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Dionda couchi

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Dionda couchi was originally described as Dionda couchi by Girard in 1856. It belongs to the family Cyprinidae and subfamily Leuciscinae. It is found in Fresh water and its distribution is Atlantic Slope of Mexico.
Species   couchi
AuthorWI   Girard [C. F.]
AuthorNI   Girard
Qualification   ---
Year   1856
Status   Synonym
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Cypriniformes Cypriniformes
Family   Cyprinidae
Subfamily  
Leuciscinae Leuciscinae
Genus   Dionda
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Cypriniformes
Family   Cyprinidae
Subfamily   Leuciscinae
Genus   Dionda
Original Name   Dionda        
Taxon Name   couchi
Original Combination   Dionda couchi
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Dionda couchi
OriginalSubGenus   Dionda
Original Author   Girard
Original AuthorWI   Girard [C. F.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1856
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Leuciscinae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Río San Juan, Guajuco, Monterey and Cadereita, Nuevo Leon State, Mexico.
Types   Syntypes: ANSP 5069 (1), MCZ 1780 [ex USNM 40] (1); USNM 40 (orig. 4, should be 3, now 0), 41 (orig. 5, now 4, plus 1 pair pharyngeal arches as #2654), 42 (orig. 1, now 0, 1 pair pharyngeal arches as #2655).
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Böhlke 1984:74 [ref. 13621], Gilbert 1998:66 [ref. 23395].
Primary Code   ---
Journal   Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.
Citation   v. 8
Page   178 [14]

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Original QualificationSS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---


Current Genus Species Dionda melanops
Current Species   melanops
Current Genus Dionda
Current AuthorWI Girard [C. F.]
Current AuthorNI   Girard
Current Year   1856
Current Family Cyprinidae
Current Subfamily
Leuciscinae Leuciscinae

       
Water Fresh water
   
Distribution Atlantic Slope of Mexico.

Current Summary   Synonym of Dionda melanops  Girard 1856. Cyprinidae: Leuciscinae.
 
Name History   • Synonym of Dionda episcopa  Girard 1856 -- (Lee et al. 1980:154 [ref. 22416]). • Valid as Dionda couchi  Girard 1856 -- (Miller 2006:115 [ref. 28615]). • Synonym of Dionda melanops  Girard 1856 -- (Gilbert 1998:66 [ref. 23395], Schönhuth et al. 2008:738 [ref. 29831]).

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argentosa Dionda argentosa Girard [C. F.] 1856Valid
catostomops Dionda catostomops Hubbs [C. L.] & Miller [R. R.] 1977Synonym
chrysitis Dionda chrysitis Girard [C. F.] 1856Synonym
civilis Dionda civilis (Cope [E. D.] 1885)Synonym
diaboli Dionda diaboli Hubbs [Clark L.] & Brown [W. H.] 1957Valid
dichroma Dionda dichroma Hubbs [C. L.] & Miller [R. R.] 1977Synonym
episcopa Dionda episcopa Girard [C. F.] 1856Valid
erimyzonops Dionda erimyzonops Hubbs [C. L.] & Miller [R. R.] 1974Synonym
grisea Dionda grisea Girard [C. F.] 1858Synonym
ipni Dionda ipni (Álvarez [J.] & Navarro [L.] 1953)Synonym
mandibularis Dionda mandibularis Contreras-Balderas [S.] & Verduzco-Martínez [J.] 1977Synonym
melanops Dionda melanops Girard [C. F.] 1856Valid
nigrotaeniata Dionda nigrotaeniata (Cope [E. D.] 1880)Valid
papalis Dionda papalis Girard [C. F.] 1856Synonym
plumbea Dionda plumbea Girard [C. F.] 1856Synonym
punctifer Dionda punctifer (Garman [S.] 1881)Synonym
rasconis Dionda rasconis (Jordan [D. S.] & Snyder [J. O.] 1899)Synonym
serena Dionda serena Girard [C. F.] 1856Valid
spadicea Dionda spadicea Girard [C. F.] 1856Synonym
texensis Dionda texensis Girard [C. F.] 1856Synonym
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