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fasciatus, Macrurus Günther [A.] 1878:24 [8] [Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Series 5) v. 2 (nos 7/8/9)(art. 2/22/28); ref. 2010] Southern extremity of South America, Challenger stations 305, 309, and 311, depth 120-245 fathoms. Syntypes: (8) BMNH 1887.12.7.72 (1), 1887.12.7.73 (1), 1898.12.30.1 (1); MNHN 1890-0126 (1). Type catalog: Bailly et al. 1999:229 [ref. 24244]. Original genus should have been Macrourus. On p. 8 of separate. See also Günther 1887:129, Pl. 28 (fig. A) [ref. 2013]. •Valid as Coelorhynchus fasciatus (Günther 1878) -- (Trunov 1986:23 [ref. 24543], Nakamura in Nakamura et al. 1986:128 [ref. 14235], Paulin et al. 1989:127 [ref. 24556], Cousseau & Perrotta 2000:78 [ref. 25942], Iwamoto & Graham 2008:142 [ref. 29641]). •Valid as Caelorinchus fasciatus (Günther 1878) -- (McMillan & Paulin 1993:837 [ref. 21005], Iwamoto & Williams 1999:152 [ref. 23875], Bailly et al. 1999:229 [ref. 24244], Iwamoto & Graham 2001:443 [ref. 25637], Iwamoto et al. 2004:199 [ref. 27643], Bray et al. 2006:586 [ref. 29065], Nión et al. 2016:39 [ref. 35565]). •Valid as Coelorinchus fasciatus (Günther 1878) -- (Iwamoto 1986:334 [ref. 5674], Paxton et al. 1989:325 [ref. 12442], Pequeño 1989:45 [ref. 14125], Arai in Amaoka et al. 1990:174 [ref. 16024], Iwamoto 1990:192 [ref. 21688], Iwamoto in Cohen et al. 1990:156 [ref. 18936], Lloris & Rucabado 1991:77 [ref. 22530], Bianchi & Carpenter in Bianchi et al. 1993:142 [ref. 25472], López et al. 1996:34 [ref. 23681], Iwamoto & McMillan 2008:327 [ref. 30636], Mabragaña et al. 2011:table S2 [ref. 31800], McMillan & Iwamoto 2015:774 [ref. 34263], Fermon et al. 2022:198 [ref. 39448] with question). Current status: Valid as Coelorinchus fasciatus (Günther 1878). Macrouridae. Distribution: Southern Australia and New Zealand and southern Chile, Argentina and Uruguay. Habitat: marine.


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