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Species in the family or subfamily Aulostomidae: [ 11 ] records


chinensis, Aulostomus Lacepède [B. G. E.] 1803:356, 357 [Histoire naturelle des poissons (Lacepède) v. 5; ref. 4930] Not available; a new combination for Fistularia chinensis Linnaeus 1766, but above authorship sometimes seen. Aulostomidae.

chinensis, Fistularia Linnaeus [C.] 1766:515 [Systema naturae sive regna tria naturae v. 1 (pt 1); ref. 2786] In India orientali [Indonesia]; China; Brazil [erroneous]. No types known. Neotype designation by Fricke 1999:144 [ref. 24106] is invalid; see Fricke 2000:639 [ref. 24537]. Based on multiple sources, including the 'Solenostomus cauda rotundata integerrima: seta nulla' of Gronow 1763:119 [ref. 1910], which was based on the 'Petiumbaba Brasiliensibus: Tobacco pipe-fish' of Willughby 1686: Pl. P8, fig. 1 [ref. 30164] [Brazil], the 'Acus chinensis maxima, corpore compresso' of Petiver 1702:Pl. 68, fig. 1 [ref. 30233] [China], the 'Peniop Pandjang' and 'Ikan Djoelong Djoelong' of Valentyn 1726:448, 502, figs. 323, 494 [ref. 30358] [Indonesia]. Originally based on more than one species, now restricted to the Indo-Pacific species illustrated by Valentyn. •Valid as Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus 1766) -- (Araga in Masuda et al. 1984:84 [ref. 6441], Heemstra 1986:444 [ref. 5660], Allen & Swainston 1988:44 [ref. 25477], Paxton et al. 1989:404 [ref. 12442], Pequeño 1989:55 [ref. 14125], Paulin et al. 1989:163 [ref. 24556], Winterbottom et al. 1989:18 [ref. 13251], Randall et al. 1990:69 [ref. 15987], Kuiter 1993:79 [ref. 23929], Francis 1993:159 [ref. 25479], Allen & Robertson 1994:96 [ref. 22193], Fritzsche in Fischer et al. 1995:904 [ref. 22829], Randall 1995:97 [ref. 22896], Allen 1997:70 [ref. 23977], Kuiter 1997:68 [ref. 25488], Randall et al. 1997:69 [ref. 25919], Myers 1999:95 [ref. 23965], Fritzsche & Thiesfeld 1999:2277 [ref. 24793], Johnson 1999:726 [ref. 25471], Randall 1999:10 [ref. 25829], Allen 2000:85 [ref. 37268], Nakabo 2000:516 [ref. 25086], Fritzche in Randall & Lim 2000:603 [ref. 25122], Laboute & Grandperrin 2000:151 [ref. 25191], Thomson et al. 2000:61 [ref. 25640], Randall & Earle 2000:10 [ref. 25806], Allen 2000:96 [ref. 25868], Kimura & Peristiwady in Matsuura & Peristiwady 2000:170 [ref. 27511], Bowen et al. 2001:1029 [ref. 25372], Hutchins 2001:26 [ref. 25847], Nakabo 2002:516 [ref. 26001], Allen & Adrim 2003:27 [ref. 26830], Fritzsche 2003:1226 [ref. 27045], Manilo & Bogorodsky 2003:S101 [ref. 27377], Myers & Donaldson 2003:618 [ref. 27495] dated 1758, Kimura et al. in Kimura & Matsuura 2003:35 [ref. 27510], Lobel & Lobel 2004:69 [ref. 27576], Randall et al. 2004:10 [ref. 27624], Nelson et al. 2004:112 [ref. 27807], Heemstra et al. 2004:3318 [ref. 27945], Heemstra & Heemstra 2004:139 [ref. 28072], Love et al. 2005:72 [ref. 37547], Randall 2005:100 [ref. 28239], Mundy 2005:321 [ref. 28379], Paxton et al. 2006:847 [ref. 28995], Randall 2007:163 [ref. 30952], Béarez & Séret 2009:146 [ref. 36646], Kuiter 2009:312 [ref. 30404], Fricke et al. 2009:36 [ref. 30213], Satapoomin 2009:60 [ref. 30463], McCosker & Rosenblatt 2010:191 [ref. 30957], Motomura et al. 2010:88 [ref. 31256], Fricke et al. 2011:376 [ref. 31242], Allen & Erdmann 2012:213 [ref. 31980], Page et al. 2013:115 [ref. 32708], Fricke et al. 2014:48 [ref. 33932], Delrieu-Trottin et al. 2015:5 [ref. 33988], Duffy & Ahyong 2015:111 [ref. 36167], Stewart 2015:1064 [ref. 34254], Fourriére et al. 2016:443 [ref. 34668], Del Moral-Flores et al. 2016:608 [ref. 34923], Koeda et al. 2016:19 [ref. 35333], Koeda et al. 2016:2 [ref. 35354], Fricke et al. 2018:127 [ref. 35805], Golani & Fricke 2018:47 [ref. 36273], Sánchez-Jiménez et al. 2018:6 [ref. 36248], Arndt & Fricke 2019:11 [ref. 36883], Fricke et al. 2019:97 [ref. 36673], Zajonz et al. 2019:67 [ref. 36871], Psomadakis et al. 2020:355 [ref. 37272], Mochizuki et al. 2021:48 [ref. 38974]). Current status: Valid as Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus 1766). Aulostomidae. Distribution: Red Sea; Indo-Pacific: South Africa, East Africa, Socotra and Madagascar east to Clipperton Island and Panama, north to southern Japan and Ogasawara Islands, Hawaiian Islands (U.S.A.)and Johnston Island, south to Western Australia at 31°52'S, Lord Howe Island, Kermadec Islands, Rapa and Easter Island (Chile). Habitat: marine.

cinereus, Aulostoma Poey [F.] 1868:386 [Repertorio Fisico-Natural de la Isla de Cuba v. 2; ref. 3505] Cuba. No types known. •Synonym of Aulostomus maculatus Valenciennes 1841 -- (Wheeler 1955:615 [ref. 12537]). Current status: Synonym of Aulostomus maculatus Valenciennes 1841. Aulostomidae. Habitat: marine.

coloratum, Aulostoma Müller [J.] & Troschel [F. H.] in Schomburgk 1848:673 [17] [The history of Barbados; comprising a geographical description of the island and an account of its geology and natural productions.; ref. 17812] Barbados, West Indies. No types known. Appeared first as above; reprinted in Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 1848:17. •Synonym of Aulostomus maculatus Valenciennes 1841 -- (Wheeler 1955:615 [ref. 12537]). Current status: Synonym of Aulostomus maculatus Valenciennes 1841. Aulostomidae. Habitat: marine.

furcilla, Syngnathus Walbaum [J. J.] (ex Klein) 1792:9 [Petri Artedi sueci genera piscium Part 3; ref. 4572] Ambon Island, Molucca Islands, Indonesia. No types known. Based on Solenostomus quatuor pinnis ..of Klein 1744:26, pl. 4, fig. 4 [ref. 30141], a pre-Linnaean name. •Synonym of Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus 1766). Current status: Synonym of Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus 1766). Aulostomidae. Habitat: marine.

maculatus, Aulostoma Valenciennes [A.] 1841:v. 8, figure caption, Pl. 92 (Fig. 2) [Le règne animal distribué d'après son organisation; ref. 17868] Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Holotype (unique): Not preserved. •Valid as Aulostomus maculatus Valenciennes 1841 -- (Wheeler 1955:614 [ref. 12537], Robins & Ray 1986:121 [ref. 23100], Cervigón 1991:263 [ref. 24472], Boschung 1992:93 [ref. 23239], Cervigón 1992:264 [ref. 23827], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:1040 [ref. 23897], Aguilera 1998:48 [ref. 24221], Smith-Vaniz et al. 1999:193 [ref. 25013], Schmitter-Soto et al. 2000:156 [ref. 27754] dated 1837, Bowen et al. 2001:1029 [ref. 25372], Collette et al. 2003:105 [ref. 26784], Moura & Menezes in Menezes et al. 2003:71 [ref. 27192] dating to 1842, Smith et al. 2003:19 [ref. 27621], Nelson et al. 2004:112 [ref. 27807] dating to 1837, Vaske et al. 2005:77 [ref. 36155], Kuiter 2009:313 [ref. 30404] dating to 1837, Page et al. 2013:115 [ref. 32708], Smith-Vaniz & Jelks 2014:36 [ref. 33341], Robertson et al. 2016:144 [ref. 34961], Carneiro et al. 2019:174 [ref. 37250] as cf. maculatus, Robertson et al. 2020:151 [ref. 38098], Carvalho-Filho et al. in Marceniuk et al. 2021:418 [ref. 38945], Escobar-Sierra et al. 2021:75 [ref. 38844]). Current status: Valid as Aulostomus maculatus Valenciennes 1841. Aulostomidae. Distribution: Western Atlantic: southern Florida (U.S.A.) and Bermuda south to Recife (Brazil), including Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. IUCN (2015): Least concern. Habitat: marine.

sinensis, Aulostoma Temminck [C. J.] & Schlegel [H.] 1850:320 [Fauna Japonica Last part (15); ref. 4375] Not available; appeared as name only in index; not treated in text. Nomen Nudum. Aulostomidae.

strigosus, Aulostomus Wheeler [A. C.] 1955:618 [Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Series 12) v. 8 (no. 92) (art. 73); ref. 12537] St. Helena Island, South Atlantic. Holotype: BMNH 1946.5.23.22. Paratypes: BMNH 1868.6.15.2 (8), 1868.3.11.10 (1), 1927.12.7.1 (1), 1908.7.24.14 (1), 1864.6.6.7 (1), 1881.10.20.2 (1). •Valid as Aulostomus strigosus Wheeler 1955 -- (Wheeler 1973:272 [ref. 7190], Edwards & Glass 1987:633 [ref. 9166], Fritzsche 1990:653 [ref. 17532], Afonso et al. 1999:71 [ref. 25466], Bowen et al. 2001:1029 [ref. 25372], Feitoza et al. 2003:68 [ref. 26943] as aff. strigosus, Luiz et al. 2004:1176 [ref. 27860], Vaske et al. 2005:77 [ref. 36155] as aff. strigosus, Wirtz et al. 2007:28 [ref. 30263], Kuiter 2009:313 [ref. 30404], Wirtz et al. 2013:121 [ref. 32972], Wirtz et al. 2014:5 [ref. 33516], Pinheiro et al. 2015:11 [ref. 34324], Fritzsche 2016:2240 [ref. 34608], Brown et al. 2019:171 [ref. 36444], Carneiro et al. 2019:174 [ref. 37250], Reiner 2019:151 [ref. 38139], Guabiroba et al. 2020:702 [ref. 37571]). Current status: Valid as Aulostomus strigosus Wheeler 1955. Aulostomidae. Distribution: Southwestern Atlantic: Brazil, including Vitória-Trinidade Seamount Chain; southern central Atlantic: Saint Peter and Saint Paul Archipelago, Saint Helena and Ascension islands; eastern Atlantic: Morocco south to Namibia, including Madeira, and São Tomé and Principe. Habitat: marine.

teatae, Aulostomus Curtiss [A.] 1938:46 [A short zoology of Tahiti in the Society islands; ref. 18057] Lagoon near Tautira, Tahiti, Society Islands. No types known. Aulostomidae.

valentini, Polypterichthys Bleeker [P.] 1853:608 [Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch Indië v. 4 (no. 3); ref. 337] Ternate, Molucca Islands, Indonesia Holotype (unique): whereabouts unknown. Genus originally as Polijpterichthijs. •Synonym of Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus 1766) -- (Wheeler 1955:616 [ref. 12537], Fritzsche & Thiesfeld 1999:2277 [ref. 24793]). Current status: Synonym of Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus 1766). Aulostomidae. Habitat: marine.

waitei, Aulostomus chinensis Whitley [G. P.] 1940:413, Pl. 30 (fig. 19) [Australian Zoologist v. 9 (pt 4); ref. 4699] Lord Howe Island. Holotype (unique): AMS I.5370. •Synonym of Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus 1766) -- (Wheeler 1955:616 [ref. 12537]). Current status: Synonym of Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus 1766). Aulostomidae. Habitat: marine.


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