Coris flava, a New Species of Large Wrasse from Réunion

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Coris flava is a new species of large wrasse from Réunion in the western Indian Ocean which belongs to a genus that we thought had been well documented already. Unlike other species of Coris wrasses, the new ‘Yellow Coris’ has eluded discovery because it was found at a shocking depth of 250 meters or more…
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