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cerasina, Pseudojulis Snyder [J. O.] 1904:528 [Bulletin of the U. S. Fish Commission v. 22 [1902]; ref. 4149] Honolulu, Oahu Island, Hawaiian Islands. Holotype (unique): USNM 50877. Some references refer to Pseudojuloides splendens and Pseudojuloides polynesica [ref. 35692]. •Valid as Pseudojuloides cerasinus (Snyder 1904) -- (Araga in Masuda et al. 1984:208 [ref. 6441], Randall 1986:701 [ref. 5706], Ayling & Russell 1977:172 [ref. 7228], Randall et al. 1990:332 [ref. 15987], Kuiter 1993:292 [ref. 23929], Ho et al. 1993:9 [ref. 22789], Francis 1993:165 [ref. 25479], Allen & Robertson 1994:204 [ref. 22193], Kuiter & Randall 1995:110 [ref. 21618], Randall et al. 1997:332 [ref. 25919], Myers 1999:201 [ref. 23965], Fricke 1999:429 [ref. 24106], Parenti & Randall 2000:36 [ref. 24943], Westneat in Randall & Lim 2000:629 [ref. 25122], Nakabo 2000:988 [ref. 25182], Laboute & Grandperrin 2000:368 [ref. 25191], Westneat 2001:3402 [ref. 26277], Nakabo 2002:988 [ref. 26193], Allen & Adrim 2003:51 [ref. 26830], Manilo & Bogorodsky 2003:S115 [ref. 27377], Myers & Donaldson 2003:636 [ref. 27495], Lobel & Lobel 2004:74 [ref. 27576], Randall et al. 2004:23 [ref. 27624], Randall 2005:433 [ref. 28239], Mundy 2005:445 [ref. 28379], Allen et al. 2006:1408 [ref. 29095], Randall 2007:340 [ref. 30952], Kuiter 2010:333 [ref. 35285], Allen & Erdmann 2012:715 [ref. 31980], Victor et al. 2013:560 [ref. 32724], Victor & Randall 2014:9 [ref. 33308], Condell et al. 2015:56 [ref. 33720], Victor & Edward 2015:48 [ref. 33835], Victor & Edward 2016:66 [ref. 34490], Victor 2017:25 [ref. 35692]). Current status: Valid as Pseudojuloides cerasinus (Snyder 1904). Labridae. Distribution: Indo-West Pacific: East Africa and Mauritius (Mascarenes) east to Hawaiian Islands and Society Islands, north to southern Japan, south to New South Wales (Australia), Lord Howe Island, New Caledonia, Tonga and Austral Islands. Now Hawaii [ref. 35692]. Habitat: marine.