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indicus, Aceratias macrorhinus Brauer [A.] 1902:297 [Zoologischer Anzeiger v. 25 (no. 668); ref. 631] East of Seychelles, Indian Ocean, 2°43'S, 61°12'E, Valdivia station 230, depth 1500 meters. Lectotype: ZMB 17715. Paralectotypes: (1, whereabouts unknown) Valdivia station 223 Chagos Archipelago. Lectotype selected by Bertelsen 1981:3 [ref. 19277]. •Valid as Linophryne indica (Brauer 1902) -- (Bertelsen 1981:1 [ref. 19277], Paxton et al. 1989:296 [ref. 12442], Shinohara et al. 1996:173 [ref. 26605], Pietsch 1999:2037 [ref. 24766], Nakabo 2000:471 [ref. 25086], Nakabo 2002:471 [ref. 26001], Mundy 2005:276 [ref. 28379], Castellanos-Galindo et al. 2006:202 [ref. 28944], Paxton & Gates 2006:670 [ref. 29007], Pietsch 2009:489 [ref. 30766], Kawauchi et al. 2014:12 [ref. 33554], Parin et al. 2014:188 [ref. 33547], Ho & Shao 2019:16 [ref. 37146], Carneiro et al. 2019:221 [ref. 37250]). Current status: Valid as Linophryne indica (Brauer 1902). Linophrynidae. Distribution: Indo-Pacific: Seychelles east to Hawaiian Islands and Gulf of Panama, north to Taiwan and southern Japan, south to northern Australia. Habitat: marine.