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Species in the family or subfamily Caulophrynidae: [ 10 ] records


acinosa, Caulophryne Regan [C. T.] & Trewavas [E.] 1932:101, Pl. 8 (fig. 1); Fig. 161 [Dana Report No. 2; ref. 3682] Indian Ocean, 1°06'S, 62°25'E, Dana station 3920, depth about 1750 meters (3000 meters wire out), bottom depth 4630 meters. Holotype (unique): ZMUC P9244. Type catalog: Nielsen 1974:85 [ref. 9588]. •Synonym of Caulophryne pelagica (Brauer 1902) -- (Pietsch 1979:14 [ref. 3474], Pietsch 2009:445 [ref. 30766]). Current status: Synonym of Caulophryne pelagica (Brauer 1902). Caulophrynidae. Habitat: marine.

bacescui, Caulophryne Mihai-Bardan [A.] 1982:17, Figs. 1-3 [Revue Roumaine de Biologie, Série de Biologie Animale v. 27 (no. 1); ref. 8440] Peru Trench, Pacific off western South America. Holotype (unique): MGAB 49922. •Valid as Caulophryne bacescui Mihai-Bardan 1982 -- (Pietsch 2009:446 [ref. 30766]). Current status: Valid as Caulophryne bacescui Mihai-Bardan 1982. Caulophrynidae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific off Peru (1 specimen). Habitat: marine.

jordani, Caulophryne Goode [G. B.] & Bean [T. H.] 1896:496, Pl. 121 (fig. 409) [Special Bulletin U. S. National Museum No. 2; ref. 1848] Gulf Stream off Long Island, New York, U.S.A., 39°27'N, 71°15'W, Albatross station 2747, depth 0-1276 fathoms. Holotype (unique): USNM 39265. Caption for Pl. 121 (fig. 409) is Caulophryne cetosus. Males unknown. •Valid as Caulophryne jordani Goode & Bean 1896 -- (Pietsch 1979:15 [ref. 3474], Fujii in Uyeno et al. 1983:257 [ref. 14275], Amaoka in Masuda et al. 1984:105 [ref. 6441], Bertelsen in Whitehead et al. 1986:1374 [ref. 13677], Scott & Scott 1988:253 [ref. 25518], Paxton et al. 1989:295 [ref. 12442], McAllister 1990:229 [ref. 14674], Stearn & Pietsch in Okamura et al. 1995:144 [ref. 22531], Stewart & Pietsch 1998:5 [ref. 23378], Santos et al. 1997:63 [ref. 23531], Arruda 1997:126 [ref. 24952], Pietsch 2003:1057 [ref. 27014], Moore et al. 2003:214 [ref. 27076], Mundy 2005:268 [ref. 28379], Paxton et al. 2006:655 [ref. 28994], Pietsch 2009:447 [ref. 30766], Møller et al. 2010:43 [ref. 31169], Pietsch 2016:2059 [ref. 34597], Carneiro et al. 2019:214 [ref. 37250], Kenchington et al. 2020:[12] [ref. 37729]). Current status: Valid as Caulophryne jordani Goode & Bean 1896. Caulophrynidae. Distribution: Circumglobal in all oceans, except Polar waters. Habitat: marine.

legula, Robia Pietsch [T. W.] 1979:13, Fig. 14 [Contributions in Science (Los Angeles) No. 310; ref. 3474] Banda Sea, western Pacific, 4°56.5'S, 129°59.5'E, depth 1000-1500 meters. Holotype (unique): LACM 36024-1. Males unknown. •Valid as Robia legula Pietsch 1979 -- (Stewart & Pietsch 1998:5 [ref. 23378], Pietsch 1999:2026 [ref. 24766], Pietsch 2009:450 [ref. 30766]). Current status: Valid as Robia legula Pietsch 1979. Caulophrynidae. Distribution: Western Pacific: Banda Sea (one specimen). Habitat: marine.

pelagicus, Melanocetus Brauer [A.] 1902:295 [Zoologischer Anzeiger v. 25 (no. 668); ref. 631] West of Chagos Archipelago, Indian Ocean, Valdivia station 228, depth 0-2500 meters, bottom depth 3460 meters. Holotype (unique): ZMB 17711. •Valid as Caulophryne pelagica (Brauer 1902) -- (Pietsch 1979:14 [ref. 3474], Stewart & Pietsch 1998:5 [ref. 23378], Pietsch 1999:2026 [ref. 24766], Nakabo 2000:467 [ref. 25086], Nakabo 2002:467 [ref. 26001], Mundy 2005:269 [ref. 28379], Castellanos-Galindo et al. 2006:200 [ref. 28944], Pietsch 2009:445 [ref. 30766], Parin et al. 2014:185 [ref. 33547], Stewart & Pietsch 2015:904 [ref. 34271], Pietsch 2016:2059 [ref. 34597], Robertson et al. 2017:71 [ref. 35676]). Current status: Valid as Caulophryne pelagica (Brauer 1902). Caulophrynidae. Distribution: Indo-Pacific (including Hawaiian Islands), Atlantic (few specimens). Habitat: marine.

pietschi, Caulophryne Balushkin [A. V.] & Fedorov [V. V.] 1985:1035, Figs. 1-2 [Voprosy Ikhtiologii v. 25 (no. 6); ref. 8113] Bounty Banks, southern Pacific, 48°53'S, 178°39'E, depth 954-960 meters. Holotype (unique): ZIN 47196. On p. 151 in English translation. •Synonym of Caulophryne pelagica (Brauer 1902) -- (Pietsch 2009:446 [ref. 30766]). Current status: Synonym of Caulophryne pelagica (Brauer 1902). Caulophrynidae. Habitat: marine.

polynema, Caulophryne Regan [C. T.] 1930:191, Figs. 1-3 [The Journal of the Linnean Society of London. Zoology v. 37 (no. 251); ref. 16124] Off Funchal Bay, Madeira, eastern Atlantic. Holotype (unique): BMNH 1930.2.7.1 (female). •Synonym of Caulophryne jordani Goode & Bean 1846, but a valid subspecies -- (Maul 1973:666 [ref. 7171]). •Valid as Caulophryne polynema Regan 1930 -- (Bertelsen in Whitehead et al. 1986:1374 [ref. 13677], Pietsch 1979:16 [ref. 3474], Bertelsen 1990:491 [ref. 15654], Stearn & Pietsch in Okamura et al. 1995:144 [ref. 22531], Arruda 1997:126 [ref. 24952], Anderson & Leslie 2001:3 [ref. 26165], Pietsch 2003:1057 [ref. 27014], Mundy 2005:269 [ref. 28379], Pietsch 2009:448 [ref. 30766], Pietsch 2016:2059 [ref. 34597], Carneiro et al. 2019:215 [ref. 37250], Kenchington et al. 2020:[12] [ref. 37729]). Current status: Valid as Caulophryne polynema Regan 1930. Caulophrynidae. Distribution: Circumglobal (scattered localities). Habitat: marine.

ramulosa, Caulophryne Regan [C. T.] & Trewavas [E.] 1932:101, Pl. 7; Fig. 160 [Dana Report No. 2; ref. 3682] Gulf of Panama, 7°15'N, 78°54'W, Dana station 1209, depth about 1750 meters, 3500 meters wire out. Holotype (unique): ZMUC P9245. Type catalog: Nielsen 1974:86 [ref. 9588]. Caulophryne racemosa Monod 1960 is a misspelling (see Pietsch 1979:16 [ref. 3474]). •Synonym of Caulophryne pelagica (Brauer 1902) -- (Pietsch 1979:14 [ref. 3474], Pietsch 2009:445 [ref. 30766]). Current status: Synonym of Caulophryne pelagica (Brauer 1902). Caulophrynidae. Habitat: marine.

regani, Ceratocaulophryne Roule [L.] & Angel [F.] 1932:500 [Bulletin du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle (Série 2) v. 4 (no. 5); ref. 3826] Azores, northeastern Atlantic, station 3279, 38°55'N, 34°07'W, depth 0-3000 meters. Holotype (unique): MOM 0091-1529. Type catalog: Belloc 1949:17 [ref. 21544]. •Synonym of Caulophryne jordani Goode & Bean 1896 -- (Maul 1973:666 [ref. 7171], Bertelsen in Whitehead et al. 1986:1374 [ref. 13677], Pietsch 1979:16 [ref. 3474], Pietsch 2009:447 [ref. 30766]). Current status: Synonym of Caulophryne jordani Goode & Bean 1896. Caulophrynidae. Habitat: marine.

setosus, Caulophryne Goode [G. B.] & Bean [T. H.] 1896:no page number, Pl. 121 (fig. 409) [Special Bulletin U. S. National Museum No. 2; ref. 1848] Holotype (unique). Name appeared in caption to Pl. 121 (fig. 409) corresponding to Caulophryne jordani on p. 496. •Misspelling mistake for Caulophryne jordani Goode & Bean 1896 -- (Pietsch 2009:447 [ref. 30766]). Misspelling. Current status: Synonym of Caulophryne jordani Goode & Bean 1896. Caulophrynidae. Habitat: marine.