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 Amia versicolor Smith & Radcliffe, 1911
   NamebankID: 142202
   LSID:  urn:lsid:ubio.org:namebank:142202   (view metadata)
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Classification: (According to: Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS))
  Animalia
    Chordata
      Vertebrata
        Osteichthyes
          Actinopterygii
            Neopterygii
              Teleostei
                Acanthopterygii
                  Perciformes
                    Percoidei
                      Apogonidae
                        Apogoninae
                          Siphamia Weber 1909
                            Siphamia versicolor (Smith and Radcliffe in Radcliffe, 1911)


Alternate Classifications:
Fish: W.T. Eschmeyer
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2007
NCBI Taxonomy
PreUnion
uBiota 2008-03-20T10:36:50-04:00
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2008



Synonyms:
Amia versicolor
Siphamia versicolor (Smith & Radcliffe, 1911)
Siphamia versicolor



Common Names:
Bikol | English | Japanese | Mandarin Chinese | Pangasinan | Russian | Tagalog
 
Bikol
    Bagsang
English
    Sea urchin cardinalfish
Japanese
    Hikari-ishimochi
Mandarin Chinese
    大目侧仔
    大面侧仔
    大目側仔
    大面側仔
    变色管天竺鲷
    变色管竺鲷
    變色管天竺鯛
    變色管竺鯛
Pangasinan
    Tatabig
Russian
    сифамия изменчивая
Tagalog
    Dangat
    Suga



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Species



Associated Taxonomic Groups
Apogonidae
Pisces



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Record Inserted
Amia versicolor Smith & Radcliffe, 1911Apr 15, 2003 Eschmeyer, William
 



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