Isaac Ginsburg

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Isaac Ginsburg (1886-1975)

American Ichthyologist. Studied ichthyology at Cornell University and ; spent a short time as an aid in the Division of Fishes, United States National Museum, in 1917. From 1922, worked at the Bureau of Fisheries until his retirement in 1956.

Publications[edit]

  • Ginsburg, I. 1917: On two species of fishes from the Yalu River, China. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 54 (2228): 99–101.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1930: Review of the weakfishes (Cynoscion) of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States, with a description of a new species. Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries 45 [for 1929]: 71–85.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1931: Juvenile and sex characters of Evorthodus lyricus (Fam. Gobiidae). Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries 47 (Bull. 5): 117–124.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1932: A revision of the genus Gobionellus (family Gobiidae). Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection Yale University 4 (art. 2): 1–51.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1933: A revision of the genus Gobiosoma (family Gobiidae) with an account of the genus Garmannia. Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection Yale University 4 (art. 5): 1–59.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1933: Descriptions of new and imperfectly known species and genera of gobioid and pleuronectid fishes in the United States National Museum. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 82 (2961): 1–23.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1933: Descriptions of five new species of seahorses. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 23 (12): 560–563.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1935: Bollmania litura, a new species of Goby. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 91 (20): 1–3, Pl. 1.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1936: Description of a new flatfish, with notes on related species. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 26 (3): 128–133.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1937: Review of the seahorses (Hippocampus) found on the coasts of the American continents and of Europe. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 83 (2997): 497–594.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1938: Eight new species of gobioid fishes from the American Pacific coast. Allan Hancock Pacific Expedition 1932-40, Los Angeles 2 (7): 109–121.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1938: Two new gobioid fishes of the genus Gobiosoma from Lower California. Stanford Ichthyological Bulletin 1 (2): 57–59.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1939: Two new gobioid fishes collected on the presidential cruise of 1938. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 98 (14): 1–5.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1939: Twenty one new American gobies. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 29 (2): 51–63.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1942: Seven new American fishes. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 32 (12): 364–370.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1944: A description of a new gobiid fish from Venezuela, with notes on the genus Garmannia. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 34 (11): 375–380.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1947: American species and subspecies of Bathygobius, with a demonstration of a suggested modified system of nomenclature. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 37 (8): 275–284.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1948: The species of Bathystoma (Pisces, Haemulonidae). Zoologica, Scientific Contributions of the New York Zoological Society 33 (pt 3, no. 11): 151–156.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1948: Some Atlantic populations related to Diplectrum radiale (Serranidae), with description of a new subspecies from the Gulf Coast of the United States. Copeia 1948 (4): 266–270.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1950: Review of the western Atlantic Triglidae (fishes). Texas Journal of Science 2 (4): 489–527.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1951: Western Atlantic tonguefishes with descriptions of six new species. Zoologica, Scientific Contributions of the New York Zoological Society 36 (pt 3): 185–201, Pls. 1-3.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1951: The eels of the northern Gulf Coast of the United States and some related species. Texas Journal of Science 3 (3): 431–485.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1952: Eight new fishes from the Gulf coast of the United States, with two new genera and notes on geographic distribution. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 42 (3): 84–101.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1953: Ten new American gobioid fishes in the United States National Museum, including additions to a revision of Gobionellus. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 43 (1): 18–26.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1953: Western Atlantic scorpionfishes. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 121 (8): 1–103. BHL
  • Ginsburg, I. 1954: Whitings on the coasts of the American continent. United States Fish and Wildlife Service Fishery Bulletin 56: 187–208.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1954: Four new fishes and one little-known species from the east coast of the United States including the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 44 (8): 256–264.
  • Ginsburg, I. 1955: Fishes of the family Percophididae from the coasts of eastern United States and the West Indies, with descriptions of four new species. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 104 (3347): 623–639.

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