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Maulisia mauli


Maulisia mauli was originally described as Maulisia mauli by Parr in 1960. It belongs to the family Platytroctidae. It is commonly known as Maul's searsid but has many other common names such as in Australia as Maul’s tubeshoulder , in Japan as Mauru-iwashi, in South Africa as Maul's searsid, in Denmark as Mauls skulderlysfisk, in Iceland as Njarðarangi. more common names It is found in Salt water and its distribution is Circumglobal, except Polar waters.
Species   mauli
AuthorWI   Parr [A. E.]
AuthorNI   Parr
Qualification   ---
Year   1960
Status   Valid
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Alepocephaliformes Alepocephaliformes
Family   Platytroctidae
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Genus   Maulisia
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Alepocephaliformes
Family   Platytroctidae
Genus   Maulisia
Original Name   Maulisia        
Taxon Name   mauli
Original Combination   Maulisia mauli
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Maulisia mauli
OriginalSubGenus   Maulisia
Original Author   Parr
Original AuthorWI   Parr [A. E.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1960
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Off Madeira (stomach content).
Primary Code   Holotype (unique)
Primary Type   MMF 9594
Journal   Dana Rep.
Citation   No. 51
Page   82
Illustrations   Figs. 56-60

SubSpecies AuthorWI   ---
Qualification SS   ---

Original QualificationSS   ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI   ---

Current Genus Species   Maulisia mauli
Current Species   mauli
Current Genus   Maulisia
Current AuthorWI   Parr [A. E.]
Current AuthorNI   Parr
Current Year   1960
Current Family   Platytroctidae
Current Subfamily  
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Habitat   bathypelagic        
Water   Salt water
Habitat Notes   Also mesopelagic.
Depth Range   From 400 to 1000 meters.
Distribution   Circumglobal, except Polar waters.

Current Summary   Valid as Maulisia mauli  Parr 1960. Platytroctidae.
Name History   • Valid as Maulisia mauli  Parr 1960 -- (Krefft 1973:96 [ref. 7166], Sazonov & Trunov 1978:95 [ref. 8882], Shimizu in Uyeno et al. 1983:129 [ref. 14275], Quéro et al. in Whitehead et al. 1984:261 [ref. 13675], Matsui & Rosenblatt 1987:91 [ref. 10670], Paxton et al. 1989:212 [ref. 12442], Pequeño 1989:34 [ref. 14125], Quéro et al. 1990:268 [ref. 14648], Nakamura & Okamura in Okamura et al. 1995:83 [ref. 22531], Fricke 1999:86 [ref. 24106], Sazonov 1999:1895 [ref. 24740], Hutchins 2001:19 [ref. 25847], Carter & Hartel 2003:880 [ref. 27000], Paxton et al. 2006:381 [ref. 28995], Møller et al. 2010:26 [ref. 31169]).

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acuticeps Maulisia acuticeps Sazonov [Yu. I.] 1976Valid
argipalla Maulisia argipalla Matsui [T.] & Rosenblatt [R. H.] 1979Valid
isaacsi Maulisia (Aphanichthys) isaacsi Matsui [T.] & Rosenblatt [R. H.] 1987Synonym
isaacsi Maulisia isaacsi Matsui [T.] & Rosenblatt [R. H.] 1987Valid
microlepis Maulisia microlepis Sazonov [Yu. I.] & Golovan [G. A.] 1976Valid
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