Dataset: CAS
Search Criteria: Equatorial Guinea; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ichthyology


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Gambusia affinis (Baird and Girard, 1853)
214721Gascoigne, Angus   2000-10-21
Equatorial Guinea, Lago A Pot (a crater lake), Annobón I., -1.421667 5.6325

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Eleotris Bloch and Schneider, 1801
214720Gascoigne, Angus   2000-10-24
Equatorial Guinea, Rio Bobo San Juan, Annobón I., -1.429023 5.637453

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Barbus camptacanthus (Bleeker, 1863)
15594Good, A. I.   1941-10-03
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo (Niafang).

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Barbus jae Boulenger, 1903
15595Good, A. I.   1941-10-03
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo (Niafang).

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15596Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Hemichromis elongatus (Guichenot in Duméril, 1861)
15597Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Barilius ubangensis
15598Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Tilapia melanopleura
15599Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Alestes nurse
15600Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Distichodus notospilus Günther, 1867
15601Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Barbus quirali
15602Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Distichodus fasciolatus Boulenger, 1898
15603Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Nannocharax ocellicauda
16909Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).

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Schilbe mandibularis (Günther, 1867)
15604Good, A. I.   1941-10-10
Equatorial Guinea, Small stream at Alen, NW border.

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15606Good, A. I.   1941-10-11
Equatorial Guinea, Small stream at Alen, NW border.

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Clarias pachynema Boulenger, 1903
15608Good, A. I.   1941-10-11
Equatorial Guinea, Small stream at Alen, NW border.

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Synodontis batesii Boulenger, 1907
15609Good, A. I.   1941-10-11
Equatorial Guinea, Small stream at Alen, NW border.

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55652Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, trib. of Benito River, at Niafang, Spanish Guinea.

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Ctenopoma maculatum Thominot, 1886
15607Good, A. I.   1941-10-11
Equatorial Guinea, Rio Muni, Alen, NW border, small stream.

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Barilius Hamilton, 1822
16905Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Rio Muni, Woli (=Woleu) River: (trib. of Benito=? River) at Niafang (=Niefang).

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64911   1965-12-17
Equatorial Guinea, Annobon, Annobon Island, -1.366667 5.616667

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Sicydium brevifile Ogilvie-Grant, 1884
67361Audenaerde, D. Thys V. D.   1964-12-13
Equatorial Guinea, Bioko, Rio Ruma, near bridge on road to Conception, 3.389845 8.762633

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Sicydium bustamantaei
67362Audenaerde, D. Thys V. D.   1964-12-13
Equatorial Guinea, Bioko, Rio Ruma, near bridge on road to Conception, 3.389845 8.762633

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Distichodus fasciolatus Boulenger, 1898
51693Good, A. I.   1941-10-07
Equatorial Guinea, Mengo River is a tributary of Woli River, which is a trib. of Benito R. At Mengo (Niafang).


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