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Species in the family or subfamily Umbridae: [ 20 ] records


admirabilis, Dallia Chereshnev [I. A.] in Chereshnev & Balushkin 1980:801, Fig. [Voprosy Ikhtiologii v. 20 (no. 6) (art. 125); ref. 8729] Amguema River basin, middle reach, lake on right bank 500 meters east of Egvekinot-Iul'tin tract, Chukotka, Russia. Holotype: ZIN 45336 [wrongly 45335 in English translation]. •Valid as Dallia admirabilis Chereshnev 1980 -- (Chereshnev 1996:601 [ref. 24659], Reshetnikov et al. 1997:733 [ref. 24702], Reshetnikov 1998:53 [ref. 23570], Crossman & Ráb 2001:860 [ref. 25475], Bogutskaya et al. 2001:45 [ref. 26178], Chereshnev et al. 2001:48 [ref. 26736], Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:125 [ref. 28183]). •Synonym of Dallia pectoralis Bean 1880 -- (Mecklenburg et al. 2002:146 [ref. 25968]). Current status: Valid as Dallia admirabilis Chereshnev 1980. Umbridae. Distribution: Russia. Habitat: freshwater.

atricauda, Hydrargyra DeKay [J. E.] 1842:220 [Zoology of New-York; ref. 1098] Burlington, Lake Champlain, Vermont, U.S.A. No types known. •Synonym of Umbra limi (Kirtland 1840) -- (Smith 1986:245 [ref. 22186], Scott & Crossman 1998:345 [ref. 24570]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra limi (Kirtland 1840). Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

bilineata, Umbra pygmaea Shufeldt [R. W.] 1917:147, Fig. [Aquatic Life v. 2 (no. 11); ref. 20766] Tributary of Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, U.S.A. Syntypes: USNM 16896 (orig. 4, now 3), 60797 (1, not this family), 67455 (2, now 0), 68321 (6), 72442 (larger of 2), Univ. of Chile [ex USNM 67455] (2); not 27481, 35971, or one specimen in 16896. Fowler (1917:94) selected USNM 16896 as type, perhaps not knowing that there was more than one specimen in that lot. Shufeldt listed several USNM lots and it is very confusing which he referred to his new subspecies; technically no lectotype has been named. •Synonym of Umbra pygmaea (DeKay 1842) -- (see Fowler 1917:94 [ref. 24137]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra pygmaea (DeKay 1842). Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

canina, Umbra Károli [J.] 1882:188 [Természetrajzi Füzetek, Budapest v. 5 (no. 2) (for 1881); ref. 18378] Lake Fertö, Pest, Lake Balaton, Komadi, Bodrogköz, Hungary and Vienna, Austria. Name given as Umbra canina (Marsili) in reference to Gobius caninus of Marsili 1726 (Danubius Pannonico-Mysicus, Tom. 4). •Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792 -- (Berg 1948:456 [ref. 12882], Kottelat 1997:96 [ref. 22952]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

catulus, Umbra Walbaum [J. J.] 1792:657 [Petri Artedi sueci genera piscium Part 3; ref. 4572] Not available, name mentioned in account of Umbra krameri. Umbridae.

delicatissima, Dallia Smitt [F. A.] in Nordenskiöld 1881:64 [Vegas färd kring Asien och Europa; ref. 19816] Jinretlen, on Chukotski Peninsula and Port Clarence, Alaska, U.S.A. Syntypes: ?NMW 75344 (1), 78726 (1), 81031 (?), 59288 (?); NRM 9577-78 (12, 2). Also listed as Umbra delicatissima in Smitt 1882:1 [ref. 33976]. •Valid as Dallia delicatissima Smitt 1881 -- (Chereshnev 1996:601 [ref. 24659], Reshetnikov et al. 1997:734 [ref. 24702], Reshetnikov 1998:53 [ref. 23570], Chereshnev et al. 2001:48 [ref. 26736], Crossman & Ráb 2001:860 [ref. 25475], Bogutskaya et al. 2001:45 [ref. 26178], Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:125 [ref. 28183]). •Synonym of Dallia pectoralis Bean 1890 -- (Mecklenburg et al. 2002:146 [ref. 25968]). Current status: Valid as Dallia delicatissima Smitt 1881. Umbridae. Distribution: Russia and Alaska. Habitat: freshwater.

fusca, Hydrargyra Thompson [Z.] 1842:137, Fig. [History of Vermont, natural, civil, and statistical; ref. 17908] Lake Champlain, Vermont, U.S.A. Syntypes: (12) whereabouts unknown. •Synonym of Umbra limi (Kirtland 1840) -- (Smith 1986:245 [ref. 22186], Scott & Crossman 1998:345 [ref. 24570]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra limi (Kirtland 1840). Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

fuscus, Fundulus Ayres [W. O.] 1843:296, Pl. 13 (fig. 2) [Boston Journal of Natural History v. 4 (no. 3) (art. 24); ref. 15929] Connecticut River, Connecticut; Brookhaven, Long Island, New York, U.S.A. No types known. Appeared as name only in Ayres 1842:58 [ref. 15927] and without distinguishing features in Ayres 1842:263 [ref. 15930]. •Synonym of Umbra pygmaea (DeKay 1842) -- (Smith 1986:242 [ref. 22186]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra pygmaea (DeKay 1842). Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

hubbsi, Novumbra Schultz [L. P.] 1929:76, Pls. 1 (fig. 2), 2 [Publications in Fisheries, Seattle, Washington v. 2 (no. 6); ref. 3950] Drainage ditch between Elma and Satsop, western Washington, U.S.A. Holotype: USNM 104494 [ex UW 68]. Paratypes: BMNH 1933.3.27.1-2 (2); FMNH 32776 (1); CAS-SU 24077 (1); UMMZ 87324 (4 or 5), 157218 (1); USNM 89420-21 (1, 1), 92962 (2), 104747 [ex UW 81] (4). Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:16 [ref. 12291], Ibarra & Stewart 1987:61 [ref. 12367]. •Valid as Novumbra hubbsi Schultz 1929 -- (Lee et al. 1980:128 [ref. 22416], Page & Burr 1991:58 [ref. 18983], Kendall & Mearns 1996 [ref. 22272], Fuller et al. 1999:234 [ref. 25838], Trotter et al. 2000:59 [ref. 24774], Crossman & Ráb 2001:860 [ref. 25475], Wydoski & Whitney 2003:108 [ref. 27816], Nelson et al. 2004:84 [ref. 27807], Scharpf 2006:21 [ref. 30386], Page & Burr 2011:375 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:87 [ref. 32708]), Current status: Valid as Novumbra hubbsi Schultz 1929. Umbridae. Distribution: Northwestern U.S.A.: coastal lowlands of Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Habitat: freshwater.

krameri, Umbra Walbaum [J. J.] (ex Kramer) 1792:657 [Petri Artedi sueci genera piscium Part 3; ref. 4572] In ponds near the Danube River, Hungary. No types known. Based on 'Umbra umra' of Kramer 1756:396 [ref. 30180], a pre-Linnaean name. •Valid as Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792 -- (Berg 1948:456 [ref. 12882], Lelek 1987:70 [ref. 22962], Povz 1995:232 [ref. 22142], Kottelat 1997:95 [ref. 22952], Crossman & Ráb 2001:860 [ref. 25475], Velkov et al. 2004:233 [ref. 27901], Vassilev & Pehlivanov 2005:166 [ref. 28369], Kottelat & Freyhof 2007:342 [ref. 29996]). Current status: Valid as Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Umbridae. Distribution: Danube River basin, central and eastern Europe. Habitat: freshwater.

krameri, Umbra Fitzinger [L. J. F. J.] 1832:333 [Beiträge zur Landeskunde Österreichs unter der Enns, Wien v. 1; ref. 5019] Danube River, Europe. Unneeded new name for Cyprinodon umbra of Cuvier 1829. Objectively invalid; preoccupied by and synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. •Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Current status: Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

lacustris, Aphyra Grossinger [J. B.] 1794:195 [Universa historia physica regni Hungariae secundum tria regna naturae digesta; ref. 23027] Not binominal, not available. •In the synonymy of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792 -- (Kottelat 1997:95 [ref. 22952]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Umbridae.

lacustris, Umbra Hankó [B.] 1923:91 [Zoologischer Anzeiger v. 57 (nos 3/4); ref. 20197] Hankó cites Grossinger as author of name, as "Universa Historia Physica Regni Hungarie 1794, t. III. Ichthyolgia, p. 195. (Aphya lacustris)." We are unable to find the Gossinger reference which Berg regards as non-binominal. •Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792 -- (Berg 1948:456 [ref. 12882]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

limi, Hydrargira Kirtland [J. P.] 1840:277, Pl. 2 (fig. 4) [Boston Journal of Natural History v. 3 (nos 1-2) (art. 3); ref. 18403] Bull Creek, an upland tributary to Yellow Creek, upstream of Pine Lake, south of Poland, Mahoning County, Ohio, U.S.A. Neotype: NYSM 56455. Genus misspelled as Hydargira. Neotype designated by Schmidt & Daniels 2006:14 [ref. 28578]. •Valid as Umbra limi (Kirtland 1840) -- (Lee et al. 1980:129 [ref. 22416], Smith 1986:243 [ref. 22186], Robison & Buchanan 1988:138 [ref. 23393], McAllister 1990:69 [ref. 14674], Tomelleri & Eberle 1990:71 [ref. 24089], Page & Burr 1991:59 [ref. 18983], Etnier & Starnes 1993:340 [ref. 22809], Stauffer et al. 1995:233 [ref. 23376], Scott & Crossman 1998:341 [ref. 24570], Fuller et al. 1999:235 [ref. 25838], Lyons et al. 2000:38 [ref. 26594], Crossman & Ráb 2001:860 [ref. 25475], Nelson et al. 2004:84 [ref. 27807], Bailey et al. 2004:140 [ref. 27882], Schmidt & Daniels 2006:13 [ref. 28578], Scharpf 2006:22 [ref. 30386], Page & Burr 2011:376 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:87 [ref. 32708]). Current status: Valid as Umbra limi (Kirtland 1840). Umbridae. Distribution: Eastern North America. Habitat: freshwater.

lineata, Melanura Agassiz [L.] in Gebhard 1854:23 [Annual Report of the Regents of the University of the State of New York, Albany v. 7 (for 18 Jan. 1854); ref. 29722] Oswego, New York, U.S.A. Name only, not available. Name also appeared in DeKay 1855:53 [ref. 27374] as name only with Baird as author and same locality. Umbridae.

lucifuga, Umbra Gronow [L. T.] in Gray 1854:143 [Catalogue of fish collected and described by Laurence Theodore Gronow; ref. 1911] Danube River. Syntypes: BMNH 1853.11.12.98 [Gronovius coll.] (1, skin, poor condition). Type catalog: Wheeler 1958:209 [ref. 13434] but as holotype. •Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792 -- (Wheeler 1958:209 [ref. 13434], Kottelat 1997:95 [ref. 22952]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

pavlovi, Umbra krameri Kux [Z.] & Libosvarsky [J.] 1957:219 [Zoologické Listy v. 6 (20) (no. 3); ref. 12081] Lake Kugurlui, Danube Delta. Syntypes: (31) whereabouts unknown. •Synonym of Umbra karmeri Walbaum 1792, but a valid subspecies as described -- (Lelek 1987:70 [ref. 22962]). •Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792 -- (Kottelat 1997:96 [ref. 22952]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.

pectoralis, Dallia Bean [T. H.] 1880:358 [Proceedings of the United States National Museum v. 2 (no. 100); ref. 222] Saint Michael [Saint Michaels], Saint Michael Island, Alaska, U.S.A., Norton Sound, Bering Sea. Lectotype: USNM 23498 (1 of now 6, ? one with tag). Paralectotypes: (23) Acad. Sci. USSR [ex USNM 23498] (2); BMNH 1881.3.14.261 [ex USNM] (1), ?1883.12.14.155 [ex USNM 6661] (1); USNM 6661 (17), 23498 (5 of 6). Additional specimens: (14). Lectotype established (as figured specimen) in caption to Pl. 99, p. 3254 in Jordan & Evermann 1900 [ref. 2446] if figured specimen is identifiable. See Suttkus & Williams 2008:21 [ref. 30361]. •Valid as Dallia pectoralis Bean 1880 -- (Berg 1948:455 [ref. 12882], Lee et al. 1980:127 [ref. 22416], Page & Burr 1991:59 [ref. 18983], Chereshnev 1996:601 [ref. 24659], Reshetnikov et al. 1997:734 [ref. 24702], Reshetnikov 1998:53 [ref. 23570], Scott & Crossman 1998:338 [ref. 24570], Gudkov 1998:252 [ref. 24675], Fuller et al. 1999:234 [ref. 25838], Chereshnev et al. 2001:49 [ref. 26736], Crossman & Ráb 2001:860 [ref. 25475], Bogutskaya et al. 2001:45 [ref. 26178], Mecklenburg et al. 2002:146 [ref. 25968], Nelson et al. 2004:84 [ref. 27807], Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:125 [ref. 28183], Scharpf 2006:21 [ref. 30386], Page & Burr 2011:376 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:87 [ref. 32708]). Current status: Valid as Dallia pectoralis Bean 1880. Umbridae. Distribution: Northern Hemisphere: boreal. Habitat: freshwater.

pygmaeus, Leuciscus DeKay [J. E.] 1842:214, Pl. 42 (fig. 134) [Zoology of New-York; ref. 1098] Sparkill Creek, near Piermont, Rockland County, New York, U.S.A. Neotype: NYSM 1405. Neotype designated by Schmidt & Daniels 2006:10 [ref. 28578]. •Valid as Umbra pygmaea (DeKay 1842) -- (Lee et al. 1980:130 [ref. 22416], Smith 1986:242 [ref. 22186], Page & Burr 1991:59 [ref. 18983], Jenkins et al. in Jenkins & Burkhead 1994:247 [ref. 21581], Murdy et al. 1997:102 [ref. 23144], Crossman & Ráb 2001:860 [ref. 25475], Nelson et al. 2004:84 [ref. 27807], Schmidt & Daniels 2006:11 [ref. 28578], Scharpf 2006:22 [ref. 30386], Kottelat & Freyhof 2007:344 [ref. 29996], Page & Burr 2011:376 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:87 [ref. 32708], Robins et al. 2018:175 [ref. 35886]). Current status: Valid as Umbra pygmaea (DeKay 1842). Umbridae. Distribution: Eastern U.S.A. from New York to Florida; introduced in Europe. Habitat: freshwater.

umbra, Cyprinodon Cuvier [G.] 1829:281 [Le Règne Animal (Edition 2) v. 2; ref. 995] Lakes of Austria. No types known. •Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792 -- (Berg 1948:456 [ref. 12882], Kottelat 1997:95 [ref. 22952]). Current status: Synonym of Umbra krameri Walbaum 1792. Umbridae. Habitat: freshwater.