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soldatovi, Gobio gobio var. Berg [L. S.] 1914:461, Fig. 63 [ ref. 274] Amur River at Chepchiki channel. Lectotype: ZIN 16226. Original not seen. Lectotype established in Berg 1949:650 [ref. 20661]. See Kottelat 2006:33 [ref. 28831] for remarks on systematics. •Synonym of Gobio gobio (Linnaeus 1758) -- (Berg 1949:650 [ref. 20661], Lu et al. 1977:494 [ref. 2850]). •Valid as Gobio soldatovi Berg 1914 -- (Zhu 1995:77 [ref. 25213], Bogutskaya & Naseka 1996:35 [ref. 22798], Naseka 1996:159 [ref. 22943], Reshetnikov et al. 1997:737 [ref. 24702], Naseka 1998:82 [ref. 23590], Yue in Chen et al. 1998:288 [ref. 23878], Pietsch et al. 2001:139 [ref. 25688], Bogutskaya et al. 2001:44 [ref. 26178], Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:65 [ref. 28183], Kottelat 2006:33 [ref. 28831], Ocock et al. 2006:36 [ref. 28933], Bogutskaya et al. 2008:324 [ref. 30085], Parin et al. 2014:78 [ref. 33547], Mousavi-Sabet et al. 2016:78 [ref. 34453], Zhang et al. 2016:72 [ref. 34477], Dyldin & Orlov 2016:660 [ref. 34853], Dyldin et al. 2020:111 [ref. 37569], Dyldin & Orlov 2021:65 [ref. 38158]). Current status: Valid as Gobio soldatovi Berg 1914. Gobionidae. Distribution: East Asia: Mongolia, Russia, China, including Sakhalin Island (Russia). Habitat: freshwater.