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fluviatilis, Gobius Pallas [P. S.] 1814:162 [Zoographia Rosso-Asiatica v. 3; ref. 3351] Mouths of rivers entering Black Sea; Caspian Sea. No types known. •Valid as Gobius fluviatilis Pallas 1814 -- (Lelek 1987:308 [ref. 22962]). •Valid as Apollonis fluviatilis (Pallas 1814) -- (Nielsen & Stepien 2006:64 [ref. 31437]). •Valid as Neogobius fluviatilis (Pallas 1814) -- (Berg 1949:1091 [ref. 20662], Miller 1973:502 [ref. 6888], Miller in Whitehead et al. 1986:1060 [ref. 13677], Kottelat 1997:178 [ref. 22952], Coad 1995:31 [ref. 23608], Reshetnikov et al. 1997:755 [ref. 24702], Vasil'eva 1998:139 [ref. 23591], Ahnelt et al. 1998:666 [ref. 23709], Coad 1998:103 [ref. 23869], Gabrielyan 2001:28 [ref. 25867], Bogutskaya et al. 2001:47 [ref. 26178], Pinchuk et al. 2003:222 [ref. 27349], Vasil'eva 2003:S49 [ref. 28444], Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:229 [ref. 28183], Vassilev & Pehlivanov 2005:182 [ref. 28369], Fricke et al. 2007:105 [ref. 29533], Kovačić & Engín 2008:74 [ref. 29624], Kottelat & Freyhof 2007:578 [ref. 29996], Vasil'eva 2007:162 [ref. 30517], Ninua & Japoshvili 2008:172 [ref. 31251], Neilson & Stepien 2009:96 [ref. 30487], Kovačić & Patzner 2011:187 [ref. 31737], Freyhof 2011:284 [ref. 31742], Medvedev et al. 2013:705 [ref. 35208], Stepien & Neilson 2013:2 [ref. 35325], Parin et al. 2014:493 [ref. 33547], Barbieri et al. 2015:109 [ref. 35029], Çiçek et al. 2015:152 [ref. 35151], Ćaleta et al. 2019:182 [ref. 37026], Carneiro et al. 2019:183 [ref. 37250], Özuluğ & Saç 2019:28 [ref. 36599], Çiçek et al. 2020:256 [ref. 37644], Kaya et al. 2020:340 [ref. 37582], Kuljanishvili et al. 2020:[5] [ref. 37535], Manilo 2020:68 [ref. 37795], Tutman et al. 2020:5 [ref. 38008], Yogurtçuoglu et al. 2020:[15] [ref. 37627]). Current status: Valid as Neogobius fluviatilis (Pallas 1814). Gobiidae: Gobiinae. Distribution: Eurasia: Black Sea and Caspian Sea basins; introduced in the Aral Sea. Habitat: freshwater, brackish, marine.