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Species in the family or subfamily Bembridae: [ 12 ] records


adenensis, Bembras Imamura [H.] & Knapp [L. W.] 1997:10, Fig. 1 [Ichthyological Research v. 44 (no. 1); ref. 22682] Gulf of Aden, western Indian Ocean, 12°12'N, 43°36'E, depth 225 meters. Holotype: ZMH 5291. Paratypes: USNM 338873 [ex ZMH 5291] (1); ZMH 8810 [ex ZMH 5291] (2). •Valid as Bembras adenensis Imamura & Knapp 1997 -- (Imamura & Knapp 1998:168 [ref. 23383], Manilo & Bogorodsky 2003:S103 [ref. 27377], Imamura et al. 2018:[1] [ref. 35952]). Current status: Valid as Bembras adenensis Imamura & Knapp 1997. Bembridae. Distribution: Western Indian Ocean. Habitat: marine.

andamanensis, Bembras Imamura [H.], Psomadakis [P. N.] & Thein [H.] 2018:[3], Fig. 4 [Ichthyological Research v. 65 (no. 4); ref. 35952] Off Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar, Andaman Sea, Indian Ocean, 14°10.26'N, 95°2.55'E, depth 116 meters. Holotype (unique): SAIAB 203646. •Valid as Bembras andamanensis Imamura, Psomadakis & Thein 2018 -- (Psomadakis et al. 2020:368 [ref. 37272]). Current status: Valid as Bembras andamanensis Imamura, Psomadakis & Thein 2018. Bembridae. Distribution: Northeastern Indian Ocean: Myanmar endemic. Habitat: marine.

aschemeieri, Brachybembras Fowler [H. W.] 1938:94, Fig. 43 [Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 85 (no. 3032); ref. 1426] Off Jolo Light, vicinity of Jolo, Philippines, 6°03'15"N, 120°35'30"E, Albatross station D.5172, depth 318 fathoms. Holotype (unique): USNM 98881. •Valid as Brachybembras aschemeieri Fowler 1938 -- (Poss 1999:2384 [ref. 24796]). Current status: Valid as Brachybembras aschemeieri Fowler 1938. Bembridae. Distribution: Western Pacific. Habitat: marine.

curtus, Bembras Temminck [C. J.] & Schlegel [H.] 1843:42, Pl. 16 (fig. 6-7) [Fauna Japonica Parts 2-4; ref. 4371] Nagasaki, Japan. Lectotype: RMNH D682 (stuffed). Paralectotypes: ?RMNH D2057 (1, stuffed). Lectotype selected by Boeseman 1947:52 [ref. 12876]. Parabembras curta is correct; as Parabembras is feminine. •Valid as Parabembras curta (Temminck & Schlegel 1843) -- (Kanayama in Okamura et al. 1982:396 [ref. 8256] as curtus, Ochiai in Masuda et al. 1984:321 [ref. 6441] as curtus, Shao & Chen 1987:79 [ref. 8042] as curtus, Lindberg & Krasyukova 1987:160 [ref. 15964] as curtus, Cheng & Zhou 1997:429 [ref. 26385] as curtus, Poss 1999:2384 [ref. 24796] as curtus, Nakabo 2000:614 [ref. 25086], Randall & Lim in Randall & Lim 2000:606 [ref. 25122] as curtus, Shinohara et al. 2001:318 [ref. 25995], Nakabo 2002:614 [ref. 26001], Choi et al. 2003:257, 569 [ref. 26218], Shinohara et al. 2005:428 [ref. 28370], Shinohara et al. 2011:43 [ref. 31715] as curtus, Shinohara et al. 2014:247 [ref. 33330] as curtus, Fricke 2015:4 [ref. 33807] as curtus, Kai & Fricke 2018:61 [ref. 35827]). Current status: Valid as Parabembras curta (Temminck & Schlegel 1843). Bembridae. Distribution: Indian Ocean to southern Japan, to Papua New Guinea. Habitat: marine.

japonicus, Bembras Cuvier [G.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1829:282, Pl. 83 [Histoire naturelle des poissons v. 4; ref. 998] Japan. Holotype: ZMB 8194 (dry). Type catalog: Blanc & Hureau 1968:60 [ref. 20738], Paepke & Fricke 1992:278 [ref. 19946]. •Valid as Bembras japonicus Cuvier 1829 -- (Knapp 1979:52 [ref. 14196], Ochiai in Masuda et al. 1984:321 [ref. 6441], Yatou in Okamura et al. 1985:597, 728 [ref. 8056], Shao & Chen 1987:80 [ref. 8042], Lindberg & Krasyukova 1987:159 [ref. 15964], Paxton et al. 1989:466 [ref. 12442], Chen et al. 1997:172 [ref. 26476], Imamura & Knapp 1997:12 [ref. 22682], Imamura & Knapp 1998:166 [ref. 23383], Randall & Lim in Randall & Lim 2000:606 [ref. 25122], Hutchins 2001:28 [ref. 25847], Shinohara et al. 2014:247 [ref. 33330]). •Valid as Bembras japonica Cuvier 1829 -- (Poss 1999:2384 [ref. 24796], Nakabo 2000:614 [ref. 25086], Shinohara et al. 2001:318 [ref. 25995], Nakabo 2002:614 [ref. 26001], Choi et al. 2003:257, 569 [ref. 26218], Shinohara et al. 2005:427 [ref. 28370], Shinohara et al. 2011:43 [ref. 31715], Imamura et al. 2018:[1] [ref. 35952], Sonoyama et al. 2020:47 [ref. 37637]). Current status: Valid as Bembras japonica Cuvier 1829. Bembridae. Distribution: Western Pacific: China and Taiwan to Korea and Japan. Habitat: marine.

laevis, Bembras Nyström [E.] 1887:26 [Bihang till Kongl. Svenska vetenskaps-akademiens handlingar. Stockholm v. 13 (pt 4) No. 4; ref. 14475] Nagasaki, Japan. Syntypes: (2) ZMUU 277 (1). Type catalog: Wallin 1996:60 [ref. 32133] with a holotype. •Valid as Bambradon laevis (Nyström 1887) based on status of the genus Bambradon. Current status: Valid as Bambradon laevis (Nyström 1887). Bembridae. Distribution: Japan. Habitat: marine.

leslieknappi, Bembras Imamura [H.], Psomadakis [P. N.] & Thein [H.] 2018:[2], Fig. 3 [Ichthyological Research v. 65 (no. 4); ref. 35952] Off Tanintharyi coast, Myanmar, Andaman Sea, Indian Ocean, 10°23.33'N, 97°24.81'E, depth 181-184 meters. Holotype (unique): SAIAB 203647. •Valid as Bembras leslieknappi Imamura, Psomadakis & Thein 2018 -- (Psomadakis et al. 2020:368 [ref. 37272]). Current status: Valid as Bembras leslieknappi Imamura, Psomadakis & Thein 2018. Bembridae. Distribution: Northeastern Indian Ocean: Myanmar endemic. Habitat: marine.

longipinnis, Bembras Imamura [H.] & Knapp [L. W.] 1998:172, Figs. 10-11 [Ichthyological Research v. 45 (no. 2); ref. 23383] North of Nickol Bay, northwestern Australia, 19°15'S, 116°40'E, depth 172 meters. Holotype: CSIRO CA 3543. Paratypes: AMS I.22805-040 (1); CSIRO H 2547-04 and -09 (2), CA 3540-3542 (4); NTM S.12902-006 and S.13317-010 (5). •Valid as Bembras longipinnis Imamura & Knapp 1998 -- (Poss 1999:2384 [ref. 24796], Larson et al. 2013:89 [ref. 32988], Imamura et al. 2018:[1] [ref. 35952]). Current status: Valid as Bembras longipinnis Imamura & Knapp 1998. Bembridae. Distribution: Western Australia. Habitat: marine.

macrolepis, Bembras Imamura [H.] in Imamura & Knapp 1998:170, Figs. 6-7 [Ichthyological Research v. 45 (no. 2); ref. 23383] Eastern Australia, 23°50.6'S, 152°36.7'E to 23°46'S, 152°32.1'E, depth 217-274 meters. Holotype: QM I.18822. Paratypes: AMS I.15551-003 (2), I.25808-020 and I.25809-009 (3), I. 25827-006 (6); QM I.30872 [ex QM I.18822] (2), I.19346 (1), I.21000 (1). •Valid as Bembras macrolepis Imamura 1998 -- (Poss 1999:2384 [ref. 24796], Imamura et al. 2018:[1] [ref. 35952]). Current status: Valid as Bembras macrolepis Imamura 1998. Bembridae. Distribution: Australia. Habitat: marine.

megacephala, Bembras Imamura [H.] & Knapp [L. W.] 1998:174, Figs. 13-14 [Ichthyological Research v. 45 (no. 2); ref. 23383] Off Port Headland, northwestern Australia, 18°28' to 34°29'S, 118°15' to 151°17'E, depth 150-156 meters. Holotype: AMS I.22805-003. Paratypes: AMS I.22805-039 (4); BMNH 1986.11.27.1 (1); CSIRO 2365 (1), 2798-2799 (2); USNM 264796 (1). •Valid as Bembras megacephala Imamura & Knapp 1998 -- (Poss 1999:2384 [ref. 24796], Larson et al. 2013:89 [ref. 32988], Imamura et al. 2018:[1] [ref. 35952]). Current status: Valid as Bembras megacephala Imamura & Knapp 1998. Bembridae. Distribution: Australia and Indonesia. Habitat: marine.

multisquamata, Parabembras Kai [Y.] & Fricke [R.] 2018:69, Figs. 1C, 2C [ZooKeys 740; ref. 35827] Big Bay, Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu, 15°4'12"S, 166°57'0"E, depth 408-444 meters. Holotype: MNHN-IC-2008-1516. Paratypes: MNHN-IC, NTUM. •Valid as Parabembras multisquamata Kai & Fricke 2018. Current status: Valid as Parabembras multisquamata Kai & Fricke 2018. Bembridae. Distribution: Philippines, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. Habitat: marine.

robinsoni, Parabembras Regan [C. T.] 1921:418 [Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Series 9) v. 7 (no. 41); ref. 3672] 15-22 miles [24-35 kilometers] off Umvoti River mouth, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, southwestern Indian Ocean [ca. 29°32'S, 31°36'E], depth 120-130 fathoms [219-238 meters]. Holotype (unique): BMNH 1921.3.1.19. •Valid as Parabembras robinsoni Regan 1921 -- (Knapp 1986:482 [ref. 5683], Kai & Fricke 2018:67 [ref. 35827]). Current status: Valid as Parabembras robinsoni Regan 1921. Bembridae. Distribution: Western Indian Ocean: South Africa to southern Mozambique, possibly north to Kenya [needs confirmation]. Habitat: marine.