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sulcatus, Glyptosternon McClelland [J.] 1842:587, Pl. 6 (figs. 1-3) [Calcutta Journal of Natural History v. 2 (no. 8); ref. 2926] Kasyah [Khasi] Hills, Meghalaya, India. Holotype (unique): BMNH 2005.5.17.5. Type catalog: Ferraris 2007:400 [ref. 29155]. Authorship from p. 574. •Valid as Pseudecheneis sulcatus (McClelland 1842) -- (Shrestha 1978:39 [ref. 15970], Burgess 1989:133 [ref. 12860], Ataur Rahman 1989:215 [ref. 24860], Talwar & Jhingran 1991:679 [ref. 20764], Wu & Wu 1992:534 [ref. 21205], Sen 1995:577 [ref. 23778], Zhang et al. 1995:131 [ref. 22734], Zhu 1995:154 [ref. 25213], Yang in Chen 1998:301 [ref. 23556], Roberts 1998:290 [ref. 23905], Chu in Chu et al. 1999:153 [ref. 24534], Kundu 2000:96 [ref. 25663], Karmakar 2000:34 [ref. 25662], Zhang et al. 2016:178 [ref. 34477]). •Valid as Pseudecheneis sulcata (McClelland 1842) -- (Kottelat 1998:108 [ref. 23436], Kullander et al. 1999:152 [ref. 23689], Menon 1999:253 [ref. 24904], Ataur Rahman 2003:237 [ref. 31338], Ng & Edds 2005:1 [ref. 28344], Zhou & Zhou 2005:418 [ref. 28435], Ng 2006:46, 47 [ref. 28737], Ng 2006:67 [ref. 28759], Jayaram 2006:275 [ref. 28762], Thomson & Page 2006:61 [ref. 28859], Ng & Tan 2007:25 [ref. 28971], Vishwanath & Darshan 2007:2630 [ref. 28988], Chen et al. 2006:308 [ref. 29062], Ferraris 2007:400 [ref. 29155] with author as M'Clelland, Shrestha 2008:191 [ref. 29923], Zhou et al. 2008:120 [ref. 29742], Anganthoibi & Vishwanath 2010:199 [ref. 31042], Gurung et al. 2013:4884 [ref. 32969], Shangningam & Kosygin 2020:110 [ref. 37687], Fuke et al. 2021:[3] [ref. 38221]). Current status: Valid as Pseudecheneis sulcata (McClelland 1842). Sisoridae: Glyptosterninae. Distribution: South Asia: Mekong, Salween, Brahmaputra and Irrawaddy rivers (India, Myanmar, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet and Bangladesh). Habitat: freshwater.