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J. R. Dunn in Cohen (1989) recognized four subfamilies—the Gadiculinae (monotypic), Microgadinae (monotypic), Eleginae (five genera), and Gadinae (five genera). [cited from J. Nelson: Cohen, D. M. (Ed.). 1989. Papers on the systematics of gadiform fishes. Nat. Hist. Mus. Los Angeles Cty., Sci. Ser. 32. 262 pp.]

Endo (2002) recognized four subfamilies : Gaidropsarinae, Phycinae, Lotinae, and Gadinae. [Endo, H. 2002. Phylogeny of the order Gadiformes (Teleostei, Paracanthopterygii). Mem. Grad. School Fish. Sci. Hokkaido Univ. 49(2):75–149.]

Nelson J. in Fishes of the World (2006): Gadidae (16 genera) with subfamilies: Lotinae (3 genera), Gadinae (12 genera), Ranicipitinae (monotypic).

Teletchea et al. propose a revised provisional classification of Gadidae (21 genera) distributed into four subfamilies: the Gadinae (12 genera), the Lotinae (3 genera), the Gaidropsarinae (3 genera), and the Phycinae (3 genera). [Teletchea, F., V. Laudet, and C. Hanni. 2006. Phylogeny of the Gadidae (sensu Svetovidov, 1948) based on their morphology and two mitochondrial genes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 38:189–199.]