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belingi, Gobio Slastenenko [E. P.] 1934:348, 350, Pl. 1 (figs. 2-3) [Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France v. 59; ref. 18721] Upper reaches of Dnieper River, Russia. Lectotype: ZIN 29653. Paralectotypes: ZIN 51150 (4). Lectotype selected by Naseka 2001:109 [ref. 26835]. •Synonym of Gobio albipinnatus Lukasch 1933 -- (Berg 1949:654 [ref. 20661], Kottelat 1997:59 [ref. 22952], Naseka et al. 1999:37 [ref. 24848]). •Synonym of Gobio albipinnatus Lukasch 1933, but a valid subspecies -- (Lelek 1987:187 [ref. 22962], Naseka 1998:85 [ref. 23590], Naseka et al. 1999:37, 58 [ref. 24848], Fricke 2007:28 [ref. 30577]). •Synonym of Romanogobio albipinnatus (Lukasch 1933), but a valid subspecies -- (Reshetnikov et al. 1997:741 [ref. 24702]). •Synonym of Romanogobio albipinnatus (Lukasch 1933) -- (Naseka 2001:1374 [ref. 25947]). •Synonym of Romanogobio albipinnatus (Lukasch 1833), but a valid subspecies -- (Naseka 2001:108 [ref. 26835]). •Valid as Romanogobio belingi (Slastenenko 1934) -- (Naseka & Freyhof 2004:18 [ref. 27663], Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:69 [ref. 28183], Kottelat & Freyhof 2007:102 [ref. 29996]). Current status: Valid as Romanogobio belingi (Slastenenko 1934). Gobionidae. Distribution: Northern Black Sea basin; introduced in southern Baltic Sea basin and southern North Sea basin. Habitat: freshwater, brackish.