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Pseudoscopelus odontoglossum Melo, 2010   !
Synonym for Pseudoscopelus odontoglossus Melo, 2010

  Original name  
  Check ECoF  
  Current accepted name  
  Status details  
senior synonym, original combination, misspelling
  Status ref.  
  Etymology of generic noun  
Greek, pseudes = false + Greek, skopelos = a lantern fish (Ref. 45335). Lütken did not recognize the presence of photophores on the body, confusing them with pores, but referred to a genus of lanternfish (Scopelus now Myctophum) when he named the genus (Ref. 85782).
  Etymology of specific epithet  
Name from the Greek ‘odont-‘, meaning tooth, and ‘glosso’, for tongue; referring to the presence of well developed teeth on the bones of the tongue, basihyal and first ceratobranchial.
  Link to references  
References using the name as accepted
  Link to other databases  
ITIS TSN : None | Catalogue of Life | ZooBank | WoRMS
! - Marks misspellings of the species names that must not be used.