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Species related to Chaunax pictus: [ 2 ] records


nuttingii, Chaunax Garman [S.] 1896:86, Pl. 3 (fig. 2) [Bulletin of the Laboratory of Natural Science University of Iowa v. 4; ref. 14605] Nearly 8 miles south of Sand Key Light, Bahamas, depth 120 fathoms. Type lost. •Valid as Chaunax nuttingii Garman 1896 -- (Le Danois 1979:26 [ref. 6972]). •Synonym of Chaunax pictus Lowe 1846 -- (Monod 1973:665 [ref. 7193], Caruso 1989:161 [ref. 9287], Pietsch 1990:489 [ref. 15577]). Current status: Synonym of Chaunax pictus Lowe 1846. Chaunacidae. Habitat: marine.

pictus, Chaunax Lowe [R. T.] 1846:81 [Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1846 (pt 14); ref. 2834] Picos, 5-6 miles west of Funchal, Madeira. Holotype: BMNH 1857.6.13.183 (stuffed). •Mention -- (Lindberg et al. 1997:228 [ref. 23547]). •Valid as Chaunax pictus Lowe 1846 -- (Monod 1973:665 [ref. 7193], Le Danois 1979:29 [ref. 6972], Uyeno & Aizawa in Uyeno et al. 1983:249 [ref. 14275], Caruso & Pietsch in Whitehead et al. 1986:1369 [ref. 13677], Smith 1986:370 [ref. 5712], Caruso 1989:161 [ref. 9287], Paulin et al. 1989:135 [ref. 24556], Pietsch 1990:489 [ref. 15577], Azevedo & Heemstra 1995:8 [ref. 22269], Santos et al. 1997:63 [ref. 23531], Arruda 1997:126 [ref. 24952], Adam et al. 1998:10 [ref. 23610], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:825 [ref. 23897], Uiblein et al. 1999:63 [ref. 24045], Caruso 2003:1053 [ref. 27013], Caruso et al. 2007:1025 [ref. 29075], Ho & Last 2013:444 [ref. 32892], Bañón et al. 2016:318 [ref. 34397], Caruso 2016:2055 [ref. 34596], Carneiro et al. 2019:214 [ref. 37250]). Current status: Valid as Chaunax pictus Lowe 1846. Chaunacidae. Distribution: Atlantic; records from other oceans may represent different species (Ho & Last 2013:447). Habitat: marine.