Russian Journal of Marine Biology, Vol. 31, No. 4, 2005, pp. 265–266. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2005 by Biologiya Morya, Kasyanov, Pitruk, Kharin. MARINE BIOLOGISTS Anatoly Petrovich Andriyashev (on His 95th Birthday) At the end of the 1930s Andriyashev continued to describe new species of ﬁshes of the Far East seas. In that period he published a number of works in cooper- ation with his friends, the ichthyologists A.Ya. Taranets and G.U. Lindberg. After the World War Two, Andriyashev started studying ﬁshes of the northern seas of the USSR, which resulted in his doctoral dissertation “The Fauna of Fishes of the North Seas of the USSR and Its Origin,” which was defended in 1951. It was rated highly by leading ichthyologists and zoogeographers. Thus, Aca- demician L.S. Berg wrote in his ofﬁcial review of the dissertation: “A.P. Andriyashev’s work is an embellish- ment of the world ichthyologic literature.” The system- atics part of Andriyashev’s doctoral dissertation was published as the monograph Fishes of the North Seas of the USSR in 1954 (it was published abroad in English in 1964) and was awarded the Prize of the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Even at present,
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