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Meadia abyssale

(Kamohara 1938)

Meadia abyssale was originally described as Dysomma abyssale by Kamohara in 1938. It belongs to the family Synaphobranchidae and subfamily Ilyophinae. It is found in Salt water.
Species   abyssale
AuthorWI   Kamohara [T.]
AuthorNI   Kamohara
Qualification   ---
Year   1938
Status   Synonym
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Anguilliformes Anguilliformes
Family   Synaphobranchidae
Ilyophinae Ilyophinae
Genus   Meadia
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Anguilliformes
Family   Synaphobranchidae
Subfamily   Ilyophinae
Genus   Meadia
Original Name   Dysomma        
Taxon Name   abyssale
Original Combination   Dysomma abyssale
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Dysomma abyssale
OriginalSubGenus   Dysomma
Original Author   Kamohara
Original AuthorWI   Kamohara [T.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1938
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Ilyophinae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Sagami Sea, Japan.
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Kamohara 1961:2 [ref. 19282] as original type missing, Ibarra & Stewart 1987:33 [ref. 12367].
Primary Code   Neotype
Primary Type   FMNH 76869
Page   12
Illustrations   Fig. 3

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---

Current Genus Species Meadia abyssalis
Current Species abyssalis
Current Genus Meadia
Current AuthorWI Kamohara [T.]
Current AuthorNI Kamohara
Current Year 1938
Current Family Synaphobranchidae
Current Subfamily
Ilyophinae Ilyophinae

Habitat Marine.        
Water Salt water

Current Summary   Synonym of Meadia abyssalis  (Kamohara 1938). Synaphobranchidae: Ilyophinae.
Name History   •Valid as Meadia abyssalis (Kamohara 1938) -- (Ida in Okamura et al. 1982:59, 317 [ref. 8256], Asano in Masuda et al. 1984:27 [ref. 6441], Machida in Okamura & Kitajima 1984:81, 315 [ref. 8057] as abyssale, Robins & Robins 1989:240 [ref. 13287], Mok et al. 1991:44 [ref. 19973], Quéro & Saldanha 1995:69 [ref. 22017], Fricke 1999:60 [ref. 24106], Smith 1999:1661 [ref. 24661], Nakabo 2000:213 [ref. 25086], Chen & Mok 2001:79 [ref. 25465] as abyssale, Shinohara et al. 2001:292 [ref. 25995], Nakabo 2002:213 [ref. 26001], Karmovskaya 2003:440 [ref. 27168], Shinohara et al. 2005:400 [ref. 28370], Mundy 2005:129 [ref. 28379], Melo 2007:315 [ref. 29141], Fricke et al. 2009:18 [ref. 30213], Fricke et al. 2011:351 [ref. 31242], Shinohara et al. 2014:236 [ref. 33330], Ho et al. 2015:179 [ref. 34130], Smith & Stewart 2015:245 [ref. 34234]).

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abyssalis Meadia abyssalis (Kamohara [T.] 1938)Valid
minor Meadia minor --- 2021Valid
roseni Meadia roseni Mok [H.-K.], Lee [C.-Y.] & Chan [H.-J.] 1991Valid
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