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Papers Published in Japanese Journal of Ichthyology
Records of telescope fish, Gigantura indica (Aulopiformes: Giganturidae), around . Japan.
Goldfish Judging Criteria
required for a particular variety (e.g. telescope fish possessing one normal and one telescope eye).
American Goldfish Association, Show Best Practices 1. General
particular variety (e.g.

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Telescopefish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Telescopefish are small, deep-sea aulopiform fish comprising the small family Giganturidae. There are just two known species, both within the genus Gigantura.
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