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Notropis mekistocholas

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Notropis mekistocholas was originally described as Notropis mekistocholas by Snelson in 1971. It belongs to the family Cyprinidae and subfamily Leuciscinae. It is commonly known as Cape Fear shiner and is known in USA (contiguous states) as Cape Fear shiner, in USA (contiguous states) as Cape Fear shiner. more common names It is found in Fresh water and its distribution is North Carolina, U.S.A.
Species   mekistocholas
AuthorWI   Snelson [F. F., Jr.]
AuthorNI   Snelson
Qualification   ---
Year   1971
Status   Valid
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Cypriniformes Cypriniformes
Family   Cyprinidae
Subfamily  
Leuciscinae Leuciscinae
Genus   Notropis
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Cypriniformes
Family   Cyprinidae
Subfamily   Leuciscinae
Genus   Notropis
Original Name   Notropis        
Taxon Name   mekistocholas
Original Combination   Notropis mekistocholas
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Notropis mekistocholas
OriginalSubGenus   Notropis
Original Author   Snelson
Original AuthorWI   Snelson [F. F., Jr.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1971
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Leuciscinae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Rocky River, N.C. highway 902 bridge, Cape Fear River drainage, Chatham County, North Carolina, U.S.A.
Types   Paratypes: CUMV 64397 (7), TU 63272 (7), UF 17303 (7), UMMZ 197680 (7, 2 c&s), USNM 205300 (8). Other material: NCSM (11 lots, 180 specimens).
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Gilbert 1974:113 [ref. 21035], Gilbert 1978:61 [ref. 7042], Bart & Taylor 1993:43 [ref. 20906], Gilbert 1998:112 [ref. 23395].
Primary Code   Holotype
Primary Type   USNM 205299 [ex NCSM 4928]
Journal   Copeia
Citation   1971 (no. 3)
Page   451
Illustrations   Figs. 1A-B, 2A-B

SubSpecies AuthorWI   ---
Qualification SS   ---

Original QualificationSS   ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI   ---


Current Genus Species   Notropis mekistocholas
Current Species   mekistocholas
Current Genus   Notropis
Current AuthorWI   Snelson [F. F., Jr.]
Current AuthorNI   Snelson
Current Year   1971
Current Family   Cyprinidae
Current Subfamily  
Leuciscinae Leuciscinae

Habitat demersal        
Water Fresh water
Habitat Notes Inhabits sandy and rocky pools and runs of small to medium rivers. Highly specialized detritus and plant eating species. With long coiled dark gut, a feature it shares with no other shiner but Notropis nubilus; dark peritoneum (Ref. 5723).
   
Distribution North Carolina, U.S.A.

Current Summary   Valid as Notropis mekistocholas  Snelson 1971. Cyprinidae: Leuciscinae.
 
Name History   • Valid as Notropis mekistocholas  Snelson 1971 -- (Gilbert 1978:61 [ref. 7042], Lee et al. 1980:287 [ref. 22416], Page & Burr 1991:152 [ref. 18983], Warren et al. 1994:879 [ref. 22062], Gilbert 1998:112 [ref. 23395], Nelson et al. 2004:75 [ref. 27807], Scharpf 2005:30 [ref. 28940], Page & Burr 2011:285 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:75 [ref. 32708]).

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abbotti Notropis abbotti Fowler [H. W.] 1904Synonym
acutus Notropis acutus (Lapham [I. A.] 1854)Synonym
aeneolus Notropis aeneolus Hay [O. P.] 1887Synonym
aguirrepequenoi Notropis aguirrepequenoi Contreras-Balderas [S.] & Rivera-Teillery [R.] 1973Valid
alabamae Notropis alabamae Jordan [D. S.] & Meek [S. E.] 1884Synonym
albeolus Notropis albeolus Eigenmann [C. H.] & Eigenmann [R. S.] 1893Synonym
albeolus Notropis albeolus Jordan [D. S.] 1889Synonym
albizonatus Notropis albizonatus Warren [M. L., Jr.] & Burr [B. M.] in Warren, Burr & Grady 1994Valid
alborus Notropis alborus Hubbs [C. L.] & Raney [E. C.] 1947Valid
alegnotus Notropis alegnotus Snelson [F. F., Jr.] 1972Synonym
aletes Notropis aletes (Jordan [D. S.] & Evermann [B. W.] 1927)Synonym
altipinnis Notropis altipinnis (Cope [E. D.] 1870)Valid
altipinnis chowanus Notropis altipinnis chowanus Hubbs [C. L.] & Raney [E. C.] 1948Synonym
altipinnis neusensis Notropis altipinnis neusensis Hubbs [C. L.] & Raney [E. C.] 1948Synonym
altipinnis tarensis Notropis altipinnis tarensis Hubbs [C. L.] & Raney [E. C.] 1948Synonym
altipinnis whitei Notropis altipinnis whitei Hubbs [C. L.] & Raney [E. C.] 1948Synonym
altipinnis wrighti Notropis altipinnis wrighti Hubbs [C. L.] & Raney [E. C.] 1948Synonym
amabilis Notropis amabilis (Girard [C. F.] 1856)Valid
amblops Notropis amblops (Rafinesque [C. S.] 1820)Synonym
amecae Notropis amecae Chernoff [B.] & Miller [R. R.] 1986Valid
ammophilus Notropis ammophilus Suttkus [R. D.] & Boschung [H. T.] 1990Valid
amnis Notropis amnis Hubbs [C. L.] & Greene [C. W.] in Hubbs 1951Synonym
amnis pinnosa Notropis amnis pinnosa Hubbs [C. L.] & Bonham [K.] in Hubbs 1951Synonym
amoenus Notropis amoenus (Abbott [C. C.] 1874)Valid
amplamala Notropis amplamala Pera [T. P.] & Armbruster [J. W.] 2006Valid
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