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Habitat

Depth range based on 19 specimens in 8 taxa.
Water temperature and chemistry ranges based on 5 samples.

Environmental ranges
  Depth range (m): 6.5 - 130
  Temperature range (°C): 15.276 - 24.820
  Nitrate (umol/L): 0.149 - 1.972
  Salinity (PPS): 35.284 - 35.648
  Oxygen (ml/l): 4.664 - 5.626
  Phosphate (umol/l): 0.104 - 0.233
  Silicate (umol/l): 0.831 - 3.310

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Depth range (m): 6.5 - 130

Temperature range (°C): 15.276 - 24.820

Nitrate (umol/L): 0.149 - 1.972

Salinity (PPS): 35.284 - 35.648

Oxygen (ml/l): 4.664 - 5.626

Phosphate (umol/l): 0.104 - 0.233

Silicate (umol/l): 0.831 - 3.310
 
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Statistics of barcoding coverage

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Specimen Records: 6
Specimens with Sequences: 6
Specimens with Barcodes: 6
Species: 5
Species With Barcodes: 5
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Hypoplectrodes

Hypoplectrodes is a genus of fish belonging to the anthia subfamily (Anthiinae). It contains eight species; six of which are endemic to Australia, with one species endemic to New Zealand, and another found in the southeastern Pacific Ocean.

Taxonomy[edit]

The genus Hypoplectrodes was first established by the American ichthyologist Theodore Gill in 1862.[3] Gill originally merely assigned a type species (Plectropoma nigrorobrum) to the genus but did not include a diagnosis of its characteristics. As a result, some later taxonomists rejected the name.[2][4]

Notably, the British zoologist George Albert Boulenger in the first volume of his Catalogue of the Perciform Fishes in the British Museum acknowledged Gill's earlier name. But because of the absence of a diagnosis, Boulenger instead preferred to use the later name Gilbertia, coined by the American ichthyologists David Starr Jordan and Carl H. Eigenmann in 1890. Both Jordan and Eigenmann where unaware of Gill's earlier paper and had used a different species as the type. In 1896, after reading Boulenger's book, Gill admitted to not including a diagnosis in his original paper and that he had indeed even forgotten that he had ever named the genus. But he clarified that a diagnosis for Hypoplectrodes had actually been published in an 1871 paper by the Cuban zoologist Felipe Poey, which Gill had provided via personal correspondence in response to a request by the former author. Thus the name Hypoplectrodes was still valid. Gill also pointed out that the name Gilbertia was also used in 1891 for a genus of moths (now valid as Walsinghamiella).[4][5]

Despite this, most authors continued to use the name Gilbertia in accordance with Boulenger's more widely known book. Though Hypoplectrodes was also used, it was then considered a monotypic genus and only contained Hypoplectrodes nigroruber (the species Gill used as type). In 1927, the Australian ichthyologist Gilbert P. Whitley (who was also unaware of Gill's 1896 paper) pointed out that the fish genus Gilbertia, as with the moth, were both invalidated by an earlier usage of the name Gilbertia for a genus of molluscs. Whitley proposed the replacement name of Ellerkeldia.[2][6]

In 1989, the American ichthyologist William D. Anderson, Jr. and the South African ichthyologist Phillip C. Heemstra synonymized the genus Scopularia (established in 1959 for Scopularia rubra - now accepted as Hypoplectrodes semicinctum) with Whitley's Ellerkeldia. In doing so, they also discovered that Ellerkeldia was actually a junior synonym of Hypoplectrodes. They published a revised diagnosis of the genus in 1989. The genus is now valid under the name Hypoplectrodes.[2]

Hypoplectrodes is classified under the subfamily Anthiinae of the family Serranidae. It is closely related to the genus Plectranthias.[1][2]

Description[edit]

Members of the genus Hypoplectrodes are characterized by the absence of scales on the maxilla, one to three antrorse spines on the preopercle of the gill cover, three predorsal bones, and 26 to 28 vertebrae (usually 27, only very rarely 26). Supramaxillae are also usually present.[2]

Species and distribution[edit]

There are eight species currently classified under Hypoplectrodes. They are listed below, along with their common names (if present) and distribution:[1][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Nicolas Bailly (2013). "Hypoplectrodes". In Nicolas Bailly. FishBase. World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved September 27, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f William D. Anderson, Jr. & Phillip C. Heemstra (1989). "Ellerkeldia, a junior synonym of Hypoplectrodes, with redescriptions of the type species of the genera (Pisces: Serranidae: Anthiinae)". Proceedings of The Biological Society of Washington 102: 1001–1017. 
  3. ^ Theodore Gill (1862). "Remarks on the relations of the genera and other groups of Cuban fishes". Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 14: 235–242. 
  4. ^ a b Theodore Gill (1896). "Note on Plectroplites and Hypoplectrodes, genera of serranoid fishes". Proceedings of the United States National Museum 18 (1082): 567–568. doi:10.5479/si.00963801.18-1082.567. 
  5. ^ David Starr Jordan (1963). The Genera of Fishes and a Classification of Fishes. Stanford University Press. p. 452. ISBN 9780804702010. 
  6. ^ José R. Rojas & Germán Pequeño (1998). "Serranid fishes of the Alejandro Selkirk Island, Archipelago of Juan Fernandez, Chile (Pisces: Serranidae): Ichthyogeographic analysis". Investigaciones Marinas, Valparaíso (in Spanish) 26: 41–58. doi:10.4067/S0717-71781998002600005. 
  7. ^ "Hypoplectrodes". FishBase. Retrieved September 27, 2013. 
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