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Species related to Sarda orientalis: [ 3 ] records


velox, Sarda Meek [S. E.] & Hildebrand [S. F.] 1923:320, Pl. 24 [Field Museum of Natural History, Publications, Zo√∂logical Series v. 15 (publ. 215); ref. 2963] Market, Panama City, (Pacific) Panama. Holotype (unique): USNM 81060. •Synonym of Sarda orientalis (Temminck & Schlegel 1844) -- (Collette & Chao 1975:604 [ref. 5573], Collette & Nauen 1983:52 [ref. 5375], Collette 2003:7 [ref. 27312]). Current status: Synonym of Sarda orientalis (Temminck & Schlegel 1844). Scombridae: Scombrinae. Habitat: marine.

serventyi, Sarda orientalis Whitley [G. P.] 1945:41 [Australian Zoologist v. 11 (pt 1); ref. 4707] Albany, Western Australia. Holotype: WAM P.3512. Paratypes: WAM P.2568 (1). Holotype figured in Whitley 1947:Pl. 11 (fig. 4) [ref. 4708]. •Synonym of Sarda orientalis (Temminck & Schlegel 1844) -- (Collette & Chao 1975:604 [ref. 5573], Collette & Nauen 1983:52 [ref. 5375], Collette 2003:8 [ref. 27312], Bray et al. 2006:1774 [ref. 29091]). Current status: Synonym of Sarda orientalis (Temminck & Schlegel 1844). Scombridae: Scombrinae. Habitat: marine.

orientalis, Pelamys Temminck [C. J.] & Schlegel [H.] 1844:99, Pl. 52 [Fauna Japonica Parts 5-6; ref. 4372] Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. Lectotype: RMNH D2286 (dry). Paralectotypes: RMNH D842 (1, dry), 1244 (1, stuffed but in alcohol). Type catalog: Boeseman 1964:465, Fig. 11 [ref. 20805]. Lectotype selected by Boeseman 1947:95 [ref. 12876]. •Valid as Sarda orientalis (Temminck & Schlegel 1844) -- (Collette & Chao 1975:601 [ref. 5573], Lindberg & Krasyukova 1975:277 [ref. 7348], Collette & Nauen 1983:52 [ref. 5375], Dor 1984:263 [ref. 29757], Nakamura in Masuda et al. 1984:225 [ref. 6441], Machida in Okamura et al. 1985:545, 706 [ref. 8056], Collette 1986:835 [ref. 5647], Allen & Swainston 1988:144 [ref. 25477], Randall et al. 1990:448 [ref. 15987], Kuiter 1993:377 [ref. 23929], Allen & Robertson 1994:277 [ref. 22193], Bussing & López S. 1994:144 [ref. 23101], Goren & Dor 1994:70 [ref. 25356], Collette in Fischer et al. 1995:1534 [ref. 22830], Randall 1995:374 [ref. 22896], Mohsin & Ambak 1996:513 [ref. 27969], Allen 1997:232 [ref. 23977], Carpenter et al. 1997:224 [ref. 23922], Grove & Lavenberg 1997:585 [ref. 24023], Randall et al. 1997:448 [ref. 25919], Chirichigno F. & Vélez D. 1998:399 [ref. 24555], Sokolovskaya et al. 1998:14 [ref. 24670], Fricke 1999:565 [ref. 24106], Collette in Randall & Lim 2000:643 [ref. 25122], Nakabo 2000:1348 [ref. 25182], Collette 2001:3740 [ref. 26305], Collette et al. 2001:3 [ref. 25629], Hutchins 2001:45 [ref. 25847], Nakabo 2002:1348 [ref. 26193], Choi et al. 2003:418, 673 [ref. 26218], Collette 2003:7 [ref. 27312], Manilo & Bogorodsky 2003:S121 [ref. 27377], Parin 2003:S28 [ref. 28536], Nelson et al. 2004:176 [ref. 27807], Heemstra & Heemstra 2004:417 [ref. 28072], Love et al. 2005:167 [ref. 37547], Mundy 2005:506 [ref. 28379], Bray et al. 2006:1774 [ref. 29091], Randall 2007:449 [ref. 30952], Gomon 2008:785 [ref. 30616], Fricke et al. 2009:112 [ref. 30213], McCosker & Rosenblatt 2010:194 [ref. 30957], Motomura et al. 2010:230 [ref. 31256], Page et al. 2013:181 [ref. 32708], Larson et al. 2013:218 [ref. 32988], Parin et al. 2014:512 [ref. 33547], Psomadakis et al. 2015:315 [ref. 34104], Fourriére et al. 2016:459 [ref. 34668], Del Moral-Flores et al. 2016:611 [ref. 34923], Motomura et al. 2017:214 [ref. 35490], Fricke et al. 2018:363 [ref. 35805], Golani & Fricke 2018:170 [ref. 36273], Eagderi et al. 2019:104 [ref. 37020], Hoschke et al. 2019:160 [ref. 36626], Collette & Graves 2019:111 [ref. 37341], Collette & Graves 2019:259 [ref. 37341], Habib & Islam 2020:Supplementary table p. 18 [ref. 38321], Kim et al. 2020:183 [ref. 39118], Psomadakis et al. 2020:572 [ref. 37272], Sonoyama et al. 2020:113 [ref. 37637], Love et al. 2021:212 [ref. 39279], Collette 2022:280 [ref. 40167], Mochizuki et al. 2022:29 [ref. 39612], Page et al. 2023:113 [ref. 40505]). Current status: Valid as Sarda orientalis (Temminck & Schlegel 1844). Scombridae: Scombrinae. Distribution: Red Sea; Indo-Pacific: Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa), East Africa, Persian Gulf, Seychelles, Madagascar and western Mascarenes (La R√©union, Mauritius) east to Hawaiian Islands (U.S.A.), north to Korea, central Japan and Ogasawara Islands (Japan), south to Rottnest Island (Western Australia) and Northern Territory (Australia); eastern Pacific: southern tip of Baja California Sur (Mexico) south to Peru, including Revillagigedo Islands (Mexico). IUCN (2011): Least concern. Habitat: marine.


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