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bericoides, Scopelus Borodin [N. A.] 1929:110 [Proceedings of the New England Zoölogical Club v. 10; ref. 15886] North Atlantic, 41°30'N, 45°57'W, depth 800-0 fathoms. Holotype (unique): MCZ 31627. See also Borodin 1930:87 [ref. 16067]. •Valid as Bathylagus bericoides (Borodin 1929) -- (Cohen 1973:155 [ref. 6589], Fujii in Uyeno et al. 1983:131 [ref. 14275], Cohen in Whitehead et al. 1984:392 [ref. 13675], Uyeno in Masuda et al. 1984:41 [ref. 6441], Cohen 1986:216 [ref. 5646], Matarese et al. 1989:56 [ref. 26885], Paxton et al. 1989:168 [ref. 12442], Paulin et al. 1989:83 [ref. 24556], McAllister 1990:71 [ref. 14674], Cohen 1990:239 [ref. 14206], Miya 1994:435 [ref. 21253], Amaoka in Okamura et al. 1995:71 [ref. 22531], Shinohara et al. 1996:160 [ref. 26605], Santos et al. 1997:26 [ref. 23531], Pequeño 1997:80 [ref. 23536], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:370 [ref. 23897], Fricke 1999:86 [ref. 24106], Porteiro et al. 1999:5 [ref. 24203], Figueiredo & Santos in Menezes et al. 2003:43 [ref. 27192] with wrong locality, Mundy 2005:158 [ref. 28379]). •Valid as Melanolagus bericoides (Borodin 1929) -- (Nakabo 2000:286 [ref. 25086], Nakabo 2002:286 [ref. 26001], Carter & Hartel 2003:871 [ref. 27000], Moore et al. 2003:177 [ref. 27076], Love et al. 2005:29 [ref. 37547], Shinohara et al. 2005:402 [ref. 28370], Paxton et al. 2006:376 [ref. 28995], Gomon 2008:201 [ref. 30616], Møller et al. 2010:23 [ref. 31169], Mecklenburg et al. 2011:117 [ref. 31212], Parin et al. 2014:109 [ref. 33547], Gon & Stewart 2015:345 [ref. 34242], Kenaley & Hartel 2016:1758 [ref. 34566], Nión et al. 2016:35 [ref. 35565], Carneiro et al. 2019:84 [ref. 37250], Sutton et al. 2020:31 [ref. 37832], Mincarone et al. 2021:[4] [ref. 38255]). Current status: Valid as Melanolagus bericoides (Borodin 1929). Bathylagidae. Distribution: Circumglobal in tropical to temperate seas; also at Greenland. Habitat: marine.