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Amia melas

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Amia melas was originally described as Amia melas by Fowler in 1918. It belongs to the family Amiidae. It is found in Salt water.
Species   melas
AuthorWI   Fowler [H. W.]
AuthorNI   Fowler
Qualification   ---
Year   1918
Status   Synonym
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Amiiformes Amiiformes
Family   Amiidae
Subfamily  
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Genus   Amia
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Amiiformes
Family   Amiidae
Genus   Amia
Original Name   Amia        
Taxon Name   melas
Original Combination   Amia melas
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Amia melas
OriginalSubGenus   Amia
Original Author   Fowler
Original AuthorWI   Fowler [H. W.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1918
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Philippines.
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Böhlke 1984:20 [ref. 13621].
Primary Code   Holotype (unique)
Primary Type   ANSP 47491
Journal   Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.
Citation   v. 70
Page   17
Illustrations   Fig. 8

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---


Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---


Current Genus Species Apogon melanopterus
Current Species   melanopterus
Current Genus Apogon
Current AuthorWI Fowler [H. W.] & Bean [B. A.]
Current AuthorNI   Fowler & Bean
Current Year   1930
Current Family Amiidae
Current Subfamily
Apogoninae Apogoninae

Habitat Marine.        
Water Salt water
   

Current Summary   Synonym of Apogon melanopterus  (Fowler & Bean 1930). Apogonidae: Apogoninae.
 
Name History   •Synonym of Apogon melanopterus (Fowler & Bean 1930) -- (T. Fraser, pers. comm. 9/2000). •Valid as Apogon melas (Fowler 1918) -- (Allen & Adrim 2003:35 [ref. 26830]).

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albomarginata Amia albomarginata Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.] in Radcliffe 1912Synonym
albomarginata Jaydia albomarginata Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.] in Radcliffe 1912Valid
angustata Amia angustata Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.] in Radcliffe 1911Synonym
atripes Amia atripes Ogilby [J. D.] 1916Synonym
atrogaster Amia atrogaster Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.] in Radcliffe 1912Synonym
aurolineatum Amia aurolineatum Mowbray [L. L.] in Breder 1927Synonym
berthae Amia berthae Ogilby [J. D.] 1911Synonym
berthea Amia berthea Ogilby [J. D.] 1911Synonym
binotata Amia binotata Poey [F.] 1867Synonym
calva Amia calva Linnaeus [C.] (ex Garden) 1766Valid
canina Amia canina Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1847Synonym
cardinalis Amia cardinalis Seale [A.] 1910In family
cathetogramma Amia cathetogramma Tanaka [S.] 1917Synonym
cathetogramma Apogonichthyoides cathetogramma Tanaka [S.] 1917Valid
cavitensis Amia cavitensis Jordan [D. S.] & Seale [A.] 1907Synonym
cinerea Amia cinerea Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1847Synonym
compressa Amia compressa Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.] in Radcliffe 1911Synonym
conklini Amia conklini Silvester [C. F.] 1915Synonym
diencaea Amia diencaea Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.] in Radcliffe 1912Synonym
diversa Amia diversa Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.] in Radcliffe 1912Synonym
doryssa Amia doryssa Jordan [D. S.] & Seale [A.] 1906Synonym
elizabethae Amia elizabethae Jordan [D. S.] & Seale [A.] 1905Synonym
elizabethae Ostorhinchus elizabethae Jordan [D. S.] & Seale [A.] 1905Valid
endekataenia Amia endekataenia (Bleeker [P.] 1852)Synonym
exostigma Amia exostigma Jordan [D. S.] & Starks [E. C.] in Jordan & Seale 1906Synonym
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