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Entosphenus similis

Vladykov & Kott

Entosphenus similis was originally described as Entosphenus similis by Vladykov & Kott in 1979. It belongs to the family Petromyzontidae. It is commonly known as Klamath lamprey. It is found in Fresh water.
Species   similis
AuthorWI   Vladykov [V. D.] & Kott [E.]
AuthorNI   Vladykov & Kott
Qualification   ---
Year   1979
Status   Valid
Petromyzontida Petromyzontida
Petromyzontiformes Petromyzontiformes
Family   Petromyzontidae
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Genus   Entosphenus
Subgenus   ---

Class   Petromyzontida
Order   Petromyzontiformes
Family   Petromyzontidae
Genus   Entosphenus
Original Name   Entosphenus        
Taxon Name   similis
Original Combination   Entosphenus similis
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Entosphenus similis
OriginalSubGenus   Entosphenus
Original Author   Vladykov & Kott
Original AuthorWI   Vladykov [V. D.] & Kott [E.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1979
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Klamath River, California, U.S.A.
Types   Paratypes: OS 2902 (1); CAS-SU 28783 (5), 35555 (10); and 12 other type-specimens.
Primary Code   Holotype
Primary Type   NMC 1975-1550
Journal   Can. J. Zool.
Citation   v. 57 (no. 4)
Page   809
Illustrations   fig'd

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---

Current Genus Species Entosphenus similis
Current Species similis
Current Genus Entosphenus
Current AuthorWI Vladykov [V. D.] & Kott [E.]
Current AuthorNI Vladykov & Kott
Current Year 1979
Current Family Petromyzontidae
Current Subfamily
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Habitat Freshwater.        
Water Fresh water

Current Summary   Valid as Entosphenus similis  Vladykov & Kott 1979. Petromyzontidae.
Name History   •Valid as Lampetra similis (Vladykov & Kott 1979) -- (Lee et al. 1980:33 [ref. 22416], Page & Burr 1991:21 [ref. 18983], Lorion et al. 2000:1019 [ref. 25020], Moyle 2002:100 [ref. 26449], Nelson et al. 2004:48 [ref. 27807], Scharpf 2005:6 [ref. 28940]). •Valid as Entosphenus similis Vladykov & Kott 1979 -- (Yamazaki & Goto 2000:8 [ref. 24514], Lang et al. 2009:48 [ref. 31599], Page & Burr 2011:128 [ref. 31215], Renaud 2011:34 [ref. 31770], Page et al. 2013:48 [ref. 32708]).

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epihexodon Entosphenus epihexodon Gill [T. N.] 1862Synonym
folletti Entosphenus folletti Vladykov [V. D.] & Kott [E.] 1976Valid
hubbsi Entosphenus hubbsi Vladykov [V. D.] & Kott [E.] 1976Synonym
japonicus Entosphenus japonicus (Martens [E. von] 1868)Synonym
kessleri Entosphenus kessleri (Anikin [V. P.] 1905)Synonym
lethophagus Entosphenus lethophagus (Hubbs [C. L.] 1971)Valid
macrostomus Entosphenus macrostomus (Beamish [R. J.] 1982)Synonym
minimus Entosphenus minimus (Bond [C. E.] & Kan [T. T.] 1973)Valid
reissneri Entosphenus reissneri (Dybowski [B. N.] 1869)Synonym
tridentatus Entosphenus tridentatus (Richardson [J.] (ex Gairdner) 1836)Valid
tridentatus ciliatus Entosphenus tridentatus ciliatus Ayres [W. O.] 1855Synonym
tridentatus tridentatus Entosphenus tridentatus tridentatus (Richardson [J.] (ex Gairdner) 1837)Synonym
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