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phutunio, Cyprinus Hamilton [F.] 1822:319, 390 [An account of the fishes found in the river Ganges; ref. 2031] Ponds at Pergunj, northeastern Bengal, India. No types known. Kottelat (2013:141) says specimens from Myanmar are Pethia didi (Kullander & Fang 2003). Information on type locality see Britz 2019:44 [ref. 37532]. Hamilton's original, unpublished illustration reproduced by Britz 2019:Pl. 189 [ref. 37532]. •Valid as Puntius phutunio (Hamilton 1822) -- (Ataur Rahman 1989:130 [ref. 24860], Talwar & Jhingran 1991:278 [ref. 20764], Sen 1995:515 [ref. 23778], Menon 1999:98 [ref. 24904], Menon et al. 2000:264 [ref. 25168], Rafique 2000:324 [ref. 25220], Karmakar 2000:29 [ref. 25662], Arunkumar & Tombe Singh 2003:481 [ref. 26926], Mirza 2003:9 [ref. 27265], Yadav 2003:13 [ref. 27711], Ataur Rahman 2003:148 [ref. 31338], Vishwanath & Laisram 2004:135 [ref. 27863], Kullander & Fang 2005:297 [ref. 28193], Jameela Beevi & Ramachandran 2005:85 [ref. 28531], Kullander 2008:59 [ref. 29716], Shrestha 2008:79 [ref. 29923], Kullander & Britz 2008:61 [ref. 29861], Knight et al. 2012:2414 [ref. 31841]). •Valid as Pethia phutunio (Hamilton 1822) -- (Pethiyagoda et al. 2012:81 [ref. 32071], Knight 2013:182 [ref. 32828], Mayanglambam & Vishwanath 2013:88 [ref. 32976], Lalramliana et al. 2014:373 [ref. 33389], Katwate et al. 2014:5814 [ref. 33390], Katwate et al. 2014:244 [ref. 33433], Katwate et al. 2014:213 [ref. 33571], Katwate et al. 2015:414 [ref. 33839], Katwate et al. 2016:2044 [ref. 34413], Shangningam & Vishwanath 2018:591 [ref. 35803], Bleher 2018:676 [ref. 36647], Ren et al. 2020:[5] [ref. 37805], Shangningam et al. 2020:332 [ref. 37259]). Current status: Valid as Pethia phutunio (Hamilton 1822). Cyprinidae: Smiliogastrinae. Distribution: South Asia: Ganga-Brahmaputra basin (Pakistan, India, Nepal and Bangladesh). Habitat: freshwater.