grammatidae). FAO, Rome.
  • Gill, A.C. and U. Zajonz. 2003. Halidesmus socotraensis new species and Haliophis guttatus (Forsskl), new records of congrogadine fishes from the Socotra Archipelago (Perciformes: Pseudochromidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 116(1): 52–60.

2012[edit]

  • Pethiyagoda, R.; Gill, A.C. 2012: Description of two new species of sea bass (Teleostei: Latidae: Lates) from Myanmar and Sri Lanka. Zootaxa 3314: 1–16. Preview PDF Reference page

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