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cimbrius, Gadus Linnaeus [C.] (ex Strussenfelt) 1766:440 [Systema naturae sive regna tria naturae v. 1 (pt 1); ref. 2786] Kattegat, northwestern Scania, Sweden, western Baltic Sea. No types known. Based on manuscript description by A. M. von Strussenfelt. Also in Strussenfelt 1773:22, Pl. 2, fig. A [ref. 30356] and Strussenfelt 1780:21, pl. 2, fig. A [ref. 30357]. Neotype designated by Fricke 1999:30 [ref. 24101], but withdrawn in Fricke 2000:639 [ref. 24537]. Sometimes placed in the family Gaidropsaridae, such as by Iwamoto & Cohen 2003:1015 [ref. 27011]. •Valid as Rhinonemus cimbrius (Linnaeus 1766) -- (Svetovidov 1973:316 [ref. 7169], Svetovidov in Whitehead et al. 1986:708 [ref. 13676], Nakabo 2000:414 [ref. 25086], Nakabo 2002:414 [ref. 26001], Fricke 2007:26 [ref. 30577] as cimbricus). •Valid as Enchelyopus cimbrius (Linnaeus 1766) -- (Cohen & Russo 1979 [ref. 6975], Smith 1986:403 [ref. 22186], Robins & Ray 1986:94 [ref. 23100], Scott & Scott 1988:264 [ref. 25518], McAllister 1990:119 [ref. 14674], Cohen 1990:526 [ref. 15766], Cohen in Cohen et al. 1990:38 [ref. 18936], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:756 [ref. 23897], Fricke 1999:30 [ref. 24101], Klein-MacPhee in Collette & Klein-MacPhee 2002:226 [ref. 26158], Gibson & Myers 2002:134 [ref. 26567], Iwamoto & Cohen 2003:1015 [ref. 27011], Moore et al. 2003:212 [ref. 27076], Nelson et al. 2004:93 [ref. 27807], Møller et al. 2010:39 [ref. 31169], Page et al. 2013:93 [ref. 32708], Parin et al. 2014:180 [ref. 33547], Afonso et al. 2016:31, 145 [ref. 36199], Iwamoto & Cohen 2016:2018 [ref. 34586], Mecklenburg et al. 2018:125 [ref. 36370]). Current status: Valid as Enchelyopus cimbrius (Linnaeus 1766). Lotidae. Distribution: Baltic Sea, North Sea, northeastern Atlantic: Barents Sea south to Bay of Biscay; northwestern Atlantic: Newfoundland (Canada) and western Greenland south to northern Gulf of Mexico. Habitat: marine.