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Chrosomus eos was originally described as Chrosomus eos by Cope in 1861. It belongs to the family Leuciscidae and subfamily Laviniinae. It is commonly known as Northern redbelly dace but has many other common names such as northern redbelly dace in USA, Redbelly dace in Canada, Ventre rouge du nord in Quebec, Can.. more common names It is found in Fresh water.
Species   eos
AuthorWI   Cope [E. D.]
AuthorNI   Cope
Qualification   ---
Year   1861
Status   Valid
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Cypriniformes Cypriniformes
Family   Leuciscidae
Subfamily  
Laviniinae Laviniinae
Genus   Chrosomus
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Cypriniformes
Family   Leuciscidae
Subfamily   Laviniinae
Genus   Chrosomus
Original Name   Chrosomus        
Taxon Name   eos
Original Combination   Chrosomus eos
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Chrosomus eos
OriginalSubGenus   Chrosomus
Original Author   Cope
Original AuthorWI   Cope [E. D.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1861
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Laviniinae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Meshoppen Creek, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Types   Paralectotypes: ANSP 22117-18 (2).
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Böhlke 1984:75 [ref. 13621], Gilbert 1998:76 [ref. 23395].
Primary Code   Lectotype
Primary Type   ANSP 22116
Journal   Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.
Citation   v. 13
Page   523

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---


Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---


Current Genus Species Chrosomus eos
Current Species eos
Current Genus Chrosomus
Current AuthorWI Cope [E. D.]
Current AuthorNI Cope
Current Year 1861
Current Family Leuciscidae
Current Subfamily
Laviniinae Laviniinae

Habitat Freshwater.        
Water Fresh water
   

Current Summary   Valid as Chrosomus eos  Cope 1861. Leuciscidae: Laviniinae.
 
Name History   •Valid as Phoxinus eos (Cope 1861) -- (Lee et al. 1980:336 [ref. 22416], Smith 1986:199 [ref. 22186], Howes 1985:71 [ref. 5274], McAllister 1990:64 [ref. 14674], Page & Burr 1991:85 [ref. 18983], Chereshnev 1996:600 [ref. 24659], Gilbert 1998:76 [ref. 23395], Bogutskaya 1998:69 [ref. 23589], Fuller et al. 1999:129 [ref. 25838], Lyons et al. 2000:31 [ref. 26594], Nelson et al. 2004:76 [ref. 27807] dating to 1862, Bailey et al. 2004:103 [ref. 27882], Scharpf 2005:34 [ref. 28940], McPhail 2007:101 [ref. 31199]). •Valid as Chrosomus eos Cope 1861 -- (Scott & Crossman 1998:386 [ref. 24570], Strange & Mayden 2009:495 [ref. 30381], Page & Burr 2011:183 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:69 [ref. 32708]).

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cumberlandensis Chrosomus cumberlandensis (Starnes [W. C.] & Starnes [L. B.] 1978)Valid
dakotensis Chrosomus dakotensis Evermann [B. W.] & Cox [U. O.] 1896Synonym
erythrogaster Chrosomus erythrogaster (Rafinesque [C. S.] 1820)Valid
neogaeus Chrosomus neogaeus (Cope [E. D.] 1867)Valid
oreas Chrosomus oreas Cope [E. D.] 1868Valid
pyrrhogaster Chrosomus pyrrhogaster Jordan [D. S.] 1876Synonym
saylori Chrosomus saylori (Skelton [C. E.] 2001)Valid
tennesseensis Chrosomus tennesseensis (Starnes [W. C.] & Jenkins [R. E.] 1988)Valid
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