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granoei, Cobitis taenia Rendahl [H.] 1935:332, Figs. 5-6 [Memoranda Societatis pro Fauna et Flora Fennica v. 10 (for 3 Mar. 1934); ref. 15674] Irtysh River near Omsk, western Siberia, Russia. Syntypes: MZH (6 or 7), NRM 10654 (2). Burg acts as first responder, selecting sibirica Gladkov over granoei Rendahl. Rendahl 1935:332 [ref. 15674] designates 2 females as holotypes -- one is in Helsinki, but the designation not clear; neither is the holotype. •Synonym of Cobitis taenia Linnaeus 1758, subspecies sibirica Gladkov 1935 -- (Berg 1949:893 [ref. 20661]). •Synonym of Cobitis taenia Linnaeus 1758, subspecies granoei Rendahl 1935 -- (Mitrofanov & Dukravec 1989:65 [ref. 37748]). •Synonym of Cobitis sibirica Gladkov 1935 -- (Kottelat 2012:28 [ref. 32367]). •Synonym of Cobitis melanoleuca Nichols 1925 but a valid subspecies granoei -- (Interesova et al. 2010:281 [ref. 31016]). •Valid as Cobitis granoei Rendahl 1935 -- (Chen 1981:25 [ref. 8242], Wu & Wu 1992:265 [ref. 21205], Zhu 1995:127 [ref. 25213] as granoci, Bogutskaya & Naseka 1996:47 [ref. 22798], Wang et al. 2001:176 [ref. 26566] as granoci, Son & He 2005:238 [ref. 29190], Chen & Chen 2011:150 [ref. 31435], Chen et al. 2013:380 [ref. 32679], Chen & Chen 2013:94 [ref. 32990], Parin et al. 2014:99 [ref. 33547], Chen et al. 2015:14 [ref. 35710], Zhang et al. 2016:151 [ref. 34477], Chen & Chen 2016:390 [ref. 34890], Tan et al. 2019:172 [ref. 36712]). •Synonym of Cobitis melanoleuca Nichols 1925 -- (Vasil'eva 1998:98 [ref. 23591], Sideleva 2001:54 [ref. 26181], Sideleva 2003:11 [ref. 27815], Kottelat 2006:56 [ref. 28831], Ocock et al. 2006:30 [ref. 28933], Prokofiev 2007:118 [ref. 29368], Perdices et al. 2014:35 [ref. 35463]). Current status: Synonym of Cobitis melanoleuca Nichols 1925. Cobitidae. Distribution: North Asia, East Asia: Russia, Mongolia and Qinghai Province, China [if valid]. Habitat: freshwater.


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