There is some confusion in database listings for Arp 62, but no doubt as to what the correct object is. NED lists PGC 37282 or UGC 06865 as Arp 62, the northern component (identified by its position) as UGC 06865 NED02, and the southern component (identified by its position) as UGC 06865 NED01. LEDA identifies the northern component as Arp 62 and PGC 37282, and the other component as UGC 06865, or PGC 200275; however, it gives the same coordinates for both components, namely the position of PGC 37282. So although it is reasonable and probably appropriate to call the southern component PGC 200275, the data for that object have been obtained only from the NED.
Based on a recessional velocity of 5955 km/sec and an overall apparent size of 1.65 by 0.4 arcmin (including the portions extending past its apparent companion), PGC 37282 is about 275 million light years away, and about 135 thousand light years across. The overall structure is listed as type S? and the northern portion as type SB in NED, and as type Scd in LEDA, hence the combined tentative listing of the type in the initial entry.