Genus Stiphodon

Stiphodon is from the Greek stifos (swarm, horde), and odon (toothed) in reference to the numerous, closely-packed teeth in the upper jaw.
Author: Dianne J. Bray

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Dianne J. Bray, Stiphodon in Fishes of Australia, accessed 29 May 2017,


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