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Leptobarbus hoevenii

(Bleeker 1851)
  

Leptobarbus hoevenii was originally described as Barbus hoevenii by Bleeker in 1851. It belongs to the family Centrarchidae and subfamily Leptobarbinae. It is commonly known as Hoven's carp but has many other common names such as in USA (contiguous states) as Mad barb, in Philippines as Golden shark, in Cambodia as Trey chrawlang, in Finland as Siaminbarbi, in Lao, Pop. Dem. Rep. as Pa phong long. more common names It is found in Fresh water and its distribution is Southeastern Asia.
Species   hoevenii
AuthorWI   Bleeker [P.]
AuthorNI   Bleeker
Qualification   ---
Year   1851
Status   Valid
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Perciformes Perciformes
Family   Centrarchidae
Subfamily  
Leptobarbinae Leptobarbinae
Genus   Leptobarbus
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Perciformes
Family   Centrarchidae
Subfamily   Leptobarbinae
Genus   Leptobarbus
Original Name   Barbus        
Taxon Name   hoevenii
Original Combination   Barbus hoevenii
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Barbus hoevenii
OriginalSubGenus   Barbus
Original Author   Bleeker
Original AuthorWI   Bleeker [P.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1851
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Leptobarbinae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Bandjarmasin, Borneo, Indonesia.
Types   Paralectotypes and Bleeker specimens: BMNH 1866.5.2.213 (1), MNHN 0000-3853 (2), NMV 46304 (1); RMNH 2091 (1), 10474 [ex 7035] (4).
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Bertin & Estève 1948:48 [ref. 19574].
Primary Code   Lectotype
Primary Type   RMNH 7035
Journal   Natuurkd. Tijdschr. Neder. Indië
Citation   v. 2
Page   207

SubSpecies AuthorWI   ---
Qualification SS   ---

Original QualificationSS   ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI   ---


Current Genus Species   Leptobarbus aphya
Current Species   aphya
Current Genus   Leptobarbus
Current AuthorWI   Günther [A.]
Current AuthorNI   Günther
Current Year   1851
Current Family   Centrarchidae
Current Subfamily  
Leptobarbinae Leptobarbinae

       
Water Fresh water
   
Distribution Southeastern Asia.

Current Summary   Valid as Leptobarbus hoevenii  (Bleeker 1851). Cyprinidae: Leptobarbinae.
 
Name History   • Valid as Leptobarbus hoevenii  (Bleeker 1851) -- (Roberts 1989:41 [ref. 6439], Kottelat et al. 1993:37 [ref. 23448], Kottelat & Lim 1995:230 [ref. 23210], Rainboth 1996: [ref. 22772] as hoveveni, Doi 1997:7 [ref. 22832] as hoeveni, Vu & Nguyen 1997:27 [ref. 26438], Kottelat 2001:58 [ref. 25780], Grinang & Lim 2004:288 [ref. 28551], Kottelat & Widjanarti 2005:150 [ref. 28284], Tan & Kottelat 2009:39 [ref. 30261]).

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hosii Leptobarbus hosii (Regan [C. T.] 1906)Valid
melanopterus Leptobarbus melanopterus Weber [M.] & de Beaufort [L. F.] 1916Valid
melanotaenia Leptobarbus melanotaenia Boulenger [G. A.] 1894Valid
pingi Leptobarbus pingi Tchang [T.-L.] 1930Synonym
rubripinna Leptobarbus rubripinna (Fowler [H. W.] 1937)Valid
tchangi Leptobarbus tchangi Pellegrin [J.] & Chevey [P.] 1936Synonym
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