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rosae, Typhlichthys Eigenmann [C. H.] 1898:227 [Science (new series) v. 7 (no. 164); ref. 21218] Subterranean streams, Sarcoxie, Jasper County, Missouri, U.S.A. Syntypes: (2) ex MCZ 27585 (orig. 13, now 11, all nontypes); syntypes destroyed. See Poly & Proudlove 2004:2 [ref. 27586] for a discussion of the publication of this name and for information on type specimens. On page 3 of separate. •Valid as Amblyopsis rosae (Eigenmann 1898) -- (Lee et al. 1980:478 [ref. 22416], Robison & Buchanan 1988:318 [ref. 23393], Page & Burr 1991:214 [ref. 18983], Romero 1998:434 [ref. 26048], Romero & Paulson 2001:30 [ref. 26040], Poly & Proudlove 2004:2 [ref. 27586], Nelson et al. 2004:90 [ref. 27807], Miller & Robison 2004:262 [ref. 27931], Proudlove 2006:163 [ref. 28992], Scharpf 2006:35 [ref. 30386], Page et al. 2013:91 [ref. 32708]). •Valid as Troglichthys rosae (Eigenmann 1898) -- (Page & Burr 2011:420 [ref. 31215], Chakrabarty et al. 2014:42 [ref. 33338], Armbruster et al. 2016:775 [ref. 34835], Hart et al. 2020:938 [ref. 38604]). Current status: Valid as Troglichthys rosae (Eigenmann 1898). Amblyopsidae. Distribution: North America: Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas, and possibly also Kansas, U.S.A. (in caves). Habitat: freshwater.