Pseudanthias bicolor (Randall, 1979)

William D. Anderson, Jr., 2018, Annotated checklist of anthiadine fishes (Percoidei: Serranidae), Zootaxa 4475 (1), pp. 1-62: 36

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4475.1.1

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Pseudanthias bicolor (Randall, 1979)
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Pseudanthias bicolor (Randall, 1979) 

Anthias (Mirolabrichthys) bicolor Randall, 1979 

Holotype: BPBM 10146, 99.2 mm SL, male.

Type locality: Waianae coast off Pokai Bay, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, depth 33.5 meters. Illustrations: Heemstra & Akhilesh, 2012:127 (fig. 1), 130 (fig. 2); Kuiter, 2004:67, figs. A–F; Randall, 1979:4 (fig.1), 6 (figs. 2 & 3); Randall & McCosker, 1982:60, fig. 2

D: X or XI, 16 to 18 (rarely XI, usually 17). A: III, 7 or 8 (usually 7). P: 19 to 21 (most frequently 20). C: 15 (8 + 7). V: 26 (10 + 16 or 11 + 15). S: 1. GR: 10 to 12 + 26 to 29. LL: 57 to 66. CP: 31 to 33.

Distribution: Indo–Pacific: widespread from Mascarenes and Maldives east to Hawaiian Islands.