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filifera, Chalinura Gilbert [C. H.] 1896:458 [United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Report of the Commissioner v. 19 (for 1893) (art. 6); ref. 1628] Off Queen Charlotte Island, British Columbia, Canada, Albatross station 3342, depth 1588 fathoms. Syntypes: (3) USNM 48626 (1, disintegrated). Coryphaenoides is masculine, so correct species spelling is filifer [thread bearing]. •Valid as Coryphaenoides filifer (Gilbert 1896) (often seen as filiferus) -- (Iwamoto & Stein 1974:17 [ref. 7509], Peden et al. 1985:10 [ref. 24081], Matarese et al. 1989:204 [ref. 26885], McAllister 1990:122 [ref. 14674], Iwamoto in Cohen et al. 1990:201 [ref. 18936], Endo et al. 1994:330 [ref. 22169], Nakabo 2000:426 [ref. 25086], Sheiko & Fedorov 2000:23 [ref. 25650], Mecklenburg et al. 2002:279 [ref. 25968], Nakabo 2002:426 [ref. 26001], Love et al. 2005:53 [ref. 37547], Maslenikov et al. 2013:7 [ref. 37947], Parin et al. 2014:166 [ref. 33547], Burton & Lea 2019:49 [ref. 37205], Nakayama 2020:164 [ref. 37888]). Current status: Valid as Coryphaenoides filifer (Gilbert 1896). Macrouridae. Distribution: North Pacific: Hokkaido (Japan) north to southern Bering Sea, then south to southern California (U.S.A.). Habitat: marine.


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