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amphibeus, Ophiocephalus McClelland [J.] 1845:275 [Calcutta Journal of Natural History v. 5 (no. 18); ref. 2929] [Neotype] Vicinity of Chail River, one of the tributaries of the Teesta at the foot of Bouton mountains, northern Bengal, India. Neotype: ZSI F 11435/1. The original spelling was amphibeus, not amphibius. Neotype designated by Musikasinthorn 2000:33 [ref. 24480]. •Valid as Channa amphibeus (McClelland 1845) -- (Talwar & Jhingran 1991:1015 [ref. 20764] as amphibius, Musikasinthorn 2000:32 [ref. 24480], Menon 1999:272 [ref. 24904] as amphibius, Karmakar 2000:35 [ref. 25662] as amphibius, Courtenay & Williams 2004:43 [ref. 27545], Vishwanath & Geetakumari 2009:98 [ref. 30105], Gurung et al. 2013:4885 [ref. 32969], Lalhlimpuia et al. 2016:349 [ref. 34637], Gurumayum & Tamang 2016:183 [ref. 35232], Dey et al. 2019:502 [ref. 36484], Dey et al. 2019:302 [ref. 36760], Rüber et al. 2019:[3] [ref. 36913], Praveenraj et al. 2020:945 [ref. 38037]). Current status: Valid as Channa amphibeus (McClelland 1845). Channidae. Distribution: South Asia: northeastern India and Bhutan. Habitat: freshwater.


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