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Species in the genus Axoclinus: [ 6 ] records


cocoensis, Axoclinus Bussing [W. A.] (ex Rosenblatt) 1991:78, Fig. 1 [Revista de Biología Tropical v. 39 (no. 1); ref. 19493] Eastern side of Isla del Coco, 850 meters north of Cabo Atrevida, 1.2 kilometers south of Punta Ulloa, Costa Rica, depth 7-8 meters. Holotype: LACM 44851-1. Paratypes: LACM (11 lots, 938 spec.); SIO 94-136 (15); UCR (17 lots, 405 spec.). Type catalog: Angulo et al. 2015:369 [ref. 35212]. •Valid as Enneanectes cocoensis (Bussing 1991) -- (Fricke 1997:565 [ref. 23339]). •Valid as Axoclinus cocoensis Bussing 1991 -- (Allen & Robertson 1994:219 [ref. 22193], Smith & Williams 2002:8 [ref. 26427], Fricke 2009:35 [ref. 30394], Patzner et al. 2009:444 [ref. 30396]). Current status: Valid as Axoclinus cocoensis Bussing 1991. Tripterygiidae: Tripterygiinae. Distribution: Costa Rica. Habitat: marine.

lucillae, Axoclinus Fowler [H. W.] 1944:289, Fig. 242 [Monographs of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia No. 6; ref. 1448] Tide pool at Saboga, Perlas Islands, (Pacific) Panama. Holotype (unique): ANSP 70111. Type catalog: Böhlke 1984:61 [ref. 13621]. Genus misspelled Axochnus in figure caption. •Valid as Enneanectes lucillae (Fowler 1944) -- (De La Cruz Agüero et al. 1997:302 [ref. 24545], Fricke 1997:565 [ref. 23339]). •Valid as Axoclinus lucillae Fowler 1944 -- (Allen & Robertson 1994:219 [ref. 22193], Smith & Williams 2002:8 [ref. 26427], Nelson et al. 2004:161 [ref. 27807], Fricke 2009:35 [ref. 30394], Patzner et al. 2009:444 [ref. 30396], Page et al. 2013:166 [ref. 32708], Page et al. 2023:153 [ref. 40505]). Current status: Valid as Axoclinus lucillae Fowler 1944. Tripterygiidae: Tripterygiinae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific: Pacific coast (Panama). Habitat: marine.

multicinctus, Axoclinus Allen [G. R.] & Robertson [D. R.] 1992:54, Fig. 3 [Revue française d'Aquariologie Herpétologie v. 19 (no. 1/2); ref. 19713] Socorro Island, Revillagigedo Islands, off western Mexico, about 18°48'N, 111°02'W, depth 8 meters. Holotype: USNM 321176. Paratypes: USNM 321177 (2). Type catalog: Springer & Orrell 1996:28 [ref. 22274]. •Valid as Enneanectes multicinctus (Allen & Robertson 1992) -- (Fricke 1997:565 [ref. 23339]). •Valid as Axoclinus multicinctus Allen & Robertson 1992 -- (Allen & Robertson 1994:220 [ref. 22193], Smith & Williams 2002:8 [ref. 26427], Nelson et al. 2004:161 [ref. 27807], Fricke 2009:35 [ref. 30394], Patzner et al. 2009:444 [ref. 30396], Page et al. 2013:166 [ref. 32708], Fourriére et al. 2016:449 [ref. 34668], Del Moral-Flores et al. 2016:610 [ref. 34923], Page et al. 2023:153 [ref. 40505]). Current status: Valid as Axoclinus multicinctus Allen & Robertson 1992. Tripterygiidae: Tripterygiinae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific: Revillagigedo Islands (Mexico) endemic. Habitat: marine.

nigricaudus, Axoclinus Allen [G. R.] & Robertson [D. R.] 1991:79, Fig. 1 [Revue française d'Aquariologie Herpétologie v. 18 (no. 3); ref. 19723] Near Pichilingue, Baja California, Mexico, about 24°16'N, 110°20'W, depth 0-3 meters. Holotype: USNM 316797. Paratypes: WAM P.30233-001 (1). Type catalog: Springer & Orrell 1996:28 [ref. 22274], Moore et al. 2008:40 [ref. 30117]. •Valid as Enneanectes nigricaudus (Allen & Robertson 1991) -- (De La Cruz Agüero et al. 1997:302 [ref. 24545], Fricke 1997:565 [ref. 23339]). •Valid as Axoclinus nigricaudus Allen & Robertson 1991 -- (Allen & Robertson 1994:220 [ref. 22193], Thomson et al. 2000:206 [ref. 25640], Smith & Williams 2002:8 [ref. 26427], Nelson et al. 2004:161 [ref. 27807], Love et al. 2005:151 [ref. 37547], Fricke 2009:35 [ref. 30394], Patzner et al. 2009:444 [ref. 30396], Page et al. 2013:166 [ref. 32708], Love et al. 2021:194 [ref. 39279], Page et al. 2023:153 [ref. 40505]). Current status: Valid as Axoclinus nigricaudus Allen & Robertson 1991. Tripterygiidae: Tripterygiinae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific: southern tip of Baja California Sur (Mexico) and Gulf of California (Mexico). Habitat: marine.

rubinoffi, Axoclinus Allen [G. R.] & Robertson [D. R.] 1992:53, Fig. 1 [Revue française d'Aquariologie Herpétologie v. 19 (no. 1/2); ref. 19713] Malpelo Island, eastern Pacific, west of Colombia, about 4°00'N, 81°31'W, depth 1-2 meters. Holotype: ICNMNH 1786. Paratypes: ICNMNH 1787 (1), USNM 321175 (1), WAM P.30389-001 (1). Type catalog: Springer & Orrell 1996:30 [ref. 22274], Moore et al. 2008:40 [ref. 30117], Mojica & Agudelo-Zamora 2018:52 [ref. 36127]. •Valid as Enneanectes rubinoffi (Allen & Robertson 1992) -- (Fricke 1997:565 [ref. 23339]). •Valid as Axoclinus rubinoffi Allen & Robertson 1992 -- (Allen & Robertson 1994:220 [ref. 22193], Smith & Williams 2002:8 [ref. 26427], Fricke 2009:36 [ref. 30394], Patzner et al. 2009:444 [ref. 30396]). Current status: Valid as Axoclinus rubinoffi Allen & Robertson 1992. Tripterygiidae: Tripterygiinae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific: Colombia. Habitat: marine.

storeyae, Enneapterygius Brock [V. E.] 1940:33 [Stanford Ichthyological Bulletin v. 2 (no. 1); ref. 13593] Los Frailes, Cape San Lucas, Baja California, depth 15 feet. Holotype (unique): CAS-SU 35045. Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:96 [ref. 12291]. •Synonym of Enneanectes carminalis (Jordan & Gilbert 1882) -- (Fricke 1997:564 [ref. 23339]). •Valid as Axoclinus storeyae (Brock 1940) -- (Smith & Williams 2002:8 [ref. 26427], Love et al. 2005:152 [ref. 37547], Fricke 2009:36 [ref. 30394], Patzner et al. 2009:444 [ref. 30396] as storeya, Page et al. 2013:166 [ref. 32708], Galván-Villa et al. 2016:148 [ref. 34871], Love et al. 2021:194 [ref. 39279], Page et al. 2023:153 [ref. 40505]). Current status: Valid as Axoclinus storeyae (Brock 1940). Tripterygiidae: Tripterygiinae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific: Pacific coast of southern Baja California Sur (Mexico) south to central Mexico, including Gulf of California (Mexico). Habitat: marine.


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