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canciloides, Belone Bleeker [P.] 1854:454 [Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch Indië v. 5 (no. 3); ref. 338] Kapuas River, Pontianak, Borneo; Pangaboeang, Lampong, Sumatra, Indonesia. Syntypes: (4) BMNH 1866.5.2.6 (1) no locality (Bleeker coll.), RMNH 6947 (2). Original as canciloïdes. •Synonym of Belone cancila (Hamilton 1822) -- (Mees 1962:20 [ref. 13277]). •Valid as Xenentodon canciloides (Bleeker 1854) -- (Roberts 1989:153 [ref. 6439], Lim et al. 1990:48 [ref. 16753], Kottelat & Lim 1996:244 [ref. 23210], Rainboth 1996:172 [ref. 22772], Ng & Tan 1999:363 [ref. 24159], Kottelat 2001:58 [ref. 25482] as cf. canciloides, Kottelat 2001:144 [ref. 25780], Collette 2003:12 [ref. 27306], Kottelat & Widjanarti 2005:163 [ref. 28284], Kottelat 2013:298 [ref. 32989], Kottelat 2015:47 [ref. 33971], Ng et al. 2019:537 [ref. 36606], Fu et al. 2021:9572 [ref. 39347]). Current status: Valid as Xenentodon canciloides (Bleeker 1854). Belonidae. Distribution: Southeast Asia: Malaya (Malaysia), Sumatra (Indonesia), western Borneo. Introduced in Yunnan/China. Habitat: freshwater.


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