Institute for Biodiversity Science and Sustainability
Online Version, Updated 4 December 2019

SEARCH RESULTS FROM

Eschmeyer's Catalog of Fishes
Select the database to search:
GENERA   SPECIES   REFERENCES
Include unavailable names

         Comments: ,

lineolata, Equula Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1835:86 [Histoire naturelle des poissons v. 10; ref. 1004] Java, Indonesia. Lectotype: MNHN A-6738 (largest, 46 mm). Paralectotypes: MNHN A-6738 (smallest), A-6739 (1, poor condition), 1988-0327 [ex MNHN A-6739] (1, poor condition), 1988-0328 [ex MNHN A-6739] (2); Antjer specimens not found. Type catalog: Bauchot & Desoutter 1989:20 [ref. 15502]. Jones 1985:575 [ref. 21842] designated two specimens as lectotypes; Bauchot & Desoutter 1989:22 restricted the designation to one specimen so they designated the lectotype, but see Sparks 2006:15 [ref. 28783]. •Synonym of Leiognathus bindus (Valenciennes 1835) -- (Jones 1985:573 [ref. 21842]). •Valid as Leiognathus lineolatus (Valenciennes 1835) -- (Uyeno & Yabumoto in Masuda et al. 1984:158 [ref. 6441], Ye in Pan et al. 1991:393 [ref. 23876], Krishnan & Mishra 1994:290 [ref. 24014], Goren & Dor 1994:36 [ref. 25356], Heemstra in Smith & Heemstra 1995:xii [ref. 21953], Chen et al. 1997:77 [ref. 26476], Iwatsuki et al. 2000:100 [ref. 26368], Youn 2002:334, 609 [ref. 26218], Ra et al. 2005:93 [ref. 28304]). •See Randall 1995:193 [ref. 22896]. •Valid as Photoplagios lineolatus (Valenciennes 1835) -- (Sparks et al. 2005:315 [ref. 28434], Sparks 2006:15 [ref. 28783] but status uncertain, Sparks 2006:1, 12 [ref. 28783]). •In genus Equulites Fowler 1904 -- (Kimura et al. 2008:204-205 [ref. 29614]). •Valid as Equulites lineolatus (Valenciennes 1835) -- (Ali et al. 2018:324 [ref. 36183], Fricke et al. 2018:190 [ref. 35805], Eagderi et al. 2019:76 [ref. 37020], Fricke et al. 2019:149 [ref. 36673]). Current status: Valid as Equulites lineolatus (Valenciennes 1835). Leiognathidae: Gazzinae. Distribution: Indo-West Pacific: East Africa, South Africa, Madagascar and Persian Gulf east to Philippines and New Ireland (Papua New Guinea), north to southern Japan, south to northern Australia and New Caledonia. Habitat: marine.