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Species in the family or subfamily Cetomimidae: [ 32 ] records


andriashevi, Gyrinomimus Fedorov [V. V.], Balushkin [A. V.] & Trunov [I. A.] 1987:12 [47], Fig. 1 [Voprosy Ikhtiologii v. 27 (no. 1); ref. 9151] Antarctic Ocean, Lazarev Sea, 65°20'S, 2°34'E, depth 1310-1360 meters over bottom depth of 1370-1400 meters. Holotype (unique): ZIN 47725. On p. 47 of English translation. •Valid as Gyrinomimus andriashevi Fedorov, Balushkin & Trunov 1987 -- (Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Paxton & Gon 1990:222 [ref. 21692], Trunov 1999:465 [ref. 24579], Mincarone et al. 2014:1562 [ref. 33546]). Current status: Valid as Gyrinomimus andriashevi Fedorov, Balushkin & Trunov 1987. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Antarctica. Habitat: marine.

apus, Ataxolepis Myers [G. S.] & Freihofer [W. C.] 1966:197, Figs. 2, 4a, 4b [Stanford Ichthyological Bulletin v. 8 (no. 3); ref. 3088] About 9 miles south-southeast of Nonsuch Island, Bermuda, 32°12'N, 64°W, depth 800 fathoms. Holotype: CAS-SU 63242. Paratypes: CAS-SU 63241 (1), 63243 (1, in glycerin). •Valid as Ataxolepis apus Myers & Freihofer 1966 -- (Goodyear 1970:19 [ref. 19473], Swinney 1991:843 [ref. 36246], Paxton 1999:2209 [ref. 24788], Paxton in Randall & Lim 2000:602 [ref. 25122], Paxton & Trnski 2003:1177 [ref. 27021], Moore et al. 2003:219 [ref. 27076]). •In the family Cetomimidae -- (Johnson et al. 2009:237 [ref. 30005]). Current status: Valid as Ataxolepis apus Myers & Freihofer 1966. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Atlantic and Pacific. Habitat: marine.

bertelseni, Parataeniophorus Shiganova [T. A.] 1989:147, Fig. 1 [Zoologicheskii Zhurnal v. 68 (no. 3) (for Mar. 1989); ref. 14115] Northeastern Atlantic, 20°26.5'N, 36°44.6'W, depth 0-1000 meters. Holotype (unique): ZIN 48400. •Valid as Parataeniophorus bertelseni Shiganova 1989 -- (authors). •Synonym of Ditropichthys storeri (Goode & Bean 1895) -- (Johnson et al. 2009:238 [ref. 30005], Paxton et al. 2016:2181 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Synonym of Ditropichthys storeri (Goode & Bean 1895). Cetomimidae. Habitat: marine.

brevis, Parataeniophorus Bertelsen [E.] & Marshall [N. B.] 1956:10, Fig. 7 [Dana Report No. 42; ref. 290] Southern Mozambique Channel, southwestern Indian Ocean, 24°33'S, 38°26'E, depth about 100 meters (300 meters wire out). Holotype (unique): ZMUC P2329854. Type catalog: Nielsen 1974:43 [ref. 9588]. •Valid as Parataeniophorus brevis Bertelsen & Marshall 1956 -- (Bertelsen 1986:406 [ref. 5642], Paxton et al. 1989:385 [ref. 12442], Mundy 2005:302 [ref. 28379], Paxton & Gates 2006:757 [ref. 29007]). Current status: Valid as Parataeniophorus brevis Bertelsen & Marshall 1956. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Indo-Pacific: East Africa east to Hawaiian Islands and California (U.S.A.). Habitat: marine.

bruuni, Gyrinomimus Rofen [R. R.] 1959:257, Pl. 1 (fig. 2) [Galathea Report v. 1; ref. 12018] Off Kenya, 5°25'S, 47°09'E, 7400 meters wire out, over 4820 meters depth. Holotype (unique): ZMUC P23452. Type catalog: Nielsen 1974:44 [ref. 9588]. See also Moore et al. 2003:219 [ref. 27076]. •Valid as Gyrinomimus bruuni Rofen 1959 -- (Fedorov & Balushkin 1983:744 [ref. 8351], Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Paxton 1999:2207 [ref. 24788], Paxton in Randall & Lim 2000:602 [ref. 25122], Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040], Fricke et al. 2011:372 [ref. 31242], Mincarone et al. 2014:1562 [ref. 33546]). Current status: Valid as Gyrinomimus bruuni Rofen 1959. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Circumglobal between 30°N and 10°S. Habitat: marine.

compunctus, Cetomimus Abe [T.], Marumo [R.] & Kawaguchi [K.] 1965:57, Figs. 1-2 [Japanese Journal of Ichthyology v. 12 (nos 3-6); ref. 9190] Suruga Bay, Japan, 34°02'48"N, 138°18'48"E, depth 0-1800 meters. Holotype (unique): ZUMT 55046 [ex ORIT 641]. •Valid as Cetomimus compunctus Abe, Marumo & Kawaguchi 1965 -- (Uyeno in Masuda et al. 1984:115 [ref. 6441], Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Nakabo 2000:483 [ref. 25086], Nakabo 2002:483 [ref. 26001], Paxton et al. 2016:2179 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Valid as Cetomimus compunctus Abe, Marumo & Kawaguchi 1965. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Western North Pacific and western South Atlantic. Habitat: marine.

craneae, Cetomimus Harry [R. R.] 1952:64, Fig. 4 [Zoologica, Scientific Contributions of the New York Zoological Society v. 37 (pt 1, no. 5); ref. 2044] South of Nonsuch Island, Bermuda, depth 800 fathoms. Holotype (unique): CAS-SU 17102 [ex NYZS 11370]. Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:21 [ref. 12291], Mead 1958:132 [ref. 20648]. •Valid as Cetomimus craneae Harry 1952 -- (Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040]). Current status: Valid as Cetomimus craneae Harry 1952. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Bermuda. Habitat: marine.

cubiceps, Vitiaziella Rass [T. S.] 1955:331, Fig. 3 [Trudy Instituta Okeanologii, Akademija Nauk S.S.S.R. v. 12; ref. 3610] Kuril-Kamchatka trench, depth 4000 meters over 6200 meters. Holotype: ZIN 42636. •Valid as Vitiaziella cubiceps Rass 1955 -- (Nakabo 2000:484 [ref. 25086], Sheiko & Fedorov 2000:24 [ref. 25650], Chen 2002:272 [ref. 26587], Nakabo 2002:484 [ref. 26001], Shinohara et al. 2005:421 [ref. 28370], Parin et al. 2014:201 [ref. 33547]). Current status: Valid as Vitiaziella cubiceps Rass 1955. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Western North Pacific. Habitat: marine.

esau, Mirapinna Bertelsen [E.] & Marshall [N. B.] 1956:4, Figs. 1-2, 12 [Dana Report No. 42; ref. 290] North Atlantic, 47°20'N, 22°30'W, Dana station 371, 48 meters of wire out. Holotype (unique): ZMUC P2329855. Type catalog: Nielsen 1974:43 [ref. 9588]. •Valid as Mirapinna esau Bertelsen & Marshall 1956 -- (Paxton 1973:212 [ref. 7183], Bertelsen in Whitehead et al. 1984:521 [ref. 13676], Johnson et al. 2009:238 [ref. 30005]). Current status: Valid as Mirapinna esau Bertelsen & Marshall 1956. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Atlantic. Habitat: marine.

festivus, Taeniophorus Bertelsen [E.] & Marshall [N. B.] 1956:6, Figs. 3-4, 8, 9 (B-C) [Dana Report No. 42; ref. 290] Eastern Indian Ocean, 4°02'S, 95°44.5'E, depth about 70 meters (200 meters of wire out). Holotype: ZMUC P2329853. Paratypes: ZMUC P2334349-92 (54). Type catalog: Nielsen 1974:43 [ref. 9588]. •Valid as Eutaeniophorus festivus (Bertelsen & Marshall 1956) -- (Paxton 1973:213 [ref. 7183], Bertelsen in Whitehead et al. 1986:522 [ref. 13676], Bertelsen 1986:406 [ref. 5642], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:994 [ref. 23897], Fricke 1999:142 [ref. 24106], Paxton 1999:2208 [ref. 24788], Nakabo 2000:484 [ref. 25086], Nakabo 2002:484 [ref. 26001], Paxton 2003:1175 [ref. 27040], Mundy 2005:302 [ref. 28379]). •Valid In the family Cetomimidae -- (Johnson et al. 2009:237 [ref. 30005]). Current status: Valid as Eutaeniophorus festivus (Bertelsen & Marshall 1956). Cetomimidae. Distribution: Circumglobal in tropical through warm temperate seas, including Hawaiian Islands, but except eastern Pacific. Habitat: marine.

galathenus, Danacetichthys Paxton [J. R.] 1989:169, 1h, 3d, 4d, 20 [Records of the Australian Museum v. 41 (no. 2); ref. 13435] Off New Caledonia, 22°43'S, 166°06'E, depth 0 to about 1330 meters. Holotype: ZMUC P2340563. Paratypes: ISH 1944-1971 (1), NSMT-P 60002 (1), SIO 70-327 (1), USNM 200525 (1), ZMUC P2340564 (1). •Possibly a synonym of Cetomimus craneae Herry 1952 -- (Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040]). •Valid as Danacetichthys galathenus Paxton 1989 -- (Paxton 1999:2207 [ref. 24788], Nakabo 2000:483 [ref. 25086], Nakabo 2002:483 [ref. 26001], Fricke et al. 2011:372 [ref. 31242], Paxton et al. 2016:2181 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Valid as Danacetichthys galathenus Paxton 1989. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Cosmopolitan (few records). Habitat: marine.

gillii, Cetomimus Goode [G. B.] & Bean [T. H.] 1895:452, Pl. 17 (fig. 2) [Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 17 (no. 1012); ref. 5767] East of New Jersey, U.S.A., 39°35'00"N, 71°24'30"W, Albatross station 2206, depth 1043 fathoms. Holotype (unique): USNM 35529. Also appeared as new in Goode & Bean 1896:69 [ref. 1848]. •Valid as Cetomimus gillii Goode & Bean 1895 -- (Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Pequeño 1989:39 [ref. 14125], Tolley et al. 1989:672 [ref. 21450], Paxton & Blake 1990:607 [ref. 17208], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:986 [ref. 23897], Paxton 1999:2207 [ref. 24788], Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040], Moore et al. 2003:219 [ref. 27076], Paxton et al. 2016:2179 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Valid as Cetomimus gillii Goode & Bean 1895. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Cosmopolitan. Habitat: marine.

grahami, Gyrinomimus Richardson [L. R.] & Garrick [J. A. F.] 1964:523, Fig. 1 [Copeia 1964 (no. 3); ref. 3327] South of Cape Palliser, New Zealand, 42°07'S, 174°57'E, depth 1300 fathoms. Holotype (unique): NMNZ P.3744. Type catalog: Hardy 1990:9 [ref. 18942]. •Valid as Gyrinomimus grahami Richardson & Garrick 1964 -- (Fedorov & Balushkin 1983:744 [ref. 8351], Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Pequeño 1989:39 [ref. 14125], Paulin et al. 1989:158 [ref. 24556], Paxton & Gon 1990:223 [ref. 21692], Mincarone et al. 2014:1562 [ref. 33546], Paxton 2015:1000 [ref. 34277]). Current status: Valid as Gyrinomimus grahami Richardson & Garrick 1964. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Cosmopolitan in Southern Hemisphere. Habitat: marine.

gulosus, Parataeniophorus Bertelsen [E.] & Marshall [N. B.] 1956:8, Figs. 5-6, 10 [Dana Report No. 42; ref. 290] About 450 miles northwest of Seychelles, 0°06'S, 49°45.4'E, depth 1400-700 meters. Holotype: BMNH 1957.7.20.1. Paratypes: ZMUC P2334393-413 (30). •Valid as Parataeniophorus gulosus Bertelsen & Marshall 1956 -- (Paxton 1973:213 [ref. 7183], Bertelsen in Whitehead et al. 1986:523 [ref. 13676], Bertelsen 1986:407 [ref. 5642], Bertelsen 1990:610 [ref. 17236], Paxton 2003:1175 [ref. 27040]). •Valid in the family Cetomimidae -- (Johnson et al. 2009:237 [ref. 30005]). •Synonym of Cetostoma regani Zugmayer 1914 -- (Paxton et al. 2016:2180 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Synonym of Cetostoma regani Zugmayer 1914. Cetomimidae. Distribution: North Atlantic and southwestern Indian Ocean [if valid]. Habitat: marine.

hempeli, Cetomimus Maul [G. E.] 1969:3, Fig. 1 [Bocagiana. Museu Municipal do Funchal (História Natural) No. 18; ref. 7829] North Atlantic, Meteor seamount cruises, leg 6, voyage 9c, station 1, 27°50'N, 14°01'W, depth 700-1000 meters. Holotype: MMF 22568. Paratypes: MMF 10474 (1). •Valid as Cetomimus hempeli Maul 1969 -- (Paxton 1973:214 [ref. 7183], Paxton in Whitehead et al. 1986:524 [ref. 13676], Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Tolley et al. 1989:673 [ref. 21450], Paxton & Blake 1990:607 [ref. 17208], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:987 [ref. 23897], Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040], Paxton et al. 2016:2179 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Valid as Cetomimus hempeli Maul 1969. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Western and eastern Atlantic, Pacific. Habitat: marine.

henactis, Ataxolepis Goodyear [R. H.] 1970:17, Fig. 1 [Steenstrupia v. 1 (no. 3); ref. 19473] Gulf of Panama, 7°06'N, 79°55'W, about 1500 meters (3000 meters wire out). Holotype: ZMUC P2329861. Type catalog: Nielsen 1974:29 [ref. 9588]. •Valid as Ataxolepis henactis Goodyear 1870 -- (Swinney 1991:843 [ref. 36246]). Current status: Valid as Ataxolepis henactis Goodyear 1970. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific. Habitat: marine.

indagator, Cetomimus Rofen [R. R.] 1959:255, Pl. 1 (fig. 1) [Galathea Report v. 1; ref. 12018] Indian Ocean off east coast of South Africa, 32°33'S, 32°01'E, 7000 meters wire out, bottom depth of over 3620 meters. Holotype (unique): ZMUC P23451. Type catalog: Nielsen 1974:44 [ref. 9588]. •Valid as Cetomimus indagator Rofen 1959 -- (Paxton & Bray 1986:433 [ref. 5703]). •Valid as Cetichthys indagator (Rofen 1959) -- (Paxton 1989:156 [ref. 13435], Nakabo 2000:482 [ref. 25086], Nakabo 2002:482 [ref. 26001], Viera et al. 2012:[1] [ref. 32078]). Current status: Valid as Cetichthys indagator (Rofen 1959). Cetomimidae. Distribution: Southern Hemisphere. Habitat: marine.

kerdops, Cetomimus Parr [A. E.] 1934:25, Fig. 6 [Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection Yale University v. 4 (art. 6); ref. 3375] Off New Providence Island, Bahamas, 25°39'N, 77°18'W, Atlantic station 1478, depth 1050-1100 meters. Holotype: YPM 3204. Type catalog: Moore & Boardman 1991:9 [ref. 16741]. •Valid as Cetomimus kerdops Parr 1934 -- (Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040]). Current status: Valid as Cetomimus kerdops Parr 1934. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Bahamas. Habitat: marine.

kreffti, Procetichthys Paxton [J. R.] 1989:153, Figs. 1e, 2a, 3a, 4a, 6b, 10 [Records of the Australian Museum v. 41 (no. 2); ref. 13435] Southeastern Atlantic, 37°08'S, 5°23'E, depth 0-2200 meters. Holotype (unique): ISH 1188-1971. •Synonym of Mirapinna esau Bertelsen & Marshall 1956 -- (Johnson et al. 2009:238 [ref. 30005], Paxton et al. 2016:2174 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Synonym of Mirapinna esau Bertelsen & Marshall 1956. Cetomimidae. Distribution: South Atlantic [if valid]. Habitat: marine.

myersi, Gyrinomimus Parr [A. E.] 1934:29, Fig. 8 [Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection Yale University v. 4 (art. 6); ref. 3375] Tongue of the Ocean, Bahamas, 23°39'N, 76°41'W, 7000 feet wire out. Holotype (unique): YPM 2111. Type catalog: Moore & Boardman 1991:9 [ref. 16741]. •Valid as Gyrinomimus myersi Parr 1934 -- (Fedorov & Balushkin 1983:744 [ref. 8351], Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:991 [ref. 23897], Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040], Moore et al. 2003:219 [ref. 27076], Møller et al. 2010:49 [ref. 31169], Mincarone et al. 2014:1562 [ref. 33546], Paxton et al. 2016:2181 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Valid as Gyrinomimus myersi Parr 1934. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Circumglobal. Habitat: marine.

notius, Gyrinomimus Fedorov [V. V.] & Balushkin [A. V.] 1983:739, Fig. 1 [Zoologicheskii Zhurnal v. 62 (no. 5); ref. 8351] Ross Sea, Antarctic Ocean, 72°26'S, 175°10.8'E, depth 445-470 meters. Holotype: ZIN 46010. •Synonym of Gyrinomimus grahami Richardson & Garrick 1964 -- (Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], Paxton & Gon 1990:223 [ref. 21692]). Current status: Synonym of Gyrinomimus grahami Richardson & Garrick 1964. Cetomimidae. Habitat: marine.

parini, Cetichthys Paxton [J. R.] 1989:163, Figs. 1g, 2b, 3b, 4c, 18 [Records of the Australian Museum v. 41 (no. 2); ref. 13435] Southeast of Kuril-Kamchatka Trench, 45°24'N, 154°11'E, depth 0 to about 4680 meters. Holotype: SIO H53-344. Paratypes: AMS I.27258-001 [ex ZIN 47875] (1, c&s), NSMT-P 60001 (1), OSUO 2552-53 (2), SIO 87-9 (1), ZIN 47876-77 (1, 1). •Valid as Cetichthys parini Paxton 1989 -- (Nakabo 2000:482 [ref. 25086], Sheiko & Fedorov 2000:25 [ref. 25650], Nakabo 2002:482 [ref. 26001], Vieira et al. 2012:[1] [ref. 32078], Parin et al. 2014:200 [ref. 33547]). Current status: Valid as Cetichthys parini Paxton 1989. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Cosmopolitan, few localities. Habitat: marine.

parri, Cetomimoides Koefoed [E.] 1955:3, Pl. 2 (fig. A) [Scientific Results of the Michael Sars North Atlantic Deep-Sea Expedition 1910 v. 4 (pt 2, no. 4); ref. 5621] North Atlantic, 31°20'N, 35°07'W, station 51, 4000 meters of wire out. Holotype (unique): ZMUB 6035. Type catalog: Frøiland 1979:147 [ref. 21547]. •Valid as Cetomimoides parri Koefoed 1955 -- (Pequeño 1989:38 [ref. 14125], Paxton 1999:2209 [ref. 24788], Paxton in Randall & Lim 2000:602 [ref. 25122], Paxton & Trnski 2003:1177 [ref. 27021]). •Synonym of Cetostoma regani Zugmayer 1914 -- (Paxton et al. 2016:2180 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Synonym of Cetostoma regani Zugmayer 1914. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Cosmopolitan, few localities [if valid]. Habitat: marine.

parri, Gyrinomimus Bigelow [H. B.] 1961:1, Fig. [Breviora No. 145; ref. 7445] North central Gulf of Mexico, 26°52'N, 89°44'W, depth 1350 fathoms. Holotype (unique): USNM 196180. •Synonym of Gyrinomimus myersi Parr 1934 -- (Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435]). •Valid as Gyrinomimus parri Bigelow 1961 -- (Fedorov & Balushkin 1983:744 [ref. 8351], Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040], Mincarone et al. 2014:1562 [ref. 33546]). Current status: Valid as Gyrinomimus parri Bigelow 1961. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Western Atlantic, western North Pacific and southwestern Pacific. Habitat: marine.

picklei, Pelecinomimus Gilchrist [J. D. F.] 1922:57, Pl. 9 (fig. 1) [Report Fisheries and Marine Biological Survey, Union of South Africa Rep. 2 (art. 3); ref. 1648] Southwest Cape, 33°55'S, 17°06'30"E, South Africa, Pickle station 87, depth 1014 fathoms. Holotype (unique): SAIAB [formerly RUSI] 54. Type information: Winterbottom 1974:9 [ref. 19544]. •Valid as Cetomimus picklei (Gilchrist 1922) -- (Paxton & Bray 1986:434 [ref. 5703], Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435]). Current status: Valid as Cetomimus picklei (Gilchrist 1922). Cetomimidae. Distribution: Southeastern Atlantic. Habitat: marine.

regani, Cetostoma Zugmayer [E.] 1914:4 [Bulletin de l'Institut Océanographique (Monaco) No. 288; ref. 4848] Eastern Atlantic, 30°45'30"N, 25°47'W, station 3215, depth 0-2000 meters. Holotype (unique): MOM 0091-1729. Type catalog: Belloc 1949:10 [ref. 21544]. •Valid as Cetostoma regani Zugmayer 1914 -- (Paxton 1973:214 [ref. 7183], Amaoka in Amaoka et al. 1983:125, 202 [ref. 8379], Amaoka in Masuda et al. 1984:115 [ref. 6441], Paxton in Whitehead et al. 1986:525 [ref. 13676], Paxton 1989:171 [ref. 13435], Tolley et al. 1989:673 [ref. 21450], Paxton & Blake 1990:608 [ref. 17208], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:989 [ref. 23897], Fricke 1999:142 [ref. 24106], Paxton 1999:2207 [ref. 24788], Nakabo 2000:482 [ref. 25086], Paxton in Randall & Lim 2000:602 [ref. 25122], Nakabo 2002:482 [ref. 26001], Mundy 2005:302 [ref. 28379], Fricke et al. 2011:372 [ref. 31242], Paxton et al. 2016:2180 [ref. 34605], Fricke et al. 2018:110 [ref. 35805]). Current status: Valid as Cetostoma regani Zugmayer 1914. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Circumglobal in tropical through (Northern Hemisphere) cold temperate seas: Between 45°N and 10°S (including Hawaiian Islands). Habitat: marine.

savagei, Rhamphocetichthys Paxton [J. R.] 1989:178, Figs. 1i, 2d, 3f, 4g, 28 [Records of the Australian Museum v. 41 (no. 2); ref. 13435] Coral Sea, 12°22'S, 146°29'E, depth 0 to about 1000 meters. Holotype: MCZ 60342. Paratypes: AMS I.26872-001 [ex LACM 30042-11] (1, c&s), LACM 30034-11 (1). Additional material: ISH 2297-1971 (1). •Valid as Rhamphocetichthys savagei Paxton 1989 -- (Paxton 1999:2207 [ref. 24788], Paxton et al. 2006:755 [ref. 28994], Hartel et al. 2008:328 [ref. 29890] as cf. sauvagei, Paxton et al. 2016:2182 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Valid as Rhamphocetichthys savagei Paxton 1989. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Atlantic (1 record) and Pacific. Habitat: marine.

simplex, Gyrinomimus Parr [A. E.] 1946:117, Pl. 1 [Copeia 1946 (no. 3); ref. 13131] Northwestern Gulf of Mexico, 26°00'N, 93°32'W, depth about 1200 meters, Atlantis station 2853, over bottom depth of 1525-1430 fathoms. Holotype: YPM 1218. Type catalog: Moore & Boardman 1991:9 [ref. 16741]. •Valid as Gyrinomimus simplex Parr 1946 -- (Fedorov & Balushkin 1983:744 [ref. 8351], Paxton et al. 1989:384 [ref. 12442], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:992 [ref. 23897]). •Synonym of Gyrinomimus myersi Parr 1934 -- (Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040], Paxton et al. 2006:754 [ref. 28994]). Current status: Synonym of Gyrinomimus myersi Parr 1934. Cetomimidae. Habitat: marine.

storeri, Cetomimus Goode [G. B.] & Bean [T. H.] 1895:453, Pl. 17 (fig. 3) [Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 17 (no. 1012); ref. 5767] East of New Jersey,U.S.A., western North Atlantic, 39°03'15"N, 70°50'45"W, Albatross station 2222, depth 1535 fathoms. Holotype (unique): USNM 35634 (apparently lost). Also appeared as new in Goode & Bean 1896:69 [ref. 1848]. •Possibly a synonym of Cetomimus craneae Herry 1952 -- (Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040]). •Valid as Ditropichthys storeri (Goode & Bean 1895) -- (Paxton 1989:156 [ref. 13435], Tolley et al. 1989:673 [ref. 21450], Pequeño 1989:39 [ref. 14125], Paxton & Blake 1990:608 [ref. 17208], Shinohara et al. 1996:174 [ref. 26605], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:990 [ref. 23897], Fricke 1999:142 [ref. 24106], Paxton 1999:2207 [ref. 24788], Nakabo 2000:483 [ref. 25086], Paxton in Randall & Lim 2000:602 [ref. 25122], Sheiko & Fedorov 2000:25 [ref. 25650], Nakabo 2002:483 [ref. 26001], Moore et al. 2003:219 [ref. 27076], Mundy 2005:302 [ref. 28379], Parin et al. 2014:201 [ref. 33547], Paxton 2015:999 [ref. 34277], Paxton et al. 2016:2181 [ref. 34605]). Current status: Valid as Ditropichthys storeri (Goode & Bean 1895). Cetomimidae. Distribution: Circumglobal in tropical through cold temperate seas (including Hawaiian Islands). Habitat: marine.

teevani, Cetomimus Harry [R. R.] 1952:61, Fig. 3 [Zoologica, Scientific Contributions of the New York Zoological Society v. 37 (pt 1, no. 5); ref. 2044] South of Nonsuch Island, Bermuda, depth 700 fathoms. Holotype (unique): CAS-SU 17101 [ex NYZS 19519]. Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:21 [ref. 12291], Mead 1958:132 [ref. 20648]. •Valid as Cetomimus teevani Harry 1952 -- (Paxton 1989:137 [ref. 13435], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:989 [ref. 23897], Paxton 2003:1173 [ref. 27040]). Current status: Valid as Cetomimus teevani Harry 1952. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Western Atlantic. Habitat: marine.

teevani, Megalomycter Myers [G. S.] & Freihofer [W. C.] 1966:195, Figs. 1, 5a, 5b [Stanford Ichthyological Bulletin v. 8 (no. 3); ref. 3088] About 9 miles southeast of Nonsuch Island, Bermuda, 32°12'N, 64°36'S, depth 900 fathoms. Holotype (unique): CAS-SU 63240 (c&s). •Valid as Megalomycter teevani Myers & Freihofer 1966 -- (Paxton & Trnski 2003:1177 [ref. 27021]). Current status: Valid as Megalomycter teevani Myers & Freihofer 1966. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Western Atlantic. Habitat: marine.

trunovi, Notocetichthys Balushkin [A. V.], Fedorov [V. V.] & Paxton [J. R.] 1989:156 [153], Figs. 1-2 [Voprosy Ikhtiologii v. 29 (no. 4); ref. 12557] Lazarev Sea, Antarctic Ocean, 65°20'S, 2°34'E, depth 1310-1360 meters over 1370-1400 meters. Holotype: ZIN 47696. Paratypes: ZIN 47697 (1). On p. 153 of English translation. •Valid as Notocetichthys trunovi Balushkin, Fedorov & Paxton 1989 -- (Paxton 1989:166 [ref. 13435], Paxton & Gon 1990:222 [ref. 21692]). Current status: Valid as Notocetichthys trunovi Balushkin, Fedorov & Paxton 1989. Cetomimidae. Distribution: Antarctica. Habitat: marine.