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cambodgiensis, Cirrhina (Crossochilus) Tirant [G.] 1884:170, Pl. 2 (fig. 1) [Bulletin de la Société des Études Indo-chinoises. Saigon. 1883; ref. 17921] Montagnes de Samrong Tong, Cambodia. Holotype (unique): MHNL 4200-0002 (3465). On p. 37, pl. 2 (fig. 1) of reprint in Chevey 1929 [ref. 16215]. Original genus should have been Cirrhinus. •Valid as Garra cambodgiensis (Tirant 1884) -- (Kottelat 1987:11, 21 [ref. 11434], Rainboth 1996:121 [ref. 22772], Doi 1997:5 [ref. 22832], Kottelat 1998:29 [ref. 23436], Freyhof et al. 2000:94 [ref. 25184], Kottelat 2001:50 [ref. 25780], Zhang & Chen 2002:463 [ref. 26897], Kottelat 2013:103 [ref. 32989], Lothongkham et al. 2014:551 [ref. 33283], Vilasri et al. 2014:24 [ref. 33693], Kottelat 2015:41 [ref. 33971], Zhang et al. 2016:110 [ref. 34477], Kangrang et al. 2016:343 [ref. 34836], Nebeshwar & Vishwanath 2017:25 [ref. 35484], Ng et al. 2019:523 [ref. 36606], Page et al. 2019:331 [ref. 37084]). •Valid as Ceratogarra cambodgiensis (Tirant 1884) -- (Kottelat 2020:160 [ref. 37410]). Current status: Valid as Ceratogarra cambodgiensis (Tirant 1884). Cyprinidae: Labeoninae. Distribution: Middle and lower Mekong, Chao Phraya and Mae Khlong River basins and northern part of the Malay Peninsula: Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Malaysia. Habitat: freshwater.