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Trypauchen is unique within the Amblyopinae in having the following combination of characters: 1) typically four, rarely three, anal-fin pterygiophores anterior to the first hemal spine; 2) pelvic fins small, united, and funnel-shaped with a well-developed interradial membrane; and 3) abdomen scaled. Trypauchen comprises two species: T. pelaeos, known from Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and China; and T. vagina, distributed from Israel, Kuwait, along the coasts of India, ranging eastward to the Philippines, Taiwan, and China.


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