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Names and sources

Accepted Name Source
Tandanus bellingerensis Welsh, Jerry, Burrows, Rourke, 2017

This taxon has been confused with Tandanus tandanus in the past. Known from 4 coastal rivers of mid-northern NSW; Bellinger, Macleay, Hastings, and Manning drainage basins. Based on altitude zones, T. bellingerensis is common to the coastal plain (3–30 m), lowland (31–200 m), and slopes (201–400 m), occurs occasionally in upland areas (401–700m), and is rare in highlands (701–1,100 m) [D. Gilligan, unpubl. data in Welsh et al 2017].

Synonym Source
Tandanus sp. [in CAAB, Jerry & Woodland, 1997, Jerry 2005, Rourke et al., 2010, Rourke and Gilligan, 2015] Welsh, Jerry, Burrows, Rourke, 2017 synonym

This taxon has been confused with Tandanus tandanus in the past. Known from 4 coastal rivers of mid-northern NSW; Bellinger, Macleay, Hastings, and Manning drainage basins. Based on altitude zones, T. bellingerensis is common to the coastal plain (3–30 m), lowland (31–200 m), and slopes (201–400 m), occurs occasionally in upland areas (401–700m), and is rare in highlands (701–1,100 m) [D. Gilligan, unpubl. data in Welsh et al 2017].

Tandanus cf. tandanus [Welsh et al., 2014] Welsh, Jerry, Burrows, Rourke, 2017 synonym

This taxon has been confused with Tandanus tandanus in the past. Known from 4 coastal rivers of mid-northern NSW; Bellinger, Macleay, Hastings, and Manning drainage basins. Based on altitude zones, T. bellingerensis is common to the coastal plain (3–30 m), lowland (31–200 m), and slopes (201–400 m), occurs occasionally in upland areas (401–700m), and is rare in highlands (701–1,100 m) [D. Gilligan, unpubl. data in Welsh et al 2017].

Tandanus tandanus [Musyl, 1990 (in part); Musyl and Keenan, 1996 (in part); Jerry, 2008 (in part)] Welsh, Jerry, Burrows, Rourke, 2017 synonym

This taxon has been confused with Tandanus tandanus in the past. Known from 4 coastal rivers of mid-northern NSW; Bellinger, Macleay, Hastings, and Manning drainage basins. Based on altitude zones, T. bellingerensis is common to the coastal plain (3–30 m), lowland (31–200 m), and slopes (201–400 m), occurs occasionally in upland areas (401–700m), and is rare in highlands (701–1,100 m) [D. Gilligan, unpubl. data in Welsh et al 2017].

Common Name Source
Bellinger Catfish standard true en au
Name Source
Tandanus bellingerensis Welsh, Jerry, Burrows, Rourke, 2017 accepted

This taxon has been confused with Tandanus tandanus in the past. Known from 4 coastal rivers of mid-northern NSW; Bellinger, Macleay, Hastings, and Manning drainage basins. Based on altitude zones, T. bellingerensis is common to the coastal plain (3–30 m), lowland (31–200 m), and slopes (201–400 m), occurs occasionally in upland areas (401–700m), and is rare in highlands (701–1,100 m) [D. Gilligan, unpubl. data in Welsh et al 2017].

Identifier Source
37192021 Taxon current

Classification

kingdom
ANIMALIA
phylum
CHORDATA
subphylum
VERTEBRATA
informal
GNATHOSTOMATA
informal
PISCES
class
ACTINOPTERYGII
subdivision zoology
EUTELEOSTEI
superorder
OSTARIOPHYSI
order
SILURIFORMES
family
PLOTOSIDAE
genus
Tandanus
species
Tandanus bellingerensis

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