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Genera in the family or subfamily Fistulariidae: [ 10 ] records


Aulus Commerson [P.] in Lacep├Ęde 1803:350 (footnote) Masc. Not available, Commerson manuscript name mentioned in passing under Fistularia petimba. Commerson names in footnotes in this volume placed on Official Index of Rejected Works; see remarks under Opinion 89 in Appendix B in Eschmeyer et al. 1990 [ref. 26735]. •In the synonymy of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Fistulariidae.

Cannorynchus Cantor [T. E.] 1849:1193 [211] Masc. Fistularia tabacaria Linnaeus 1758. Type by being a replacement name. Unneeded replacement for Fistularia Linnaeus, not preoccupied by Fistularia Donati 1750 (a pre-Linnaean name). On page 211 of separate. Cannorhynchus Bleeker 1863:236 [ref. 398] is an incorrect subsequent spelling. •Objective synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758 -- (Fritzsche 1976:196 [ref. 7102] but with wrong type). Current status: Synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Fistulariidae.

Fistularia Linnaeus [C.] 1758:312 Fem. Fistularia tabacaria Linnaeus 1758. Type by monotypy. On Official List (Opinion 75). •Valid as Fistularia Linnaeus 1758 -- (Fritzsche 1976 [ref. 7102], Fritzsche 1984 [ref. 13658], Araga in Masuda et al. 1984:84 [ref. 6441], Heemstra 1986:444 [ref. 5660], Paxton et al. 1989:405 [ref. 12442], Gomon et al. 1994:434 [ref. 22532], Fritzche & Thiesfeld 1999:2279 [ref. 24793], Fritsche 2003:1228 [ref. 27045], Keivany & Nelson 2006:S84 [ref. 28978], Paxton et al. 2006:849 [ref. 28994], Gomon 2008:447 [ref. 30616], Kuiter 2009:314 [ref. 30404], Satapoomin 2009:61 [ref. 30463], Lipej & Dulčić 2010:36 [ref. 36649], Stewart 2015:1066 [ref. 34254], Motomura et al. 2017:60 [ref. 35490], Fricke et al. 2018:127 [ref. 35805], Golani & Fricke 2018:47 [ref. 36273], Fricke et al. 2019:97 [ref. 36673]). Current status: Valid as Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Fistulariidae.

Flagellaria Gronow [L. T.] in Gray 1854:146 Fem. Fistularia fistularis Gronow 1854 (= Fistularia tabacaria Linnaeus 1758). Type by monotypy. •Synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758 -- (Fritzsche 1976:196 [ref. 7102]). Current status: Synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Fistulariidae.

Petimbuabo Catesby [M.] 1771:18 Not available, published in a rejected work on Official Index (Opinion 89, Opinion 259). Fistulariidae.

Solenostomus Klein [J. T.] 1778:38 Masc. Not available, published in a work that does not conform to the principle of binominal nomenclature. Appeared in plural form as Solenostomis. Based in part on the "Petimbuabo Brasil" of Catesby 1731:17, Pl. 17 [ref. 774] [Fistularia tabacaria Linnaseus 1758]. Not Solenostomus Lacep├Ęde 1803. •In the synonymy of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Current status: Synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Fistulariidae.

Solenostomus Browne [P.] 1789:441 Masc. Not available, published in a rejected work on Official Index (Opinion 89). Based on Browne 1756:441 [ref. 30188]. Current status: Synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Fistulariidae.

Solenostomus Gronow [L. T.] 1763:119 Masc. Not available, published in a rejected work on Official Index (Opinion 261). Fistulariidae.

Solenostomus Gill [T. N.] (ex Gronow) 1861:38 Masc. Fistularia tabacaria of Storer (= Fistularia tabacaria Linnaeus 1758). Type by subsequent designation. Type perhaps designated first by Jordan 1919:302 [ref. 4904]. •Synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Current status: Synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Fistulariidae.

Solenostomus Walbaum [J. J.] (ex Klein) 1792:582 Masc. Not available, published in a part of work rejected for nomenclatural purposes in Opinion 21 (1938). Based on Klein 1744:23 [ref. 30141]. •In the synonymy of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Current status: Synonym of Fistularia Linnaeus 1758. Fistulariidae.