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semicinctus, Acanthophthalmus Fraser-Brunner [A.] 1940:172, Fig. 3 [Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Series 11) v. 6 (no. 32); ref. 17234] Mawai District, Johore, Malaysia. Holotype: BMNH 1938.12.1.113. Paratypes: (5) BMNH 1938.12.1.114-115 (2), 1940.2.8.2-3 (2). Tan & Kottelat 2009:61 [ref. 30261] give precedence to Pangio semicincta over its simultaneous synonym P. sumatrana. •Valid as Acanthophthalmus semicinctus Fraser-Brunner 1940 -- (Roberts 1989:98 [ref. 6439]). •Synonym of Acanthophthalmus kuhlii (Valenciennes 1846) -- (Burridge 1992:181 [ref. 19452]). •Questionably a synonym of Pangio kuhlii (Valenciennes 1846) -- (Kottelat & Lim 1993:224 [ref. 21437]). •Synonym of Pangio kuhlii (Valenciennes 1846) -- (Fuller et al. 1999:177 [ref. 25838]). •Valid as Pangio semicincta (Fraser-Brunner 1940) -- (Doi 1997:15 [ref. 22832], Kottelat & Widjanarti 2005:158 [ref. 28284], Parenti & Lim 2005:187 [ref. 28285], Tan & Kottelat 2009:61 [ref. 30261], Kottelat 2012:39 [ref. 32367], Kottelat 2013:184 [ref. 32989], Ng et al. 2019:520 [ref. 36606]). Current status: Valid as Pangio semicincta (Fraser-Brunner 1940). Cobitidae. Distribution: Sumatra, Borneo, Malaya (Malaysia). Habitat: freshwater.