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alepidotus, Lucioblennius Gilbert [C. H.] 1890:103 [Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 13 (no. 797); ref. 1623] Gulf of California, Mexico, 25°02'45"N, 110°43'30"W, Albatross station 3005, depth 21 fathoms. Lectotype: CAS-SU 72. Paralectotypes: USNM 48264 (1); not USNM 44373 (1). Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:93 [ref. 12291], Springer & Orrell 1996:4 [ref. 22274]. Lectotype established (as figured specimen) in Jordan 1896:244 [ref. 2395]. •Valid as Chaenopsis alepidota (Gilbert 1890) -- (Stephens 1963:99 [ref. 4270], Eschmeyer & Herald 1983:245 [ref. 9277], Stephens et al. 1989:180 [ref. 23107], Allen & Robertson 1994:242 [ref. 22193], Hastings in Fischer et al. 1995:999 [ref. 22829], De La Cruz Agüero et al. 1997:97 [ref. 24545], Grove & Lavenberg 1997:540 [ref. 24023], Thomson et al. 2000:228 [ref. 25640], Richards & Engle 2001:180 [ref. 25759], Nelson et al. 2004:165 [ref. 27807], Patzner et al. 2009:469 [ref. 30396], Page et al. 2013:171 [ref. 32708], Kells et al. 2016:298 [ref. 35888]). Current status: Valid as Chaenopsis alepidota (Gilbert 1890). Chaenopsidae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific. Habitat: marine.