Family Banjosidae - Banjofishes
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Actinopterygii
No. in FishBase
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Genera : 1 | Species : 3 Eschmeyer's Catalog of Fishes
  Environment
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Fresh : No | Brackish : No | Marine : Yes
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Marine
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none
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Marine, coastal. Distribution: China, southern Japan, and Korea. Deep and strongly compressed body. Head profile steep and nearly straight. No spines on operculum. Ten flattened spines in dorsal fin; soft rays 12. Three spines in anal fin, the second one produced; soft rays 7. Pelvic fin insertion behind base of pectoral fin. Slightly emarginate caudal fin. Lateral line uninterrupted and complete. Brownish or olive. Eight faint longitudinal dark bands. Attains about 30 cm maximum length. Suggested new common name for this family from Ref. 58418.
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Osteichthyes | Actinopterygii | Actinopteri | Neopterygii | Teleostei | Osteoglossocephalai | Clupeocephala | Euteleosteomorpha | Neoteleostei | Eurypterygia | Ctenosquamata | Acanthomorphata | Acanthopterygii | Percomorphaceae | Eupercaria | | | Pempheriformes | | | Banjosidae

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[ e.g. 9948]
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[ e.g. cephalopods]


Species/Synonymy list for the family Banjosidae as currently in FishBase

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This list uses some data from Catalog of Fishes (not shown but used to sort names).

In the column CofF, the digit indicates the status of synchronization with CofF: 0: Not checked; 1: Same status;   2: Different status;   3: Other combination;   4: Synonym in CofF;   5: Species/Subspecies issue;   6: Synonym of another species in CofF;   7: Not in CofF;   8: Should not be in CofF. The CofF version currently used is the one published on 23-07-2014 (Ref. 97102).

The list ordered as follows:

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Scientifc name Status Senior/Junior synonym Combination CofF
Banjos banjos (Richardson, 1846)
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Banjos banjos banjos (Richardson, 1846)
synonymseniorchange in rank
Banjos banjos brevispinis Matsunuma & Motomura, 2017
synonymjuniororiginal2
Anoplus banjos Richardson, 1846
synonymseniororiginal2
Banjos typus Bleeker, 1876
synonymjuniororiginal2
Banjos aculeatus Matsunuma & Motomura, 2017
acceptedseniororiginal2
Banjos peregrinus Matsunuma & Motomura, 2017
acceptedseniororiginal2
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