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Eridacnis radcliffi    !
Synonym for Eridacnis radcliffei Smith, 1913

  Original name  
  Check ECoF  
  Current accepted name  
  Status details  
senior synonym, original combination, misspelling
  Status ref.  
Misspelling of the specific name.
  Etymology of generic noun  
  from ETYFish
Etymology not explained, possibly eri-, Greek intensive particle (i.e., very), and dakno (Gr.), bite, referring to “wide, angular” mouth of E. radcliffei. (See ETYFish)
  Etymology of specific epithet  
  from ETYFish
In honor of ichthyologist-malacologist Lewis Radcliffe (1880-1950), scientific assistant of the U.S. Bureau ofFisheries and member of team that collected holytype from aboard the fisheries steamer Albatross. (See ETYFish)
  Link to references  
References using the name as accepted
  Link to other databases  
ITIS TSN : None | Catalogue of Life | ZooBank | WoRMS

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Scharpf, C. The ETYFish Project, Fish Name Etymology Database.
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