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curtus, Bembras Temminck [C. J.] & Schlegel [H.] 1843:42, Pl. 16 (fig. 6-7) [Fauna Japonica Parts 2-4; ref. 4371] Nagasaki, Japan. Lectotype: RMNH D682 (stuffed). Paralectotypes: ?RMNH D2057 (1, stuffed). Lectotype selected by Boeseman 1947:52 [ref. 12876]. Parabembras curta is correct; as Parabembras is feminine. •Valid as Parabembras curta (Temminck & Schlegel 1843) -- (Kanayama in Okamura et al. 1982:396 [ref. 8256] as curtus, Ochiai in Masuda et al. 1984:321 [ref. 6441] as curtus, Shao & Chen 1987:79 [ref. 8042] as curtus, Lindberg & Krasyukova 1987:160 [ref. 15964] as curtus, Cheng & Zhou 1997:429 [ref. 26385] as curtus, Poss 1999:2384 [ref. 24796] as curtus, Nakabo 2000:614 [ref. 25086], Randall & Lim in Randall & Lim 2000:606 [ref. 25122] as curtus, Shinohara et al. 2001:318 [ref. 25995], Nakabo 2002:614 [ref. 26001], Choi et al. 2003:257, 569 [ref. 26218], Shinohara et al. 2005:428 [ref. 28370], Shinohara et al. 2011:43 [ref. 31715] as curtus, Shinohara et al. 2014:247 [ref. 33330] as curtus, Fricke 2015:4 [ref. 33807] as curtus, Kai & Fricke 2018:61 [ref. 35827]). Current status: Valid as Parabembras curta (Temminck & Schlegel 1843). Bembridae. Distribution: Indian Ocean to southern Japan, to Papua New Guinea. Habitat: marine.