Ian Stafford Ross Munro

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Ian Stafford Ross Munro (1919-1994) was an Australian ichthyologist and marine biologist who worked for CSIRO from 1943 until his retirement. From 1963 he led the Gulf of Carpentaria Prawn Survey.[1] He is honoured in the specific name of the fish Crapatalus munroi.[2]


  1. ^ "Ian Stafford Ross Munro". CSIRO. Retrieved 19 May 2018.
  2. ^ P.R. Last; G.J. Edgar (1987). "New Australian fishes. Part 16. A new species of Crapatalus (Leptoscopidae)". Memoirs of the Museum of Victoria. 48 (1): 73–74.