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newnesi, Trematomus Boulenger [G. A.] 1902:177, Pl. 11 [Report on the collections of natural history made in the Antarctic regions Pt 5; ref. 561] Duke of York Island, depth 3-5 fathoms depth, and Cape Adare, depth 4-8 fathoms. Syntypes (47 from Duke of York Island, 23 from Cape Adare): (70) BMNH 1901.11.8.3-6 (4), 1901.11.8.7-8 (2)1901.11.8.9-10 (2), 1901.11.8.13-22 (10), 1901.11.8.23 (1 skeleton), ; IRSNB 16-18 (5, 1, 1); USNM 50563 (5), 50564 (1); ZMB 15767-68 (4, 2), 18954-55 (1, 1). Type catalog: Walschaerts 1987:43 [ref. 20755], Fricke & Paepke 1992:95-96 [ref. 20293]. •Valid as Trematomus newnesi Boulenger 1902 -- (DeWitt et al. 1990:323 [ref. 21696], Miller 1993:192 [ref. 21297], Voskoboinikova & Kellermann 1997:232 [ref. 23329], Olaso et al. 1997:83 [ref. 25009], Ozouf-Costaz et al. 1999:435 [ref. 23957], Eastman & Eakin 2000:16 [ref. 24631], Eastman & Eakin 2021:[3] [ref. 38307]). •Valid as Pseudotrematomus newnesi (Boulenger 1902) -- (Balushkin 2000:S97 [ref. 29555]). Current status: Valid as Trematomus newnesi Boulenger 1902. Nototheniidae: Trematominae. Distribution: Southern Ocean. Habitat: marine.


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