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scepticus, Triglops Gilbert [C. H.] 1896:428, Pl. 28 (lower) [United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Report of the Commissioner v. 19 (for 1893) (art. 6); ref. 1628] Unalaska to Kodiak islands, Alaska, U.S.A., Albatross station 3339, depth 253 meters. Lectotype: USNM 64325. Paralectotypes: BMNH 1900.7.11.6 (1); MCZ 28235 (1), 28353 (1); CAS-SU 2426 (1?), 2427 (1), 2428 (5, 1 + disintegrated specimens), 69686 (5); USNM 125621 (1). Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:133 [ref. 12291]. Lectotype established (as figured specimen from Albatross sta. 3339) in caption to Pl. 288, p. 3291 in Jordan & Evermann 1900 [ref. 2446], which is the same figure as in the original description; Pietsch 1994:358 [ref. 21189] identified that specimen as SU 2426 and designated it as lectotype. •Valid as Triglops scepticus Gilbert 1896 -- (Watanabe 1960:15 [ref. 11959], Yabe in Amaoka et al. 1983:287, 338 [ref. 8379], Yabe in Masuda et al. 1984:325 [ref. 6441], Lindberg & Krasyukova 1987:176 [ref. 15964], Kim & Youn 1992:63 [ref. 22287], Pietsch 1994:358 [ref. 21189], Shinohara et al. 1996:176 [ref. 26605], Sokolovskaya et al. 1998:10 [ref. 24670], Nakabo 2000:628 [ref. 25086], Sheiko & Fedorov 2000:29 [ref. 25650], Mecklenburg et al. 2002:425 [ref. 25968], Nakabo 2002:628 [ref. 26001], Choi et al. 2003:263, 579 [ref. 26218], Parin et al. 2002:S89 [ref. 28300], Fedorov et al. 2003:82 [ref. 27579], Nelson et al. 2004:122 [ref. 27807], Shinohara et al. 2011:44 [ref. 31715], Page et al. 2013:125 [ref. 32708], Shinohara et al. 2014:251 [ref. 33330], Parin et al. 2014:278 [ref. 33547], Tohkairin et al. 2015:7 [ref. 35331], Kells et al. 2016:194 [ref. 35888]). Current status: Valid as Triglops scepticus Gilbert 1896. Cottidae. Distribution: North Pacific: Bering Sea to southeastern Alaska and to Okhotsk Sea and Japan Sea to Korea. Habitat: marine.