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maculatus, Lembus Günther [A.] 1859:505 [Catalogue of the fishes in the British Museum v. 1; ref. 1961] Andes of Ecuador [Esmeraldas, Ecuador]. Holotype (unique): BMNH 1860.6.16.131. Syntypes: ?SMNS 761 (1). Type catalog: Fricke 1995:13 [ref. 28100], Fricke 2005:36 [ref. 29864]. Needs research; if the original description was based on one specimen, then the holotype is BMNH 1860.6.16.131. See the account of Eleotris lembus Günther 1861. Fricke regards SMNS 761 as a syntype, but that may be incorrect. •Valid as Phylipnus maculatus (Günther 1859) -- (Ortega & Vari 1986:21 [ref. 9708]). •Valid as Gobiomorus maculatus (Günther 1859) -- (Ovchynnyk 1967:43 [ref. 37559], Bussing 1987:250 [ref. 22927], Espinosa Pérez et al. 1993:73 [ref. 22290], Grove & Lavenberg 1997:550 [ref. 24023], Bussing 1998:422 [ref. 24179], Castro-Aguirre et al. 1999:411 [ref. 24550], Kullander in Reis et al. 2003:660 [ref. 27061], Nelson et al. 2004:169 [ref. 27807], Love et al. 2005:160 [ref. 37547], Miller 2006:393 [ref. 28615], Scharpf 2009:12 [ref. 30400], Minckley & Marsh 2009:278 [ref. 31114], Matamoros et al. 2009:24 [ref. 31241], McCosker & Rosenblatt 2010:194 [ref. 30957], Van Tassell 2011:148 [ref. 31732], Angulo et al. 2013:1007 [ref. 33194], McMahan et al. 2013:453 [ref. 32422], Page et al. 2013:174 [ref. 32708], Barriga Salazar 2014:119 [ref. 35745], Jiménez-Prado et al. 2015:350 [ref. 34894], Galván-Villa et al. 2016:149 [ref. 34871], Walsh & Chakrabarty 2016:515 [ref. 34497], Guimarães-Costa et al. 2017:4 [ref. 35781], Romero-Berny et al. 2018:92 [ref. 35859], González-Murcia et al. 2019:293 [ref. 36544], Angulo et al. 2020:7 [ref. 37425], Parenti 2021:44 [ref. 38603], Meza-Vargas et al. 2022:4 [ref. 39566]). Current status: Valid as Gobiomorus maculatus (Günther 1859). Eleotridae: Eleotrinae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific: southern tip of Baja California Sur (Mexico) south to Peru, including Gulf of California (Mexico), Cocos Island (Costa Rica) and Galapagos Islands (Ecuador). Habitat: freshwater, brackish, marine.


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