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miurus, Noturus Jordan [D. S.] 1877:371 [Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York v. 11 (nos 11-12) (art. 29); ref. 2373] White River, near Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, U.S.A. Lectotype: MNHN A-1308. Paralectotypes: BMNH 1880.1.21.17 (1), 1884.7.7.7 (1). Type catalog: Bertin & Estève 1950:25 [ref. 19575], Gilbert 1998:220 [ref. 23395], Ferraris 2007:214 [ref. 29155]. Name available from key. Lectotype selected in Taylor 1969:197 [ref. 6555]. Mention of "type" in Jordan 1877:Pl. 39 [ref. 2374] not regarded as establishing a lectotype. •Valid as Noturus miurus Jordan 1877 -- (Taylor 1969:190 [ref. 6555], Lee et al. 1980:464 [ref. 22416], Smith 1986:89 [ref. 22186], Robison & Buchanan 1988:308 [ref. 23393], Burgess 1989:34 [ref. 12860], McAllister 1990:68 [ref. 14674], Page & Burr 1991:209 [ref. 18983], Boschung 1992:66 [ref. 23239], Etnier & Starnes 1993:322 [ref. 22809], Warren et al. 1994:132 [ref. 25557], Knight & Hastings 1994:149 [ref. 25560], Stauffer et al. 1995:220 [ref. 23376], Cross & Collins 1995:156 [ref. 23394], Mettee et al. 1996:407 [ref. 25836], Gilbert 1998:220 [ref. 23395], Scott & Crossman 1998:619 [ref. 24570], Fuller et al. 1999:206 [ref. 25838], Ross et al. 2001:324 [ref. 25978], Nelson et al. 2004:82 [ref. 27807], Bailey et al. 2004:134 [ref. 27882], Miller & Robison 2004:242 [ref. 27931], Boschung & Mayden 2004:345 [ref. 27995], Scharpf 2006:18 [ref. 30386], Ferraris 2007:214 [ref. 29155], Page & Burr 2011:367 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:84 [ref. 32708]). Current status: Valid as Noturus miurus Jordan 1877. Ictaluridae. Distribution: Southern central to southcentral U.S.A.: tributaries of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, southern Ontario, Canada, and northern U.S.A., south in Mississippi Valley to Mississippi and Louisiana, and west to eastern Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas. Habitat: freshwater.