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baikalensis, Callionymus Pallas [P. S.] 1776:290, 707 [Reise durch verschiedene Provinzen des russischen Reiches; ref. 18509] Lake Baikal, Russia. Neotype: ZIN 16321. Originally as ba├»kalensis. Also described as new in Pallas 1787:258, Pl. 9 (figs. 2-3) [ref. 18506] as baicalensis, and Pallas 1787:349, Pl. 9 (figs. 2-3) [ref. 18507] as baicalensis. Sideleva 2001:58 [ref. 26181] names a neotype [ZIN 16321], but if that is the first time a neotype was named it is unavailable under the Code; same neotype mentioned in Sideleva 2003:171 [ref. 27815]. •Valid as Comephorus baicalensis [sic] (Pallas 1776) -- (Berg 1949:1175 [ref. 20662], Taliev 1955:367 [ref. 4316], Sideleva 1982:29 [ref. 14469], Reshetnikov et al. 1997:759 [ref. 24702], Sideleva 1998:154 [ref. 23595], Yabe & Sideleva 2000:306 [ref. 25698], Bogutskaya et al. 2001:46 [ref. 26178], Fricke 2002:72 [ref. 26547] as baikalensis, Sideleva 2001:60 [ref. 26181], Kontula et al. 2003:149 [ref. 26791] as baicalensis, Sideleva 2003:16, 171 [ref. 27815] as baicalensis, Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:193 [ref. 28183], Goto et al. 2014:[15] [ref. 33456], Dyldin et al. 2020:115 [ref. 37569]). Current status: Valid as Comephorus baikalensis (Pallas 1776). Cottidae. Distribution: North Asia: Lake Baikal (Russia). Habitat: freshwater.