Strophiops stroutii Maynard and Clapp in Maynard, 1920
Maynard, 1919a:15 (nomen nudum); Maynard, 1919b:35 (nomen nudum); Maynard and Clapp in Maynard, 1920d:120, Plate 21, figs. 1, 2; Maynard, 1926:198-203; Harasewych et al., 2007:469-470, fig. 151.
Maynard (1920d:120) and Clench (1957:164) listed this taxon as occurring on Little Strout [Stroud], Strout [Stroud], East and West Hawksbill and Cistern Keys [Exuma Group, Bahamas]. The lectotype is from Strout [Stroud] Key.
The remaining 1,951 syntypes, including MCZ 76131, MCZ 76132, MCZ 118195, USNM 420000 (200 specimens) and USNM 420122 (200 specimens), are paralectotypes.
Maynard (1919a:15; 1919b:35) twice used this binomen as a nomen nudum. Maynard (1926:198-203) provided additional data based on dissections and noted that this was one of a very few taxa that occured on more than a single key.
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