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diquis, Cichlasoma Bussing [W. A.] 1974:37, Fig. 2 [Revista de Biología Tropical v. 22 (no. 1); ref. 7493] Tributary of Río Sierpe, 2 kilometers south of Palmar Sur at Interamerican Highway, Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica, elevation 20 meters. Holotype: LACM 33911-1 [ex UCR 114-11]. Paratypes: AMNH 58123 (3); LACM 2713 (11), 2759 (1), 2942 (3), 2954 (2), 2960 (35), 4740 (6), 4770 (7), 4819 (7), 4838 (2), 4864 (2); UCR 40-3 (5), 41-2 (2), 42-8 (5), 101-9 (8), 103-7 (2), 104-16 (19), 110-7 (3), 111-18 (3), 112-18 (21), 114-11 (13), 298-2 (8), 299-3 (8), 300-4 (32), 304-8 (1), 305-2 (1), 306-7 (2), 380-3 (5), 519-1 (37), 756-21 (7); USNM 211339 (10), 211622-23 (10, 10). Type catalog: Angulo et al. 2015:367 [ref. 35212]. •Valid as Cichlasoma diquis Bussing 1974 -- (Bussing 1987:196 [ref. 22927], Conkel 1993:89 [ref. 22949]). •Valid as Astatheros diquis (Bussing 1974) -- (Bussing 1998:327 [ref. 24179]). •Valid as Amphilophus diquis (Bussing 1974) -- (Burgess 2000:54 [ref. 24818], Kullander in Reis et al. 2003:610 [ref. 27061], Angulo et al. 2013:1004 [ref. 33194]). •Valid as Cribroheros diquis (Bussing 1974) -- (Říčan et al. 2016:23 [ref. 34357], Angulo et al. 2020:6 [ref. 37425]). Current status: Valid as Cribroheros diquis (Bussing 1974). Cichlidae: Cichlinae. Distribution: Central America: Pacific slope of Costa Rica. Habitat: freshwater.