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Homostolus acer

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Homostolus acer was originally described as Homostolus acer by Smith & Radcliffe in 1913. It belongs to the family Ophidiidae and subfamily Neobythitinae. It is commonly known as Itohiki-itachiuo and is known in Australia as Filament cusk , in Japan as Itohiki-itachiuo. more common names It is found in Salt water and its distribution is Western Pacific and southeastern Indian Ocean off Australia.
Species   acer
AuthorWI   Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.]
AuthorNI   Smith & Radcliffe
Qualification   in Radcliffe
Year   1913
Status   Valid
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Ophidiiformes Ophidiiformes
Family   Ophidiidae
Subfamily  
Neobythitinae Neobythitinae
Genus   Homostolus
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Ophidiiformes
Family   Ophidiidae
Subfamily   Neobythitinae
Genus   Homostolus
Original Name   Homostolus        
Taxon Name   acer
Original Combination   Homostolus acer
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Homostolus acer
OriginalSubGenus   Homostolus
Original Author   Smith & Radcliffe
Original AuthorWI   Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.]
Original Qualification   in Radcliffe
Original Year   1913
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Neobythitinae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Iligan Bay, Mindanao, 8°17'24"N, 124°11'42"E, Philippines, Albatross station 5508, depth 270 fathoms.
Primary Code   Holotype
Primary Type   USNM 74132
Journal   Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus.
Citation   v. 44 (no. 1948)
Page   147
Illustrations   Pl. 8 (fig. 3)

SubSpecies AuthorWI   ---
Qualification SS   ---

Original QualificationSS   ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI   ---


Current Genus Species   Homostolus acer
Current Species   acer
Current Genus   Homostolus
Current AuthorWI   Smith [H. M.] & Radcliffe [L.]
Current AuthorNI   Smith & Radcliffe
Current Year   1913
Current Family   Ophidiidae
Current Subfamily  
Neobythitinae Neobythitinae

Habitat   demersal        
Water   Salt water
Habitat Notes   Occurs at depths of 400 to 700 m.
   
Distribution   Western Pacific and southeastern Indian Ocean off Australia.

Current Summary   Valid as Homostolus acer  Smith & Radcliffe 1913. Ophidiidae: Neobythitinae.
 
Name History   • Valid as Homostolus acer  Smith & Radcliffe 1913 -- (Machida & Okamura 1992:343 [ref. 19823], Nielsen & Cohen in Nielsen et al. 1999:68 [ref. 24448], Nielsen 1999:1981 [ref. 24753], Nakabo 2000:444 [ref. 25086], Nielsen in Randall & Lim 2000:596 [ref. 25122], Hutchins 2001:23 [ref. 25847], Shinohara et al. 2001:307 [ref. 25995], Nakabo 2002:444 [ref. 26001], Hoese et al. 2006:561 [ref. 29051], Fricke et al. 2011:366 [ref. 31242]).

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