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Auriglobus

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Auriglobus is a genus of freshwater pufferfishes native to Southeast Asia. They generally resemble Chonerhinos, but are considerably smaller, only reaching up to 13 cm (5.1 in) in length, and are more strongly associated with freshwater.[1][2] The different Auriglobus species are very similar in appearance — greenish-golden or yellowish-golden above and pale below — but can be separated by morphometrics and meristics.[2] Until 1999, the Auriglobus species were included in Chonerhinos.[3]

Species

There are five recognized species in this genus:[1]

References

  1. ^ a b Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2017). Species of Auriglobus in FishBase. March 2017 version.
  2. ^ a b Roberts, Tyson R. (1982). The Southeast Asian freshwater pufferfish genus Chonerhinos (Tetraodontidae), with descriptions of new species. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 43: 1-16.
  3. ^ Kottelat, M., (1999). Nomenclature of the genera Barbodes, Cyclocheilichthys, Rasbora and Chonerhinos (Teleostei: Cyprinidae and Tetraodontidae), with comments on the definition of the first reviser. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 47(2): 591-600.
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Auriglobus: Brief Summary

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Auriglobus is a genus of freshwater pufferfishes native to Southeast Asia. They generally resemble Chonerhinos, but are considerably smaller, only reaching up to 13 cm (5.1 in) in length, and are more strongly associated with freshwater. The different Auriglobus species are very similar in appearance — greenish-golden or yellowish-golden above and pale below — but can be separated by morphometrics and meristics. Until 1999, the Auriglobus species were included in Chonerhinos.

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Auriglobus

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Auriglobus est un genre de poissons de la famille des Tetraodontidae.

Systématique

Le genre Auriglobus a été créé en 1999 par l'ichtyologiste suisse Maurice Kottelat avec pour espèce type Auriglobus modestus[2]

Liste des espèces

Selon World Register of Marine Species (11 septembre 2021)[1] :

Étymologie

Le nom du genre Auriglobus dérive du latin aurum, « or », et globus, « globe, sphère »[2], et fait probablement référence à la couleur doré ou vert-doré de la plupart des espèces, et globe pour la forme arrondie qu'elles prennent lorsqu'elles se gonflent d'air[3].

Publication originale

  • (en) M Kottelat, « Nomenclature of the genera Barbodes, Cyclocheilichthys, Rasbora and Chonerhinos (Teleostei: Cyprinidae and Tetraodontidae), with comments on the definition of the first reviser », The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (d), vol. 47, no 2,‎ 31 décembre 1999, p. 591-600 (ISSN et , lire en ligne)

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Auriglobus: Brief Summary

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Auriglobus est un genre de poissons de la famille des Tetraodontidae.

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