SB 10.61.18

dīptimāṁs tāmrataptādyā
 rohiṇyās tanayā hareḥ
pradyamnāc cāniruddho ’bhūd
 rukmavatyāṁ mahā-balaḥ
putryāṁ tu rukmiṇo rājan
 nāmnā bhojakaṭe pure
Synonyms: 
dīptimān tāmratapta-ādyāḥ — Dīptimān, Tāmratapta and others; rohiṇyāḥ — of Rohiṇī (chief of the remaining 16,100 queens); tanayāḥ — sons; hareḥ — of Lord Kṛṣṇa; pradyumnāt — from Pradyumna; ca — and; aniruddhaḥ — Aniruddha; abhūt — was born; rukmavatyām — in Rukmavatī; mahā-balaḥ — greatly powerful; putryām — in the daughter; tu — indeed; rukmiṇaḥ — of Rukmī; rājan — O King (Parīkṣit); nāmnā — by name; bhojakaṭe pure — in the city of Bhojakaṭa (Rukmī’s domain).
Translation: 
Dīptimān, Tāmratapta and others were the sons of Lord Kṛṣṇa and Rohiṇī. Lord Kṛṣṇa’s son Pradyumna fathered the greatly powerful Aniruddha in the womb of Rukmavatī, the daughter of Rukmī. O King, this took place while they were living in the city of Bhojakaṭa.
Purport: 

Lord Kṛṣṇa’s eight principal queens are Rukmiṇī, Satyabhāmā, Jāmbavatī, Nāgnajitī, Kālindī, Lakṣmaṇā, Mitravindā and Bhadrā. Having mentioned all their sons, Śukadeva Gosvāmī now refers to the sons of the other 16,100 queens by mentioning the two principal sons of Queen Rohiṇī, the foremost of the remaining queens.