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Neosebastes entaxis

Jordan & Starks

Neosebastes entaxis was originally described as Neosebastes entaxis by Jordan & Starks in 1904. It belongs to the family Neosebastidae. It is commonly known as Orange-banded scorpionfish and is known Orange scorpion fish in Australia, Hirenagakasago in Japan. more common names It is found in Salt water.
Species   entaxis
AuthorWI   Jordan [D. S.] & Starks [E. C.]
AuthorNI   Jordan & Starks
Qualification   ---
Year   1904
Status   Valid
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Perciformes Perciformes
Family   Neosebastidae
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Genus   Neosebastes
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Perciformes
Family   Neosebastidae
Genus   Neosebastes
Original Name   Neosebastes        
Taxon Name   entaxis
Original Combination   Neosebastes entaxis
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Neosebastes entaxis
OriginalSubGenus   Neosebastes
Original Author   Jordan & Starks
Original AuthorWI   Jordan [D. S.] & Starks [E. C.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1904
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Misaki, Kanagawa, Japan.
Types   Paratypes: CAS-SU 7414 (1) [was to have been USNM 50906, never sent]
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:120 [ref. 12291].
Primary Code   Holotype
Primary Type   CAS-SU 7367
Journal   Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus.
Citation   v. 27 (no. 1351)
Page   120
Illustrations   Fig. 7

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---

Current Genus Species Neosebastes entaxis
Current Species entaxis
Current Genus Neosebastes
Current AuthorWI Jordan [D. S.] & Starks [E. C.]
Current AuthorNI Jordan & Starks
Current Year 1904
Current Family Neosebastidae
Current Subfamily
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Habitat Marine.        
Water Salt water

Current Summary   Valid as Neosebastes entaxis  Jordan & Starks 1904. Neosebastidae.
Name History   •Valid as Neosebastes entaxis Jordan & Starks 1904 -- (Shimizu in Masuda et al. 1984:315 [ref. 6441], Yatou in Okamura et al. 1985:573, 720 [ref. 8056], Paxton et al. 1989:444 [ref. 12442], Nakabo 2000:571 [ref. 25086], Poss in Randall & Lim 2000:605 [ref. 25122], Motomura et al. 2001:5 [ref. 25229], Hutchins 2001:27 [ref. 25847], Shinohara et al. 2001:314 [ref. 25995], Nakabo 2002:571 [ref. 26001], Motomura 2004:24 [ref. 28085], Shinohara et al. 2005:424 [ref. 28370], Motomura & Causse 2010:323 [ref. 31102], Motomura & Peristiwady 2012:31 [ref. 32396], Yoshikawa & Kai 2016:[1] [ref. 34734], Motomura et al. 2017:67 [ref. 35490]).

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ambigua Neosebastes ambigua (Klunzinger [C. B.] 1872)Synonym
bougainvillii Neosebastes bougainvillii (Cuvier [G.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1829)Valid
capricornis Neosebastes capricornis Motomura [H.] 2004Valid
incisipinnis Neosebastes incisipinnis Ogilby [J. D.] 1910Valid
johnsoni Neosebastes johnsoni Motomura [H.] 2004Valid
longirostris Neosebastes longirostris Motomura [H.] 2004Valid
multisquamus Neosebastes multisquamus Motomura [H.] 2004Valid
nigropunctatus Neosebastes nigropunctatus McCulloch [A. R.] 1915Valid
occidentalis Neosebastes occidentalis Motomura [H.] 2004Valid
pandus Neosebastes pandus (Richardson [J.] 1842)Valid
pantica Neosebastes pantica McCulloch [A. R.] & Waite [E. R.] 1918Synonym
scabriceps Neosebastes scabriceps (Whitley [G. P.] 1935)Synonym
scorpaenoides Neosebastes scorpaenoides Guichenot [A.] 1867Valid
thetidis Neosebastes thetidis (Waite [E. R.] 1899)Valid
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