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Clinostomus elongatus

(Kirtland 1840)

Clinostomus elongatus was originally described as Luxilus elongatus by Kirtland in 1840. It belongs to the family Cyprinidae and subfamily Leuciscinae. It is commonly known as Redside dace and is known Redside dace in USA (contiguous states), redside dace in USA (contiguous states). more common names It is found in Fresh water and its distribution is Eastern North America.
Species   elongatus
AuthorWI   Kirtland [J. P.]
AuthorNI   Kirtland
Qualification   ---
Year   1840
Status   Valid
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Cypriniformes Cypriniformes
Family   Cyprinidae
Leuciscinae Leuciscinae
Genus   Clinostomus
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Cypriniformes
Family   Cyprinidae
Subfamily   Leuciscinae
Genus   Clinostomus
Original Name   Luxilus        
Taxon Name   elongatus
Original Combination   Luxilus elongatus
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Luxilus elongatus
OriginalSubGenus   Luxilus
Original Author   Kirtland
Original AuthorWI   Kirtland [J. P.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1840
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Leuciscinae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Tributaries of Mahoning River, Trumbull County, Ohio; Lake Erie near Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Gilbert 1998:75 [ref. 23395].
Primary Code   ---
Primary Type   No types known
Page   339
Illustrations   Pl. 4 (fig. 1)

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Original QualificationSS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---

Current Genus Species Clinostomus elongatus
Current Species   elongatus
Current Genus Clinostomus
Current AuthorWI Kirtland [J. P.]
Current AuthorNI   Kirtland
Current Year   1840
Current Family Cyprinidae
Current Subfamily
Leuciscinae Leuciscinae

Habitat demersal        
Water Fresh water
Distribution Eastern North America.

Current Summary   Valid as Clinostomus elongatus  (Kirtland 1840). Cyprinidae: Leuciscinae.
Name History   • Valid as Clinostomus elongatus  (Kirtland 1840) -- (Lee et al. 1980:148 [ref. 22416], Smith 1986:160 [ref. 22186], McAllister 1990:58 [ref. 14674], Page & Burr 1991:78 [ref. 18983], Stauffer et al. 1995:64 [ref. 23376], Gilbert 1998:75 [ref. 23395], Scott & Crossman 1998:399 [ref. 24570], Fuller et al. 1999:57 [ref. 25838], Lyons et al. 2000:22 [ref. 26594], Nelson et al. 2004:68 [ref. 27807], Bailey et al. 2004:73 [ref. 27882], Scharpf 2005:12 [ref. 28940], Page & Burr 2011:174 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:69 [ref. 32708]).

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affinis Clinostomus affinis Girard [C. F.] 1856Synonym
carolinus Clinostomus carolinus Girard [C. F.] 1856Synonym
funduloides Clinostomus funduloides Girard [C. F.] 1856Valid
hydrophlox Clinostomus hydrophlox Cope [E. D.] 1872Synonym
margarita Clinostomus margarita Cope [E. D.] 1867Synonym
montanus Clinostomus montanus Cope [E. D.] 1872Synonym
pandora Clinostomus pandora Cope [E. D.] 1872Synonym
phlegethontis Clinostomus phlegethontis Cope [E. D.] 1874Synonym
proriger Clinostomus proriger (Cope [E. D.] 1865)Synonym
taenia Clinostomus taenia Cope [E. D.] 1874Synonym
vandoisulus Clinostomus vandoisulus (Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1844)Synonym
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