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Species related to Lupinoblennius vinctus: [ 2 ] records


vinctus, Blennius Poey [F.] 1867:243 [Repertorio Fisico-Natural de la Isla de Cuba v. 2; ref. 14078] Havana, Cuba. Holotype (unique): MCZ 12647. Type catalog: Howell Rivero 1938:217-218 [ref. 22926]. •Valid as Lupinoblennius vinctus (Poey 1867) -- (Bath 1996:91 [ref. 22687], Sazima & Carvalho-Filho 2003:175 [ref. 26880], Williams 2003:1772 [ref. 27109], Smith et al. 2003:56 [ref. 27621], Nelson et al. 2004:167 [ref. 27807], McEachran & Fechhelm 2005:637 [ref. 28815], Patzner et al. 2009:456 [ref. 30396], Matamoros et al. 2009:23 [ref. 31241], Page et al. 2013:168 [ref. 32708], Machado et al. 2017:2394 [ref. 35374]). Current status: Valid as Lupinoblennius vinctus (Poey 1867). Blenniidae: Salariinae. Distribution: Western Atlantic. Habitat: brackish, marine.

dispar, Lupinoblennius Herre [A. W. C. T.] 1942:303 [19] [Stanford University Publications, University Series, Biological Sciences v. 7 (no. 2); ref. 2135] English Harbor, Antigua Island, West Indies. Holotype (unique): CAS-SU 37288. Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:93 [ref. 12291]. On p. 19 of separate. •Valid as Lupinoblennius dispar Herre 1942 -- (Dawson 1970 [ref. 21120], Greenfield & Johnson 1981:70 [ref. 5580], Robins & Ray 1986:228 [ref. 23100], Cervigón 1994:126 [ref. 24488], Greenfield & Thomerson 1997:220 [ref. 22947], Aguilera 1998:52 [ref. 24221] as cf. dispar). •Synonym of Lupinoblennius vinctus (Poey 1867) -- (Bath 1996:91 [ref. 22687], Greenfield & Thomerson 1997:footnote on 221 [ref. 22947], Sazima & Carvalho-Filho 2003:175 [ref. 26880]). Current status: Synonym of Lupinoblennius vinctus (Poey 1867). Blenniidae: Salariinae. Distribution: Western Atlantic. Habitat: brackish, marine.