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  1. Natural history notes from H.M. Indian Marine Survey Ship Investigator, Commander T.H. Heming, R.N., commanding. Series 2(25). A note on the deep-sea fishes with descriptions of some new genera and species including another probably viviparous ophidioid
    By: Alcock, A W
    Type: Article
    In: Annals and Magazine of Natural History
    Volume: 2
    Series: 7
    Date: 1898
    Page Range: 136--155
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  2. Natural history notes from H.M. Indian marine survey steamer `Investigator,' Lieut. G.S. Gunn, R.N., commanding.-- Series II, No. 5. On the bathybial fishes collected during the season of 1891-92
    By: Alcock, A W
    Type: Article
    In: Annals and Magazine of Natural History
    Volume: 10
    Series: 6
    Date: 1892
    Page Range: 345--365
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  3. Natural history notes from H.M. Indian Marine Survey steamer Investigator, Commander R.F. Hoskyn, R.N., commanding. Series II. No 1. On the results of deep sea dredging during the season 1890-91
    By: Alcock, A W
    Type: Article
    In: Annals and Magazine of Natural History
    Volume: 6
    Series: 2
    Date: 1893
    Page Range: 161--172
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  4. Natural history notes from H.M. Indian Marine Survey steamer Investigator, Commander R.F. Hoskyn, R.N., commanding. Series II. No 1. On the results of deep sea dredging during the season 1890-91
    By: Wood-Mason, J - Alcock, A W
    Type: Article
    In: Annals and Magazine of Natural History
    Volume: 8
    Series: 6
    Date: 1891
    Page Range: 16--34
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  5. Natural history notes from H.M. Indian Marine survey steamer Investigator. No. 16. On the bathybial fishes collected in the Bay of Bengal during the season 1889-1890
    By: Alcock, A W
    Type: Article
    In: Annals and Magazine of Natural History
    Volume: 6
    Series: 6
    Date: 1890
    Page Range: 197--222
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  6. On the classification of the Potamonidae (Thelphusidae)
    By: Alcock, A W
    Type: Article
    In: Records of the Indian Museum
    Volume: 5
    Date: 1910
    Page Range: 253--261
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