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Species related to Stygnobrotula latebricola: [ 2 ] records


latebricola, Stygnobrotula Böhlke [J. E.] 1957:2, Fig. 1 (A-B); Pl. 1 [Notulae Naturae (Philadelphia) No. 295; ref. 597] About 1/4 mile north of eastern end of Green Cay, Bahamas, 25°07'00"N, 77°11'15"W. Holotype (unique): ANSP 74759. Type catalog: Böhlke 1984:135 [ref. 13621]. •Valid as Stygnobrotula latebricola Böhlke 1957 -- (Cohen & Nielsen 1978:51 [ref. 881], Robins & Ray 1986:97 [ref. 23100], Cervigón 1991:176 [ref. 24472], Nielsen & Cohen in Nielsen et al. 1999:111 [ref. 24448], Menezes & Figueiredo in Menezes et al. 2003:60 [ref. 27192], Nielsen 2003:974 [ref. 27009], Nelson et al. 2004:92 [ref. 27807], Dennis et al. 2004:72 [ref. 31601], Garrido-Linares & Acero P. 2006:290, 296 [ref. 28946], Page et al. 2013:96 [ref. 32708], Smith-Vaniz & Jelks 2014:29 [ref. 33341], Møller et al. 2016:Appendix A [ref. 34432] in Bythitidae). Current status: Valid as Stygnobrotula latebricola Böhlke 1957. Bythitidae. Distribution: Western Atlantic. Habitat: marine.

tumidirostris, Eutyx Boeseman [M.] 1960:13, Pl. 2 [Zoologische Mededelingen (Leiden) v. 37 (no. 2); ref. 11893] Northern part of St. Michiel Bay, Curaçao. Holotype (unique): RMNH 23246 or 12560. In the title of the article the species was spelled tumidifrons, but it appeared as tumidirostris in the text and caption to Pl. 2; first reviser not researched, tumidirostris was selected by Eschmeyer 1998:1711 [ref. 23416]. •Synonym of Stygnobrotula latebricola Böhlke 1957 -- (Cohen & Nielsen 1978:51 [ref. 881], Nielsen & Cohen in Nielsen et al. 1999:111 [ref. 24448]). Current status: Synonym of Stygnobrotula latebricola Böhlke 1957. Bythitidae. Habitat: marine.