Russian Journal of Marine Biology, VoL 26, No. 1, 2000, pp. 76-78. Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000 by Biologiya Mor "a, lvankov. BOOK REVIEW On the Completion of the Publication of the Series of Identification Keys Entitled Ryby Yaponskogo morya i sopredel'nykh chastei Okhotskogo i Zheltogo morei (Fishes of the Sea of Japan and the Adjacent Parts of the Sea of Okhotsk and Yellow Sea) V. N. lvankov The seventh, concluding part of the publication of The first part of Opredelitel' ryb Yaponskogo morya G.U. Lindberg, V.V. Fedorov, and Z.V. Krasyukova  contains information on the representatives of five entitled Ryby Yaponskogo morya i sopredel'nykh classes: Amphioxi, Petromyzones, Myxini, Elasmo- chastei Okhotskogo i Zheltogo morei (Fishes of the Sea branchii, and Holocephali. The second part  of Japan and the Adjacent Parts of the Sea of Okhotsk describes Teleostomi belonging to 17 orders: Acipens- eriformes, Clupeiformes, Scopeliformes, Ateleopodi- and Yellow Sea) has just been published. The comple- formes, Cypriniformes, Anquilliformes, Beloniformes, tion of the publication of the book is, evidently, a sig- Gadiformes, Macruriformes, Gasterosteiformes, Syng- nificant event not only for the scientific world (ichthy- nathiformes, Lampridiformes, Cyprinodontiformes, ologists, marine biologists, teachers, students and post- Beryciformes, Zeiformes, Mugiliformes,
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