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intermedius, Hemirhamphus Cantor [T. E.] 1842:485 [Annals and Magazine of Natural History (New Series) v. 9 (nos 58, 59, 60); ref. 17344] Chusan Island, China. Lectotype: BMNH 1860.3.19.124. Paralectotypes: BMNH 1860.3.19.125 (5). Original genus is correctly Hemiramphus. Lectotype selected by Parin et al. 1980:50 [ref. 6895]. •Valid as Hemirhamphus intermedius Cantor 1842 -- (Cheng & Zhou 1997:225 [ref. 26385]). •Valid as Hyporhamphus intermedius (Cantor 1842) -- (Parin et al. 1980:50 [ref. 6895], Yoshino in Masuda et al. 1984:79 [ref. 6441], Collette & Su 1986:261 [ref. 5998], Kawanabe & Mizuno 1989:424 [ref. 25598], Wu & Zhong in Pan et al. 1991:336 [ref. 23876], Yang & Chen 1995:108 [ref. 23555], Zhu 1995:163 [ref. 25213], Kim 1997:382 [ref. 24032], Nakabo 2000:550 [ref. 25086], Kim & Park 2002:304 [ref. 25913], Nakabo 2002:550 [ref. 26001], Choi et al. 2003:224, 549 [ref. 26218], Collette 2004:8 [ref. 27583], Zhang et al. 2016:191 [ref. 34477], Zhang et al. 2019:516 [ref. 36699], Sonoyama et al. 2020:39 [ref. 37637]). Current status: Valid as Hyporhamphus intermedius (Cantor 1842). Hemiramphidae. Distribution: Northwestern Pacific: southern China to Korea and Japan; also in lakes and rivers in China and Japan. Habitat: freshwater, brackish, marine.