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bairdi, Callionymus Jordan [D. S.] in Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1888:78 [Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences (Series 2) v. 1 (pt 1); ref. 1250] Snapper banks off Pensacola, Florida, U.S.A. (stomach content). Holotype (unique): USNM 39300. Also described as new in Jordan 1888:501 [ref. 10475]. May use Paradiplogrammus or Callionymus; authors differ. •Valid as Paradiplogrammus bairdi (Jordan 1888) -- (Robins & Ray 1986:239 [ref. 23100], Boschung 1992:161 [ref. 23239], Smith-Vaniz et al. 1999:311 [ref. 25013], Schmitter-Soto et al. 2000:167 [ref. 27754], Collette et al. 2003:122 [ref. 26784], Hartel & Nakabo 2003:1776 [ref. 27110], Moura et al. in Menezes et al. 2003:97 [ref. 27192], Smith et al. 2003:58 [ref. 27621], Nelson et al. 2004:168 [ref. 27807], McEachran & Fechhelm 2005:651 [ref. 28815], García-Hernández et al. 2009:93 [ref. 37265], Page et al. 2013:174 [ref. 32708], Smith-Vaniz & Jelks 2014:74 [ref. 33341]). •Valid as Callionymus bairdi Jordan 1888 -- (Fricke 1982:59 [ref. 5432], Scott & Scott 1988:479 [ref. 25518], McAllister 1990:176 [ref. 14674], Cervigón 1994:138 [ref. 24488], Rocha & Rosa 2001:991 [ref. 25909], Fricke 2002:12 [ref. 26547], Wirtz et al. 2007:17, 38 [ref. 30263], Wittenrich & Ho 2013:17 [ref. 32435], Wirtz et al. 2013:132 [ref. 32972], Wirtz et al. 2014:10 [ref. 33516], Pinheiro et al. 2015:30 [ref. 34324], Fricke in Carpenter & De Angelis 2016:2815 [ref. 34618], Brown et al. 2019:171 [ref. 36444]). Current status: Valid as Callionymus bairdi Jordan 1888. Callionymidae. Distribution: Western Atlantic: Bermuda, Bahamas and Atlantic coast of U.S.A. south to Brazil, including Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea (larvae straying to Newfoundland, Canada); southern central Atlantic: Ascension and Saint Helena islands; eastern Atlantic: Cape Verde Islands, São Tomé to Annobon Island. Habitat: marine.