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Species in the genus Jenynsia: [ 20 ] records


alternimaculata, Fitzroyia lineata Fowler [H. W.] 1940:57, Figs. 12-13 [Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia v. 92; ref. 1436] Monte Bello, Tarija, Bolivia. Holotype: ANSP 68833. Paratypes: ANSP 68834 (1), ANSP 68835-36 (2). Type catalog: Böhlke 1984:116 [ref. 13621]. •Valid as Jenynsia alternimaculata (Fowler 1940) -- (Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995:946 [ref. 21893], Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996:8 [ref. 22676], Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Ghedotti 2000:38 [ref. 27228], Ghedotti et al. 2001:732 [ref. 25450], Lucinda et al. 2002:38 [ref. 26063], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:583 [ref. 27061], López et al. 2003:71 [ref. 27366], Menni 2004:86 [ref. 28131], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:34 [ref. 28572], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Sarmiento et al. 2014:187 [ref. 35004], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:12 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia alternimaculata (Fowler 1940). Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Upper reaches of Paraná River tributaries: Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay. Habitat: freshwater.

darwini, Jenynsia Amorim [P. F.] 2018:[12], Figs. 3, 4b, 6, 7 [Journal of Fish Biology v. 92 (no. 5); ref. 35838] Garça Lagoon, Município de Quissamã, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, 22°12'38"S; 41°28'51"W. Holotype: UFRJ 11063. Paratypes: CICCAA, UFRJ. •Valid as Jenynsia darwini Amorim 2018 -- (Huber 2019:12 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia darwini Amorim 2018. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Coastal drainages in north-eastern Rio de Janeiro State, between Grussaí Lagoon and Imboassíca Lagoon, Brazil. Habitat: freshwater, brackish.

diphyes, Jenynsia Lucinda [P. H. F.], Ghedotti [M. J.] & da Graça [W. J.] 2006:616, Fig. 2 [Copeia 2006 (no. 4); ref. 28893] Córrego Passo do Aterrado, afluent to Rio Jordão, Reserva do Iguaçu, 25°45'23"S, 52°03'23"W, Rio Iguaçu drainage, Paraná, Brazil. Holotype: MCP 38892. Paratypes: ANSP 182255 (12); MCP 23479 (27); MHNCI 11426 (6); MNRJ 21544 (3), 28721 (25); MZUSP 88324 (26); NUP 606 (32), 607 (14), 610 (5), 2354 (2 c&s), 2373 (2 c&s), 2375 (2 c&s), 2376 (4 c&s); UNT 3325 (16), 3326 (14), 3327 (7), 3328 (6). •Valid as Jenynsia diphyes Lucinda, Ghedotti & da Graça 2006 -- (Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Huber 2019:12 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia diphyes Lucinda, Ghedotti & da Graça 2006. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Iguaçu River drainage, Brazil. Habitat: freshwater.

eigenmanni, Fitzroyia Haseman [J. D.] 1911:385, Pl. 82 [Annals of the Carnegie Museum v. 7 (nos 3-4) (19); ref. 2048] Creek near Serrinha Paraná, Rio Iguassu, Brazil. Holotype: FMNH 69527 [ex CM 2866]. Paratypes: (4) FMNH 69528 (2, mixed with 8 topotypes). Type catalog: Henn 1928:87 [ref. 12305], Ibarra & Stewart 1987:36 [ref. 12367]. •Valid as Jenynsia eigenmanni (Haseman 1911) -- (Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995:946 [ref. 21893], Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996:20 [ref. 22676], Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Ghedotti et al. 2001:732 [ref. 25450], López et al. 2002:59 [ref. 26808], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:583 [ref. 27061], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:34 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:617 [ref. 28893], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Huber 2019:13 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia eigenmanni (Haseman 1911). Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Upper Iguaçu River basin, Brazil. Habitat: freshwater.

eirmostigma, Jenynsia Ghedotti [M. J.] & Weitzman [S. H.] 1995:940, Fig. 1 [Copeia 1995 (no. 4); ref. 21893] Rio Grande do Sul, Rio Manoel Leao, Município de Cambará do Sul, near São José dos Ausentes, Brazil. Holotype: MZUSP 47625. Paratypes: KU 23867 (4); MCP 17425 (2); MZUSP 47626 (1); USNM 300249 (3), 320291-93 (16, 3, 10). •Valid as Jenynsia eirmostigma Ghedotti & Wietzman 1995 -- (Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996:20 [ref. 22676], Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Ghedotti et al. 2001:732 [ref. 25450], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:583 [ref. 27061], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:34 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:616 [ref. 28893], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Bertaco et al. 2016:423 [ref. 34561], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:13 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia eirmostigma Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Upper Uruguay and Jacui River basins, southeastern Brazil. Habitat: freshwater.

heckelii, Xiphophorus Weyenbergh [H.] 1874:292, Pls. 1-2 (= figs. 1-31) [Verslagen en Mededeelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen. Afdeeling Natuurkunde (Ser. 2) v. 8; ref. 17835] La Plata [? probably Río Primero, Cordoba], Argentina. Syntypes: MSNG 33704 (4). Type catalog: Tortonese 1963:314 [ref. 10351]. Species is described in more detail in Weyenbergh 1877:17, Pl. 4 [ref. 14248]. •Species inquirenda in Poeciliidae -- (Lucinda in Reis et al. 2003:575 [ref. 27061]). •Synonym of Jenynsia multidentata (Jenyns 1842) -- (Koerber & Azpelicueta 2009:52 [ref. 30112], Litz & Koerber 2014:32 [ref. 33622], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117]). •Synonym of Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842) -- (Amorim 2018:[11] [ref. 35838], Huber 2019:13 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Synonym of Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842). Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Habitat: freshwater.

lineata, Lebias Jenyns [L.] 1842:116, Pl. 22 (figs. 2, 2a) [The zoology of the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle; ref. 2344] Laguna del Diario, 34°54'S, 55°00'W, in Maldonado, Uruguay. Syntypes: BMNH 1843.2.8.43 (3), BMNH 1917.7.14.20-23 (4). See Calviño 2007:40 [ref. 29380] for information on the type locality. •Valid as Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842) -- (Malabarba 1989:160 [ref. 14217], Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995:17 [ref. 21893] with wrong holotype, Haro et al. 1996:6 [ref. 25004], Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Butí 1998:310 [ref. 25279], Ghedotti et al. 2001:732 [ref. 25450], Lucinda et al. 2002:38 [ref. 26063], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:34 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:619 [ref. 28893], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Litz & Koerber 2014:32 [ref. 33622], Bertaco et al. 2016:423 [ref. 34561], Nión et al. 2016:43 [ref. 35565], Amorim 2018:[10] [ref. 35838], Koerber et al. 2019:10 [ref. 36736], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:13 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842). Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: South America: Paraná River basin and widely distributed in coastal habitats of north Argentina, Uruguay and south Brazil; introduced in Chile (Maipo River area). Habitat: freshwater, brackish.

luxata, Jenynsia Aguilera [G.], Mirande [J. M.], Calviño [P. A.] & Lobo [L. F.] 2013:567, Figs. 1-3 [Neotropical Ichthyology v. 11 (no. 3); ref. 32916] Tucumán, Burruyacu city, a small unnamed stream, río Tajamar basin, 26°30’13.47°S, 64°44’8.75"W, Argentina. Holotype: CI-FML 5464. Paratypes: Al 234 (4); CI-FLM 5465 (2, c&s), 5466 (12, 3 c&s); MACN-Ict 9749 (5) •Valid as Jenynsia luxata Aguilera, Mirande, Calviño & Lobo 2013 -- (Koerber 2014:12 [ref. 33621], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:13 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia luxata Aguilera, Mirande, Calviño & Lobo 2013. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Tajamar River basin, Tucumán, Argentina. Habitat: freshwater.

maculata, Jenynsia Regan [C. T.] 1906:154 [Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Series 7) v. 18 (no. 104); ref. 15710] Cachi, Salta, Argentina, elevation 2300 meters, 25.101S, 66.183W. Lectotype: BMNH 1906.5.31.62. Paralectotypes: BMNH 1906.5.31.63-71 (20). Lectotype selected by Huber 2019:14 [ref. 36941]. •Valid as Jenynsia maculata Regan 1906 -- (Parenti 1981:501 [ref. 7066], Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995:946 [ref. 21893], Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996:20 [ref. 22676], Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Ghedotti et al. 2001:732 [ref. 25450], Lucinda et al. 2002:38 [ref. 26063], López et al. 2002:61 [ref. 26808], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], López et al. 2003:71 [ref. 27366], Menni 2004:86 [ref. 28131], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:30 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:619 [ref. 28893], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:13 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia maculata Regan 1906. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Upper Salado River drainage, Salta, Argentina. Habitat: freshwater.

minor, Xiphophorus Weyenbergh [H.] 1877:20, Pl. 4 (fig. 19) [Actas de la Academia Nacional de Ciencias Exactas, Buenos Aires. v. 3 (no. 1); ref. 14248] Catamarca, Argentina. Syntypes: (several) MACN (not found), also not at MSNG. •Species inquirenda in Poeciliidae -- (Lucinda in Reis et al. 2003:575 [ref. 27061]). •Synonym of Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842) -- (Huber 2019:14 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Synonym of Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842). Poeciliidae: Poeciliinae. Habitat: freshwater.

multidentata, Lebias Jenyns [L.] 1842:117, Pl. 22 (figs. 3, 3a) [The zoology of the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle; ref. 2344] Montevideo, Uruguay. Holotype (unique): BMNH 1917.7.14.24. •Valid as Jenynsia multidentata (Jenyns 1842) -- (Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996:13 [ref. 22676], Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Ghedotti et al. 2001:732 [ref. 25450], Lucinda et al. 2002:38 [ref. 26063], López et al. 2002:64 [ref. 26808], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], López et al. 2003:71 [ref. 27366], Menni 2004:86 [ref. 28131], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:30 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:619 [ref. 28893], Quezada-Romegialli et al. 2009:233 [ref. 31213], Mabragaña et al. 2011:table S2 [ref. 31800], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32816], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Fabiano et al. 2014:8 [ref. 33530], Litz & Koerber 2014:32 [ref. 33622], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117], Bertaco et al. 2016:423 [ref. 34561], Nión et al. 2016:43 [ref. 35565]). •Synonym of Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842) -- (Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995:939 [ref. 21893], Amorim 2018:[11] [ref. 35838], Huber 2019:15 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Synonym of Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842). Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Habitat: freshwater, brackish.

obscurus, Xiphophorus Weyenbergh [H.] 1877:273, 278 [Boletín de la Academia Nacional de Ciencias (Córdoba) v. 2 (no. 3); ref. 30113] Cruz del Eje, Province of Córdoba (30°43'S, 64°48'W), Argentina. Lectotype: MSNG 33705 (male). Paralectotypes: MSNG 54297 [ex MSNG 33705] (1); 54298 [ex MSNG 33705] (1, poor condition, Parodontidae sp.). Type catalog: Tortonese 1963:314 [ref. 10351]. Lectotype selected by Koerber & Azpelicueta 2009:56 [ref. 30112]. Appeared later in Weyenbergh 1877:18, Pl. 4 (figs. 17-18) [ref. 14248] -- see Koerber & Azpelicueta 2011:1 [ref. 31158]. •Species inquirenda in Poeciliidae -- (Lucinda in Reis et al. 2003:575 [ref. 27061]). •Valid as Jenynsia obscura (Weyenbergh 1877) -- (Koerber & Azpelicueta 2009:54 [ref. 30112], Koerber 2011:7 [ref. 31122], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Koerber 2014:12 [ref. 33621], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:15 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia obscura (Weyenbergh 1877). Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Córdoba and Catamarca, Argentina. Habitat: freshwater.

onca, Jenynsia Lucinda [P. H. F.], Reis [R. E.] & Quevedo [R.] 2002:35, Figs. 2-3 [Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters v. 13 (no. 1); ref. 26063] Rio Inhacundá about 500 meters upstream of pottery, 29°32'27"S, 55°07'45"W, São Francisco de Assis, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Holotype: MCP 26478. Paratypes: MCP 23113 (4, 1 c&s), 24488 (2), 24489 (8), 26763 (3), 26831 (1), 27461 (9), 28110 (8), 28111 (4); MZUSP 70015 (4); UFRGS 1566 (7), 1567 (6); USNM 365794 (4). Plus additional non-type material. •Valid as Jenynsia onca Lucinda, Reis & Quevedo 2002 -- (Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:29 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:619 [ref. 28893], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Litz & Koerber 2014:32 [ref. 33622], Bertaco et al. 2016:423 [ref. 34561], Nión et al. 2016:43 [ref. 35565] as onça, Huber 2019:15 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia onca Lucinda, Reis & Quevedo 2002. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Ibicuí River basin in Brazil and Negro River basin in Uruguay. Habitat: freshwater.

punctata, Poecilia Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1846:133 [Histoire naturelle des poissons v. 18; ref. 1011] Montevideo, Uruguay. Holotype (unique): MNHN B-0935. Type catalog: Bertin & Estève 1950:30 [ref. 19576]. •Synonym of Jenynsia multidentata (Jenyns 1842) -- (Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], Litz & Koerber 2014:32 [ref. 33622], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117]). •Synonym of Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842) -- (Amorim 2018:[11] [ref. 35838], Huber 2019:15 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Synonym of Jenynsia lineata (Jenyns 1842). Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Habitat: freshwater.

pygogramma, Jenynsia Boulenger [G. A.] 1902:336 [Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Series 7) v. 9 (no. 53) (art. 56); ref. 14847] Endorheic Rio Cruz del Eje, Province of Córdoba (30°43'S, 64°48'W), La Plata basin, Argentina, elevation 600 meters. Syntypes: BMNH 1902.5.22.72-81 (21). •Valid as Jenynsia pygogramma Boulenger 1902 -- (Parenti 1981:501 [ref. 7066], Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995:945 [ref. 21893], Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996:20 [ref. 22676], Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Ghedotti et al. 2001:731 [ref. 25450], Lucinda et al. 2002:38 [ref. 26063], López et al. 2002:61 [ref. 26808], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], López et al. 2003:71 [ref. 27366], Menni 2004:86 [ref. 28131], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:30 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:619 [ref. 28893]). •Synonym of Jenynsia obscura (Weyenbergh 1877) -- (Koerber & Azpelicueta 2009:54 [ref. 30112], Koerber 2014:12 [ref. 33621], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117], Huber 2019:16 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Synonym of Jenynsia obscura (Weyenbergh 1877). Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Habitat: freshwater.

sanctaecatarinae, Jenynsia Ghedotti [M. J.] & Weitzman [S. H.] 1996:3, Figs. 1, 2A [Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History, The University of Kansas No. 179; ref. 22676] Rio Pique off road between Meleiro and Aranagua, Morro Cortado, Santa Catarina, Brazil. Holotype: MZUSP 26511. Paratypes: MZUSP 50059-60 (3), USNM 300398 (2). •Valid as Jenynsia sanctaecatarinae Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996 -- (Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Ghedotti et al. 2001:732 [ref. 25450], Lucinda et al. 2002:38 [ref. 26063], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], Lucinda et al. 2006:619 [ref. 28893], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Amorim 2018:[6] [ref. 35838], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:16 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia sanctaecatarinae Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Araranguá River basin, Santa Catarina, Brazil. Habitat: freshwater.

sulfurica, Jenynsia Aguilera [G.], Terán [G. E.], Mirande [J. M.], Alonso [F.], Rometsch [S.], Meyer [A.] & Torres-Dowdall [J.] 2019:3, Figs. 1-4 [PLoS ONE v. 14 (no. 7): e0218810; ref. 36817] Laguna La Quinta, thermal system at western flank of the Santa Bárbara hills, Santa Bárbara department, Jujuy Province, northwestern Argentina, 23˚53'3.03"S, 64˚28'2.74"W. Holotype: CI-FML 7286. Paratypes: CI-FML 7287 (19), IBIGEO-I 465 (10). •Valid as Jenynsia sulfurica Aguilera, Terán, Mirande, Alonso, Rometsch, Meyer & Torres-Dowdall 2019 -- (Huber 2019:16 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia sulfurica Aguilera, Terán, Mirande, Alonso, Rometsch, Meyer & Torres-Dowdall 2019. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Laguna La Quinta, Jujuy Province, northwestern Argentina. Habitat: freshwater.

tucumana, Jenynsia Aguilera [G.] & Mirande [J. M.] 2005:33, Figs. 2-3 [Zootaxa No. 1096; ref. 28572] Río Vipos, 26°28'S, 65°20"W, 5 kilometers from Ruta Nacional 9, Departo Trancas, Upper Río Salí basin, Province of Tucumán, northwestern Argentina. Holotype: CI-FML 3828. Paratypes: ANSP 180781 (6), CI-FML 3829 (4), 3840 (2 c&s): AI 163 (6). Plus non-type material. •Valid as Jenynsia tucumana Aguilera & Mirande 2005 -- (Lucinda et al. 2006:619 [ref. 28893], Koerber 2011:7 [ref. 31122], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Koerber 2014:12 [ref. 33621], Mirande & Koerber 2015:53 [ref. 35117], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:16 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia tucumana Aguilera & Mirande 2005. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Upper Salí River basin, northwestern Argentina. Habitat: freshwater.

unitaenia, Jenynsia Ghedotti [M. J.] & Weitzman [S. H.] 1995:943, Fig. 5 [Copeia 1995 (no. 4); ref. 21893] Rio Faxinalzinho at Mae dos Homens near Praia Grande, Município de Praia Grande, Santa Catarina, Brazil. Holotype: MZUSP 47615. Paratypes: KU 23865-66 (10, 15); MCP 17419-25 (10, 17, 17, 33, 32, 26, 10); MZUSP 26510 (4), 47616-24 (9, 10, 10, 19, 18, 33, 34, 33, 24); USNM 300238 (34), 300241 (34), 300243-45 (10, 10, 67), 300250 (10), 300297-99 (15, 18, 26), 326070 (5), 326104 (3). •Valid as Jenynsia unitaenia Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995 -- (Ghedotti & Weitzman 1996:20 [ref. 22676], Ghedotti 1998:579 [ref. 23861], Ghedotti et al. 2001:732 [ref. 25450], Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:34 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:616 [ref. 28893], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Bertaco et al. 2016:423 [ref. 34561], Amorim 2018:[6] [ref. 35838], Aguilera et al. 2019:S1 Appendix [ref. 36817], Huber 2019:16 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia unitaenia Ghedotti & Weitzman 1995. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Coastal rivers of southern Brazil. Habitat: freshwater.

weitzmani, Jenynsia Ghedotti [M. J.], Meisner [A. D.] & Lucinda [P. H. F.] 2001:728, Figs. 1-2 [Copeia 2001 (no. 3); ref. 25450] Tributary of rio Pinheiros near Anitápolis, 7 kilometers from road SC-407, about 27°54'S, 49°07'W, Santa Catarina State, Brazil. Holotype: MCP 25559. Paratypes: MCP 17615 (24, 2 c&s), USNM 361060 (4). •Valid as Jenynsia weitzmani Ghedotti, Meisner & Lucinda 2001 -- (Ghedotti in Reis et al. 2003:584 [ref. 27061], Aguilera & Mirande 2005:29 [ref. 28572], Lucinda et al. 2006:616 [ref. 28893], Aguilera et al. 2013:571 [ref. 32916], Huber 2019:16 [ref. 36941]). Current status: Valid as Jenynsia weitzmani Ghedotti, Meisner & Lucinda 2001. Anablepidae: Anablepinae. Distribution: Tubarão River basin, Brazil. Habitat: freshwater.