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kangjupkhulensis, Nemachilus Hora [S. L.] 1921:202, Pl. 10 (figs. 4-4a) [Records of the Indian Museum (Calcutta) v. 22 (pt 3, no. 19); ref. 2202] Hill streams of the Manipur Valley, Yaribuk, Manipur, India. Holotype: ZSI F10060/1. Paratypes: MCSNG 17115 (2), ZSI F10061/1 (1). Type catalog: Menon & Yazdani 1968:122 [ref. 20743], Menon 1987:117 [ref. 14149]. Original genus is correctly Nemacheilus. The spelling kangjupkhulensis is correct. See Das 2003:364 [ref. 27706] but spelled kanjuphulensis. •Valid as Nemacheilus kangjupkhulensis Hora 1921 -- (Menon 1987:115 [ref. 14149] as Noemacheilus, Talwar & Jhingran 1991:484 [ref. 20764], Menon 1999:173 [ref. 24904] as Noemacheilus, Karmakar 2000:31 [ref. 25662] as Noemacheilus). •Valid as Schistura kangjupkhulensis (Hora 1921) -- (Kottelat 1990:131 [ref. 14137], Bănărescu & Nalbant 1995:439 [ref. 23187] as kanjupkhulensis, Vishwanath & Laisram 2001:204 [ref. 25886] as kanjupkhulensis, Vishwanath & Shanta Kumar 2006:210 [ref. 28652] as kangjupkhulensis, Lokeshwor & Vishwanath 2011:1514 [ref. 31183], Lokeshwor & Vishwanath 2011:1514 [ref. 31183], Plongsesthee et al. 2011:175 [ref. 31357], Ou et al. 2011:197 [ref. 31692], Kottelat 2012:110 [ref. 32367], Lokeshwor & Vishwanath 2013:4 [ref. 32463] as kanjupkhulensis, Lalronunga et al. 2013:589 [ref. 32927] as kanjupkhulensis, Lokeshwor & Vishwanath 2013:575 [ref. 32971] as kanjupkhulensis, Kottelat 2013:207 [ref. 32989], Khynrian & Sen 2014:17 [ref. 33853], Shangningam et al. 2014:189 [ref. 33318], Solo et al. 2014:258 [ref. 33517], Lokeshwor & Vishwanath 2014:[5] [ref. 33603] as kanjupkhulensis, Lalramliana et al. 2014:211 [ref. 33628]). Current status: Valid as Schistura kangjupkhulensis (Hora 1921). Nemacheilidae. Distribution: Northeastern India and Myanmar. Habitat: freshwater.