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cristulata, Scorpaena Goode [G. B.] & Bean [T. H.] 1896:246, Pl. 67 (fig. 242) [Special Bulletin U. S. National Museum No. 2; ref. 1848] Off Georgia, U.S.A., 30°44'N, 79°26'W, Albatross station 2415, depth 440 fathoms. Holotype (unique): USNM 39326. Two subspecies usually recognized: T. c. cristulata in the western Atlantic and T. c. echinata in the eastern Atlantic. •Valid as Trachyscorpia cristulata (Goode & Bean 1896) [often as the subspecies cristulata] -- (Eschmeyer 1969:48 [ref. 1274], Blanc & Hureau 1973:585 [ref. 7218], Hureau & Litvinenko in Whitehead et al. 1986:1229 [ref. 13677], Robins & Ray 1986:272 [ref. 23100], Mandrytsa 2001:277 [ref. 25636], Hutchins 2001:28 [ref. 25847] as cf. cristulata, Poss & Eschmeyer 2003:1265 [ref. 27048], Nelson et al. 2004:116 [ref. 27807], McEachran & Fechhelm 2005:50 [ref. 28815], Motomura et al. 2007:21 [ref. 29137], McCosker 2008:118 [ref. 29639], Béarez & Motomura 2010:61 [ref. 30680], Page et al. 2013:119 [ref. 32708], Poss 2016:2288 [ref. 34610] as T. c. cristulata, Carneiro et al. 2019:229 [ref. 37250]). Current status: Valid as Trachyscorpia cristulata (Goode & Bean 1896). Sebastidae: Sebastolobinae. Distribution: Atlantic. Habitat: marine.