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durbini, Brycochandus Eigenmann [C. H.] 1908:106 [Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology v. 52 (no. 6); ref. 1221] Rio Tapajós, Brazil. Syntypes: MCZ 20862 (2). Appeared originally as durbini, but named for Miss Marion Lee Durbin, therefore mandatory correction to durbinae. •In genus Bryconops -- (Machado-Allison et al. 1993:15 [ref. 22035]). •Valid as Bryconops durbinae (Eigenmann 1908) (often as durbini) -- (Machado-Allison & Chernoff 1997:68 [ref. 23462], Buckup in Reis et al. 2003:120 [ref. 27061], Chernoff & Machado-Allison 2005:21 [ref. 28573], Wingert & Malabarba 2011:474 [ref. 31515], Silva-Oliveira et al. 2015:140 [ref. 33906], Silva-Oliveira et al. 2018:380 [ref. 36284], Silva-Oliveira et al. 2019:20 [ref. 36769], Guedes et al. 2019:318 [ref. 37058], Silva-Oliveira et al. 2019:382 [ref. 36876]). Current status: Valid as Bryconops durbinae (Eigenmann 1908). Iguanodectidae. Distribution: Tapajós River basin, Brazil. Habitat: freshwater.


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