Teng Huo-Tu

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Teng Huo-Tu (Chinese: 鄧火土; 1911–1978) was an ichthyologist with the Taiwan Fisheries Research Institute (台灣省水產試驗所). Much of his work involved classification of chondricthyes, especially sharks.

In 1959, Teng officially described the smalleye pygmy shark.[1]

While at the Fisheries Research Institute, Teng directed the construction of the Hai Kung, the first Taiwanese ship to complete an Antarctic expedition, in 1977.[2]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Teng H.T. (1959). "Studeis [sic] on the elasmobranch fishes from Formosa. Pt. 4. Squaliolus alii, a new species of deep sea squaloid shark from Tung-Kang, Formosa". Report – Laboratory of Fishery Biology, Taiwan Fisheries Research Institute. 8: 1–6. 
  2. ^ Han Cheung (20 December 2015). "Krill fishing at the bottom of the world". Taipei Times. Retrieved 3 January 2017.