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Species in the family or subfamily Elassomatidae: [ 8 ] records


alabamae, Elassoma Mayden [R. L.] 1993:2, Fig. 1a-b [Alabama Museum of Natural History Bulletin No. 16; ref. 21162] Moss Spring run into Beaverdam creek, 1.4 mile north of Greenbriar, Tennessee River drainage, Limestone County, Alabama, U.S.A. Holotype: UAIC 10275.01. Paratypes: INHS 28324 (10); SIUC 20342 (10); TU 165003 (10); UAIC 4129.04 (36), 4606.01 (5), 4923.11 (13), USNM 218407 (14 + 3 c&s), 243805 (20); UT 90.92 (5). Additional material: AUM 23966 (13); UAIC 8799.02 (1 + 5 c&s); UT 90.260 (5). Type catalog: Sabaj et al. 1997:285 [ref. 23225], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395]. •Valid as Elassoma alabamae Mayden 1993 -- (Mettee et al. 1996:509 [ref. 25836], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395], Jones & Quattro 1999:470 [ref. 23804], Quattro et al. 2001:514 [ref. 25237], Echelle & Echelle 2002:84 [ref. 27834], Gilbert 2004:1 [ref. 27602], Nelson et al. 2004:151 [ref. 27807], Boschung & Mayden 2004:614 [ref. 27995], Scharpf 2009:2 [ref. 30400], Page & Burr 2011:604 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:155 [ref. 32708]). Current status: Valid as Elassoma alabamae Mayden 1993. Elassomatidae. Distribution: Eastern U.S.A.: endemic to Moss Spring and (historically) adjacent springs in middle Tennessee River drainage, Alabama. Habitat: freshwater.

boehlkei, Elassoma Rohde [F. C.] & Arndt [R. G.] 1987:66, Figs. 1a, 1b [Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 139; ref. 13524] Juniper Creek at State route 1340 bridge, Waccamaw River drainage, Brunswick County, North Carolina, U.S.A. Holotype: ANSP 158481. Paratypes: ANSP 158482 (25); MCZ 59312 (8), 62129 (7, 4 c&s), 62123 (93), 62130 (4); TU 144145 (10); UF 44427 (8); UMMZ 213588 (10); USNM 200628 (18). Type catalog: Bart & Taylor 1993:55 [ref. 20906], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395]. •Valid as Elassoma boehlkei Rohde & Arndt 1987 -- (Page & Burr 1991:257 [ref. 18983], Mayden 1993:10 [ref. 21162], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395], Jones & Quattro 1999:470 [ref. 23804], Quattro et al. 2001:514 [ref. 25237], Gilbert 2004:2 [ref. 27602], Nelson et al. 2004:151 [ref. 27807], Scharpf 2009:2 [ref. 30400], Page & Burr 2011:606 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:155 [ref. 32708]). Current status: Valid as Elassoma boehlkei Rohde & Arndt 1987. Elassomatidae. Distribution: Eastern U.S.A.: Waccamaw and Santee river drainages, North Carolina and South Carolina. Habitat: freshwater.

evergladei, Elassoma Jordan [D. S.] 1884:323 [Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 7 (no. 438); ref. 10450] Lake Jessup, near Sanford, Seminole County and sidewater of Indian River, near Titusville, Brevard County, Florida, U.S.A. Syntypes: USNM 25326 (8) Lake Jessup, USNM 25334 (orig. 3, now 1) Indian R. Type catalog: Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395]. •Valid as Elassoma evergladei Jordan 1884 -- (Lee et al. 1980:584 [ref. 22416], Page & Burr 1991:256 [ref. 18983], Boschung 1992:110 [ref. 23239], Mayden 1993:10 [ref. 21162], Mettee et al. 1996:511 [ref. 25836], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395], Jones & Quattro 1999:470 [ref. 23804], Quattro et al. 2001:514 [ref. 25237], Roe et al. 2002:903 [ref. 26504], Echelle & Echelle 2002:84 [ref. 27834], Gilbert 2004:2 [ref. 27602], Nelson et al. 2004:151 [ref. 27807], Boschung & Mayden 2004:615 [ref. 27995], Scharpf 2009:3 [ref. 30400], Snelson et al. 2010:120 [ref. 30727], Page & Burr 2011:604 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:155 [ref. 32708], Robins et al. 2018:303 [ref. 35886]). Current status: Valid as Elassoma evergladei Jordan 1884. Elassomatidae. Distribution: Southeastern U.S.A. Habitat: freshwater.

gilberti, Elassoma Snelson [F. F., Jr.], Krabbenhoft [T. J.] & Quattro [J. M.] 2009:121, Figs. 1, 2A [Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History v. 48 (no. 4); ref. 30727] Econfina River at highway 27 & 29 bridge, 25.0 road miles northwest of junction with US Highway 98W in Perry, 30°15.09'N, 83°42.06'W, Econfina River drainage, Florida. Holotype: UF 173591. Paratypes: UF 173592 (1, designated allotype), UF 173593 (29), 173594 (15), 173595 (17), 173606 (5). •Valid as Elassoma gilberti Snelson, Krabbenhoft & Quattro 2009 -- (Page et al. 2013:155 [ref. 32708], Robins et al. 2018:305 [ref. 35886]). Current status: Valid as Elassoma gilberti Snelson, Krabbenhoft & Quattro 2009. Elassomatidae. Distribution: Streams in southwestern Gerogia and the northwestern and north-central Florida, U.S.A., draining into the Gulf of Mexico. Habitat: freshwater.

okatie, Elassoma Rohde [F. C.] & Arndt [R. G.] 1987:77, Figs. 3a, 3b [Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 139; ref. 13524] Roadside ditch on U.S. highway. 17, 3.5 kilometers south of Switzerland, Jasper County, South Carolina, U.S.A. Holotype: ANSP 158483. Paratypes: ANSP 150052 (34), 158484 (71), 158485 (22); MCZ 62125 (24), 62129 (4), 64294 (4, c&s); TU 144146 (11); UF 44428 (10); UMMZ 213589 (7); USNM 279323 (32). Type catalog: Bart & Taylor 1993:55 [ref. 20906], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395]. •Valid as Elassoma okatie Rohde & Arndt 1987 -- (Page & Burr 1991:257 [ref. 18983], Mayden 1993:10 [ref. 21162], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395], Jones & Quattro 1999:470 [ref. 23804], Quattro et al. 2001:514 [ref. 25237], Gilbert 2004:2 [ref. 27602], Nelson et al. 2004:151 [ref. 27807], Scharpf 2009:3 [ref. 30400], Page et al. 2013:155 [ref. 32708]). Current status: Valid as Elassoma okatie Rohde & Arndt 1987. Elassomatidae. Distribution: Edisto and Savannah river drainages, South Carolina. Habitat: freshwater.

okefenokee, Elassoma Böhlke [J. E.] 1956:2, Fig. 1A [Notulae Naturae (Philadelphia) No. 294; ref. 12179] Kettle Creek, tributary of Satilla River, near Waycross, Ware County, Georgia, U.S.A. Holotype: ANSP 74640. Paratypes: ANSP 74641-42 (5, 4), 74643 (1, c&s), 74644 (11), 74645 (2, stained). Type catalog: Böhlke 1984:39 [ref. 13621], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395]. See also Boschung 1992:111 [ref. 23239]. Elassoma orlandicum Lönnberg 1894 is a senior synonym of E. okefenokee Böhlke 1956, but it has not been used as a valid name after 1899, so prevailing usage is maintained -- (see Gilbert 2004:2 [ref. 27602]). •Valid as Elassoma okefenokee Böhlke 1956 -- (Lee et al. 1980:585 [ref. 22416], Page & Burr 1991:257 [ref. 18983], Mayden 1993:10 [ref. 21162], Gilbert 1998:254 [ref. 23395], Jones & Quattro 1999:470 [ref. 23804], Quattro et al. 2001:514 [ref. 25237], Echelle & Echelle 2002:84 [ref. 27834], Gilbert 2004:2 [ref. 27602], Nelson et al. 2004:151 [ref. 27807], Scharpf 2009:3 [ref. 30400], Snelson et al. 2010:128 [ref. 30727], Page & Burr 2011:605 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:155 [ref. 32708], Robins et al. 2018:306 [ref. 35886]). Current status: Valid as Elassoma okefenokee Böhlke 1956. Elassomatidae. Distribution: Southeastern U.S.A.: Georgia and Florida. Habitat: freshwater.

orlandicum, Elassoma evergladei Lönnberg [E.] 1894:123 [Öfversigt af Kongliga Vetenskaps-Akademiens förhandlingar, Kungliga Svenska Vetenskapsakademien. v. 51 (no. 3); ref. 23437] Ferncreek [=Fern Creek] and small lakes around Orlando, Orange County, Tohopekaliga and other waters around Kissimmee, Osceola County, and Arcadia, De Soto County, Florida, U.S.A. Lectotype: ZMUU 344a. Paralectotypes: NRM 9170 (3), 14105 (1), 106 (5); ZMUU 344j-s (10, okefenokee), 344b-i (8). Type catalog: Gilbert 1998:254-255 [ref. 23395], Wallin 1996:61 [ref. 32133]. According to Gilbert 2004:2-3 [ref. 27602], the type series contains specimens of okefenokee and evergladei, so lectotype designation was needed to fix this species, but a new related subspecies also is involved. Lectotype selected by Snelson et al. 2010:128 [ref. 30727] on Bailey and Böhlke manuscript. •Available senior synonym of Elassoma okefenokee Böhlke 1956 -- (Gilbert 1998:254-255 [ref. 23395]). •Synonym of Elassoma okefenokee Böhlke 1956 under prevailing usage -- (Gilbert 2004:2 [ref. 27602]). •Synonym of Elassoma evergladei Jordan 1884 after lectotype selection -- (Snelson et al. 2010:139 [ref. 30727]). Current status: Synonym of Elassoma evergladei Jordan 1884. Elassomatidae. Habitat: freshwater.

zonata, Elassoma Jordan [D. S.] 1877:50, Pl. 45 (fig. 73) [Bulletin of the United States National Museum [v. 1] No. 10; ref. 2374] Little Red River, White County, Arkansas, U.S.A. Lectotype: USNM 20496. Paralectotypes: USNM uncat. (1) [Brazos R., Texas]. Type catalog: Gilbert 1998:255 [ref. 23395]. Lectotype designated by Gilbert 2004:3 [ref. 27602]. See also Boschung 1992:111 [ref. 23239]. Species should be zonatum. Mention of "type" in Jordan 1877:Pl. 45 [ref. 2374] not regarded by us as establishing a lectotype. Gilbert 1998:255 [ref. 23395] assumed that Jordan & Evermann restricted the type locality, but that can only be done through lectotype designation. •Valid as Elassoma zonatum Jordan 1877 -- (Lee et al. 1980:586 [ref. 22416], Robison & Buchanan 1988:392 [ref. 23393], Page & Burr 1991:256 [ref. 18983], Boschung 1992:111 [ref. 23239], Etnier & Starnes 1993:396 [ref. 22809], Mayden 1993:1 [ref. 21162], Warren et al. 1994:133 [ref. 25557], Knight & Hastings 1994:150 [ref. 25560], Mettee et al. 1996:513 [ref. 25836], Gilbert 1998:255 [ref. 23395], Jones & Quattro 1999:470 [ref. 23804], Quattro et al. 2001:514 [ref. 25237], Ross et al. 2001:440 [ref. 25978], Gilbert 2004:3 [ref. 27602], Echelle & Echelle 2002:80 [ref. 27834], Nelson et al. 2004:151 [ref. 27807], Miller & Robison 2004:292 [ref. 27931], Boschung & Mayden 2004:617 [ref. 27995], Scharpf 2009:3 [ref. 30400], Page & Burr 2011:604 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:155 [ref. 32708], Robins et al. 2018:308 [ref. 35886]). Current status: Valid as Elassoma zonatum Jordan 1877. Elassomatidae. Distribution: Eastern and central U.S.A.: Lower Roanoke River drainage, North Carolina; south to middle parts of St. Johns River, Florida; west to Brazos River drainage, Texas; and north to lower Wabash River drainage, Indiana and Illinois. Habitat: freshwater.