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Hemiscyllium griseum (M��ller
Synonym for Chiloscyllium griseum Müller & Henle, 1838

  Original name  
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  Current accepted name  
No
  Status  
Synonym
  Status details  
senior synonym, new combination
  Status ref.  
  Etymology of generic noun  
  from ETYFish
hemi-, from hemisys (Gr.), half, presumably referring to similarity and/ or close affinity to Scyllium (=Scyliorhinus, now in Scyliorhinidae) and/or Chiloscyllium; skylion, Greek for dogfish or small shark. (See ETYFish)
  Etymology of specific epithet  
  from ETYFish
Medieval Latin for gray, referring to light-gray coloration in spirits (usually light-brown in life). (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. https://www.etyfish.org
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