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ambanoro, Cryptocentrus Fourmanoir [P.] 1957:245, Fig. 159 [Mémoires de l'Institut Scientifique de Madagascar. Série F. Océanographie v. 1; ref. 11992] Ambanoro Bay, Nosy Be [Nossi-Bé], Mozambique Channel, Madagascar, depth 6-10 meters. Holotype (unique): IRSMNB (lost). Type catalog: Bauchot et al. 1991:53 [ref. 19958] as no types at MNHN. •Valid as Vanderhorstia ambanoro (Fourmanoir 1957) -- (Randall et al. 1990:412 [ref. 15987], Randall & Goren 1993:24 [ref. 21131], Kuiter 1997:350 [ref. 25488], Randall et al. 1997:412 [ref. 25919], Myers 1999:241 [ref. 23965], Larson in Randall & Lim 2000:640 [ref. 25122], Nakabo 2000:1234 [ref. 25182], Laboute & Grandperrin 2000:416 [ref. 25191], Allen 2000:122 [ref. 25868], Hutchins 2001:44 [ref. 25847], Larson & Murdy 2001:3600 [ref. 26293], Satapoomin & Winterbottom 2002:62 [ref. 26168], Nakabo 2002:1234 [ref. 26193], Allen & Adrim 2003:61 [ref. 26830], Myers & Donaldson 2003:643 [ref. 27495], Randall et al. 2004:28 [ref. 27624], Shibukawa & Suzuki 2004:116 [ref. 28014], Randall 2005:559 [ref. 28239], Greenfield & Longenecker 2005:622 [ref. 28487], Hoese & Larson 2006:1695 [ref. 29097], Shao et al. 2008:262 [ref. 29952], Shibukawa 2009:289 [ref. 30449], Freinschlag & Patzner 2012:42 [ref. 31789], Allen & Erdmann 2012:887 [ref. 31980], Fricke et al. 2013:270 [ref. 32706], Suzuki & Chen 2014:207 [ref. 33152], Fricke et al. 2014:177 [ref. 33932], Daly et al. 2018:5 [ref. 35897], Fricke et al. 2018:344 [ref. 35805], Golani & Fricke 2018:163 [ref. 36273], Fricke et al. 2019:293 [ref. 36673]). Current status: Valid as Vanderhorstia ambanoro (Fourmanoir 1957). Gobiidae: Gobiinae. Distribution: Indo-West Pacific: East Africa, Amirantes and Madagascar east to Marshall Islands and Samoa, north to Yaeyama Islands, south to New Caledonia. Replaced in northern Red Sea by V. opercularis Randall 2007. Habitat: marine.