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  Original name  
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  Current accepted name  
Accepted name
  Status details  
senior synonym, original combination
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  Etymology of generic noun  
Named after BENTART, the Antarctic Spanish expeditions during which the material was collected.
  Etymology of specific epithet  
Name from the Latin word 'cinereus' meaning ash-coloured, in reference to its body colour.
  Link to references  
References using the name as accepted
  Link to other databases  
ITIS TSN : None | Catalogue of Life | ZooBank | WoRMS