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assamensis, Badis badis Ahl [E.] 1937:118 [Zoologischer Anzeiger v. 117 (nos 5/6); ref. 15261] Rivulet falling in the Dibru River, 3 kilometers north of Digholtarang, about 100 kilometers southeastern of Dubrugarh (Brahmaputra River drainage), Assam, India, 27°37'42"N, 95°23'25"E. Neotype: NRM 40309. Types mentioned: Paepke 1995:95 [ref. 21847]. Neotype designated by Kullander & Britz 2002:334, 337 [ref. 26542]. •Synonym of Badis badis (Hamilton 1822) -- (Talwar & Jhingran 1991:882 [ref. 20764] as assamenis, Menon 1999:290 [ref. 24904]). •Valid as Badis assamensis Ahl 1937 -- (Kullander & Britz 2002:334 [ref. 26542], Geetakumari & Vishwanath 2010:646 [ref. 30699], Schindler & Linke 2010:212 [ref. 31069], Geetakumari & Kadu 2011:2085 [ref. 31540], Khynriam & Sen 2013:69 [ref. 32119], Basumatary et al. 2016:152 [ref. 34778], Lalramliana et al. 2021:12 [ref. 38526]). Current status: Valid as Badis assamensis Ahl 1937. Badidae. Distribution: Upper Brahmaputra River drainage, Assam, India. Habitat: freshwater.


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