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Accepted name
  Status details  
senior synonym, original combination
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  Etymology of generic noun  
Name formed Latin 'pinna' (feminine; fin) and 'ichthys' (Latinized form of the Greek acronym ichthus; fish); referring to the high number of fin rays in the second dorsal fin and anal fin of all species in the genus.
  Etymology of specific epithet  
Species name is an adjective formed from the proper noun 'Aimores', an indigenous warrior people from Espirito Santo, Bahia, and Minas Gerais in Brazil (Ref. 113825).
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References using the name as accepted
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