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Clinus capensis

(Forster 1801)
  

Clinus capensis was originally described as Scomber capensis by Forster in 1801. It belongs to the family Clinidae and subfamily Clininae. It is commonly known as Barbelled klipfish and is known in South Africa as Barbelled klipfish, in South Africa as Baard-klipvis. more common names It is found in Salt water.
Species   capensis
AuthorWI   Forster [J. R.]
AuthorNI   Forster
Qualification   in Bloch & Schneider
Year   1801
Status   Uncertain
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Blenniiformes Blenniiformes
Family   Clinidae
Subfamily  
Clininae Clininae
Genus   Clinus
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Blenniiformes
Family   Clinidae
Subfamily   Clininae
Genus   Clinus
Original Name   Scomber        
Taxon Name   capensis
Original Combination   Scomber capensis
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Scomber capensis
OriginalSubGenus   Scomber
Original Author   Forster
Original AuthorWI   Forster [J. R.]
Original Qualification   in Bloch & Schneider
Original Year   1801
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Clininae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.
Primary Code   ---
Primary Type   No types known
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Habitat demersal        
Water Salt water
   
Distribution ---

Current Summary   In family Scombridae
 
Name History   • Incertae sedis in Scombridae -- (Collette 2003:21 [ref. 27312]).

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aculeatus Clinus aculeatus Reinhardt [J. C. H.] 1838Not available
acuminatus Clinus acuminatus Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836Uncertain
acuminatus Clinus acuminatus (Bloch [M. E.] & Schneider [J. G.] 1801)Valid
agilis Clinus agilis Smith [J. L. B.] 1931Valid
anguillaris Clinus anguillaris Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836Synonym
anne Clinus anne (Smith [J. L. B.] 1948)Synonym
arborescens Clinus arborescens Gilchrist [J. D. F.] & Thompson [W. W.] 1908Valid
berrisfordi Clinus berrisfordi Penrith [M.-L.] 1967Valid
bimaculatus Clinus bimaculatus Steindachner [F.] 1876Synonym
biporosus Clinus biporosus Gilchrist [J. D. F.] & Thompson [W. W.] 1908Synonym
brachycephalus Clinus brachycephalus Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836Synonym
brevicristatus Clinus brevicristatus Gilchrist [J. D. F.] & Thompson [W. W.] 1908Valid
canariensis Clinus canariensis Valenciennes [A.] 1838Synonym
capensis Clinus capensis (Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836)Synonym
capillatus Clinus capillatus Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836Synonym
chilensis Clinus chilensis Sauvage [H.-E.] 1883Synonym
cottoides Clinus cottoides Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836Valid
crinitus Clinus crinitus Jenyns [L.] 1841Synonym
delalandii Clinus delalandii Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836Synonym
despicillatus Clinus despicillatus Richardson [J.] 1839Synonym
dorsalis Clinus dorsalis Castelnau [F. L. de] 1861Uncertain
dorsalis Clinus dorsalis Bleeker [P.] (ex Castelnau) 1859Synonym
dubius Clinus dubius Castelnau [F. L. de] 1861Synonym
dubius Clinus dubius Bleeker [P.] (ex Castelnau) 1859Synonym
eckloniae Clinus eckloniae McKay [R. J.] 1970Synonym
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