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Rhinoscion epipercus
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Rhinoscion epipercus


Rhinoscion epipercus was originally described as Rhinoscion epipercus by Bleeker in 1863. It belongs to the family Sciaenidae. It is found in Fresh, Brackish and Salt water.
Species   epipercus
AuthorWI   Bleeker [P.]
AuthorNI   Bleeker
Qualification   ---
Year   1863
Status   Synonym
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Acanthuriformes Acanthuriformes
Family   Sciaenidae
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Genus   Rhinoscion
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Acanthuriformes
Family   Sciaenidae
Genus   Rhinoscion
Original Name   Rhinoscion        
Taxon Name   epipercus
Original Combination   Rhinoscion epipercus
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Rhinoscion epipercus
OriginalSubGenus   Rhinoscion
Original Author   Bleeker
Original AuthorWI   Bleeker [P.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1863
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Ashantee, Guinea.
Primary Code   Holotype (unique)
Primary Type   RMNH 687
Journal   Natuurk. Verh. Holland. Maatsch. Wet. Haarlem (Ser. 2)
Citation   v. 18
Page   64
Illustrations   Pl. 14

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---

Current Genus Species Pseudotolithus epipercus
Current Species epipercus
Current Genus Pseudotolithus
Current AuthorWI Bleeker [P.]
Current AuthorNI Bleeker
Current Year 1863
Current Family Sciaenidae
Current Subfamily
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Habitat freshwater, brackish, marine.        
Water Fresh, Brackish and Salt water

Current Summary   Synonym of Pseudotolithus epipercus  (Bleeker 1863). Sciaenidae.
Name History   •Valid as Pseudotolithus epipercus (Bleeker 1863) -- (Chao & Trewavas 1990:818 [ref. 18934], Vreven & Snoeks 2007:437 [ref. 30078], Chao in Carpenter & De Angelis 2016:2645 [ref. 34618]).

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