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Theraps lentiginosus

(Steindachner 1864)

Theraps lentiginosus was originally described as Heros lentiginosus by Steindachner in 1864. It belongs to the family Cichlidae. It is commonly known as Palenque cichlid and is known in USA (contiguous states) as Palenque cichlid, in USA (contiguous states) as mojarra de Palenque. more common names It is found in Fresh water and its distribution is Atlantic Slope of Guatemala and Mexico.
Species   lentiginosus
AuthorWI   Steindachner [F.]
AuthorNI   Steindachner
Qualification   ---
Year   1864
Status   Valid
Class   Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order   Cichliformes Cichliformes
Family   Cichlidae
Subfamily   --- ---
Genus   Theraps
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Cichliformes
Family   Cichlidae
Genus   Theraps
Original Name   Heros        
Taxon Name   lentiginosus
Original Combination   Heros lentiginosus
Original Genus   Heros
Original Genus Species   Heros lentiginosus
OriginalSubGenus   Heros
Original Author   Steindachner
Original AuthorWI   Steindachner [F.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1864
Original Family   Cichlidae
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Mexico.
Primary Code   ---
Page   62 [6]
Illustrations   Pl. 3 (fig. 1)

SubSpecies AuthorWI   ---
Qualification SS   ---

Original QualificationSS   ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI   ---

Current Genus Species   Rheoheros lentiginosus
Current Species   lentiginosus
Current Genus   Rheoheros
Current AuthorWI   Steindachner [F.]
Current AuthorNI   Steindachner
Current Year   1864
Current Family   Cichlidae
Current Subfamily   --- ---

Water   Fresh water
Distribution   Atlantic Slope of Guatemala and Mexico.

Current Summary   Valid as Rheoheros lentiginosus  (Steindachner 1864). Cichlidae: Cichlinae.
Name History   • Valid as Cichlasoma lentiginosum  (Steindachner 1864) -- (Conkel 1993:158 [ref. 22949], Espinosa Pérez et al. 1993:68 [ref. 22290], Nelson et al. 2004:152 [ref. 27807]). • Valid as Theraps lentiginosus  (Steindachner 1864) -- (Burgess 2000:50 [ref. 24818], Kullander in Reis et al. 2003:643 [ref. 27061], Miller 2006:374 [ref. 28615], McMahan et al. 2010:1299 [ref. 31111], Page et al. 2013:157 [ref. 32708]).

Common Names  Common Names
Places  Places
Hierarchy  Hierarchy
First Publication  First Publication
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belone Theraps belone Allgayer [R.] 1989Synonym
bocourti Theraps bocourti (Vaillant [L. L.] & Pellegrin [J.] 1902)Valid
coeruleus Rheoheros coeruleus (Stawikowski [R.] & Werner [U.] 1987)Valid
coeruleus Theraps coeruleus Stawikowski [R.] & Werner [U.] 1987Synonym
godmanni Theraps godmanni (Günther [A.] 1862)Valid
heterospilus Theraps heterospilus (Hubbs [C. L.] 1936)Valid
intermedius Theraps intermedius (Günther [A.] 1862)Valid
irregularis Theraps irregularis Günther [A.] 1862Valid
microphthalmus Theraps microphthalmus (Günther [A.] 1862)Valid
nourissati Theraps nourissati Allgayer [R.] 1989Synonym
nourissati Wajpamheros nourissati (Allgayer [R.] 1989)Valid
pearsei Theraps pearsei (Hubbs [C. L.] 1936)Valid
rheophilus Theraps rheophilus Seegers [L.] & Staeck [W.] 1985Synonym
terrabae Theraps terrabae Jordan [D. S.] & Evermann [B. W.] 1927Synonym
ufermanni Theraps ufermanni (Allgayer [R.] 2002)Valid
underwoodi Theraps underwoodi (Regan [C. T.] 1908)Synonym
wesseli Chortiheros wesseli (Miller [R. R.] 1996)Valid
wesseli Theraps wesseli Miller [R. R.] 1996Synonym
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