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Dallia pectoralis


Dallia pectoralis was originally described as Dallia pectoralis by Bean in 1880. It belongs to the family Umbridae. It is commonly known as Alaska blackfish but has many other common names such as Alaska blackfish in USA (contiguous states), Dallia in Canada, Dalia a. czarna ryba in Poland, Alaska blackfish in Russian Federation, Dalliya in Russian Federation, Chernaya ryba in Russian Federation. more common names It is found in Fresh water.
Species   pectoralis
AuthorWI   Bean [T. H.]
AuthorNI   Bean
Qualification   ---
Year   1880
Status   Valid
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Esociformes Esociformes
Family   Umbridae
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Genus   Dallia
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Esociformes
Family   Umbridae
Genus   Dallia
Original Name   Dallia        
Taxon Name   pectoralis
Original Combination   Dallia pectoralis
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Dallia pectoralis
OriginalSubGenus   Dallia
Original Author   Bean
Original AuthorWI   Bean [T. H.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1880
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Saint Michael [Saint Michaels], Saint Michael Island, Alaska, U.S.A., Norton Sound, Bering Sea.
Types   Paralectotypes: (23) Acad. Sci. USSR [ex USNM 23498] (2); BMNH 1881.3.14.261 [ex USNM] (1), ?1883.12.14.155 [ex USNM 6661] (1); USNM 6661 (17), 23498 (5 of 6). Additional specimens: (14).
Primary Code   Lectotype
Primary Type   USNM 23498 (1 of now 6, ? one with tag)
Journal   Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus.
Citation   v. 2 (no. 100)
Page   358

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---

Current Genus Species Dallia pectoralis
Current Species pectoralis
Current Genus Dallia
Current AuthorWI Bean [T. H.]
Current AuthorNI Bean
Current Year 1880
Current Family Umbridae
Current Subfamily
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Habitat Freshwater.        
Water Fresh water
Habitat Notes Usually found in heavily vegetated swamps and ponds; occasionally in medium to large rivers and lakes with abundant vegetation.

Current Summary   Synonym of Dallia pectoralis  Bean 1890. Umbridae.
Name History   •Valid as Dallia pectoralis Bean 1880 -- (Berg 1948:455 [ref. 12882], Lee et al. 1980:127 [ref. 22416], Page & Burr 1991:59 [ref. 18983], Chereshnev 1996:601 [ref. 24659], Reshetnikov et al. 1997:734 [ref. 24702], Reshetnikov 1998:53 [ref. 23570], Scott & Crossman 1998:338 [ref. 24570], Gudkov 1998:252 [ref. 24675], Fuller et al. 1999:234 [ref. 25838], Chereshnev et al. 2001:49 [ref. 26736], Crossman & Ráb 2001:860 [ref. 25475], Bogutskaya et al. 2001:45 [ref. 26178], Mecklenburg et al. 2002:146 [ref. 25968], Nelson et al. 2004:84 [ref. 27807], Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:125 [ref. 28183], Scharpf 2006:21 [ref. 30386], Page & Burr 2011:376 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:87 [ref. 32708]).

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admirabilis Dallia admirabilis Chereshnev [I. A.] in Chereshnev & Balushkin 1980Valid
delicatissima Dallia delicatissima Smitt [F. A.] in Nordenskiöld 1881Synonym
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