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inaequilabiatus, Carapus Valenciennes [A.] 1839:Pl. 14 [Voyage dans l'Amérique méridionale; ref. 20720] Río de La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Holotype (unique): MNHN 0000-4615. Type catalog: Bertin 1948:44 [ref. 19577], Ferraris et al. 2017:[19] [ref. 35236]. Name available from plate, description in Valenciennes 1847:11 [ref. 5010], genus misspelled as Carapeus. Pl. 14 was published in 1839. •Valid as Gymnotus inaequilabiatus (Valenciennes 1839) -- (Mago-Leccia 1994:55 [ref. 21320], Albert & Campos-da-Paz 1998:424 [ref. 23853], Albert & Fernandes-Matioli 1999:415 [ref. 23798], Fernandes-Matioli et al.2000:803 [ref. 30364], Albert 2001:124 [ref. 25614], Albert & Crampton 2001:261 [ref. 25031], Campos-da-Paz 2002:185 [ref. 26073], Crampton et al. 2003:2 [ref. 27064], Albert & Crampton 2003:3 [ref. 27077], Campos-da-Paz in Reis et al. 2003:485 [ref. 27061], Crampton & Albert 2003:2 [ref. 27433], Maldonado-Ocampo & Albert 2004:2 [ref. 27978], Crampton et al. 2005:99 [ref. 28092], Fernandes et al. 2005:3 [ref. 28147], Cognato et al. 2008:381 [ref. 29363], Richer-de-Forges et al. 2009:543 [ref. 30384], Koerber 2011:6 [ref. 31122], Milhomem et al. 2012:804 [ref. 31815], Koerber 2014:11 [ref. 33621], Koerber & Litz 2014:5 [ref. 34967], Sarmiento et al. 2014:104, 188 [ref. 35004], Mirande & Koerber 2015:48 [ref. 35117], Bertaco et al. 2016:422 [ref. 34561], Koerber & Litz 2016:6 [ref. 35098], Nión et al. 2016:34 [ref. 35565] as inequilabiatus, Ferraris et al. 2017:[19] [ref. 35236], Koerber et al. 2017:70 [ref. 35267], Craig et al. 2018:67 [ref. 35800] with date 1847). Current status: Valid as Gymnotus inaequilabiatus (Valenciennes 1839). Gymnotidae. Distribution: Parana-Paraguay River basin and some coastal drainages: Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil and Bolivia. Habitat: freshwater.