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Phenacoscorpius nebris


Phenacoscorpius nebris was originally described as Phenacoscorpius nebris by Eschmeyer in 1965. It belongs to the family Scorpaenidae and subfamily Scorpaeninae. It is commonly known as Short-tube scorpionfish and is known Short-tube scorpionfish in USA (contiguous states). more common names It is found in Salt water and its distribution is Western Atlantic.
Species   nebris
AuthorWI   Eschmeyer [W. N.]
AuthorNI   Eschmeyer
Qualification   ---
Year   1965
Status   Valid
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Scorpaeniformes Scorpaeniformes
Family   Scorpaenidae
Scorpaeninae Scorpaeninae
Genus   Phenacoscorpius
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Scorpaeniformes
Family   Scorpaenidae
Subfamily   Scorpaeninae
Genus   Phenacoscorpius
Original Name   Phenacoscorpius        
Taxon Name   nebris
Original Combination   Phenacoscorpius nebris
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Phenacoscorpius nebris
OriginalSubGenus   Phenacoscorpius
Original Author   Eschmeyer
Original AuthorWI   Eschmeyer [W. N.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1965
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   Scorpaeninae
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Peninsula de Guajira, Venezuela, 12°46'N, 70°59'W, Oregon station 4396, depth 190 fathoms.
Types   Paratypes: UF 216163 [ex UMML 16163] (2).
Primary Code   Holotype
Primary Type   USNM 231727 [ex 260470-F2 and ex UMML 14358]
Journal   Bull. Mar. Sci.
Citation   v. 15 (no. 3)
Page   523
Illustrations   Fig. 1

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Original QualificationSS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---

Current Genus Species Phenacoscorpius nebris
Current Species   nebris
Current Genus Phenacoscorpius
Current AuthorWI Eschmeyer [W. N.]
Current AuthorNI   Eschmeyer
Current Year   1965
Current Family Scorpaenidae
Current Subfamily
Scorpaeninae Scorpaeninae

Habitat bathydemersal        
Water Salt water
Habitat Notes Inhabits deep water.
Depth Range From 350 to 480 meters.
Distribution Western Atlantic.

Current Summary   Valid as Phenacoscorpius nebris  Eschmeyer 1965. Scorpaenidae: Scorpaeninae.
Name History   • Valid as Phenacoscorpius nebris  Eschmeyer 1965 -- (Eschmeyer 1969:52 [ref. 1274], Robins & Ray 1986:272 [ref. 23100], Mandrytsa 1992:13 [ref. 20774], Mandrytsa 1993:200 [ref. 20724], Mandrytsa 2001:277 [ref. 25636], Poss & Eschmeyer 2003:1244 [ref. 27048], Moura & Menezes in Menezes et al. 2003:72 [ref. 27192], McEachran & Fechhelm 2005:34 [ref. 28815], Motomura 2008:779 [ref. 30292]).

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adenensis Phenacoscorpius adenensis Norman [J. R.] 1939Valid
eschmeyeri Phenacoscorpius eschmeyeri Parin [N. V.] & Mandrytsa [S. A.] in Mandrytsa 1992Valid
longilineatus Phenacoscorpius longilineatus Motomura [H.], Causse [R.] & Struthers [C. D.] 2012Valid
longirostris Phenacoscorpius longirostris Motomura [H.] & Last [P. R.] 2009Valid
megalops Phenacoscorpius megalops Fowler [H. W.] 1938Valid
nebulosus Phenacoscorpius nebulosus Smith [J. L. B.] 1958Synonym
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