Dataset: CAS
Search Criteria: Eritrea; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ichthyology


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23805Israel Red Sea Exped.   1962-04-06
Eritrea, Northern Red Sea Region, Red Sea at Nocra, Dahlak, Eritrea, Ethiopia., 15.813824 40.185279

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Pterois russelli
209664Knapp, Leslie W.   1971-09-21
Eritrea, Massawa, Massawa Bay, Red Sea., 15.666667 40.383333

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Brachypterois serrulata (Richardson, 1846)
64825Knapp, Leslie W.   1971-09-21
Eritrea, Massawa, Massawa Bay, Red Sea., 15.666667 40.383333

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Brachypterois serrulatus
209665Knapp, Leslie W.   1971-09-20
Eritrea, Coordinates approximate., 15.666667 39.6

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Pterois russelli
209667Knapp, Leslie W.   1971-09-20
Eritrea, Coordinates approximate., 15.666667 39.6

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Minous coccineus Alcock, 1890
14489Knapp, Leslie W.   1971-09-20
Eritrea, Coordinates approximate., 15.666667 39.6

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Minilabrus striatus Randall and Dor, 1980
44229First Israel South Red Sea Exped.   1962-04-06
Eritrea, Northern Red Sea Region, Um Aabak (near Entedebir), 16 40

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Scorpaenopsis barbata (Rüppell, 1838)
31471Springer, Victor G.; et al   1969-08-09
Eritrea, 0.5 mi. off shore of Sciumma I., 15.541944 40

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Eviota guttata Lachner and Karnella, 1978
40598Springer, Victor G.; et al   1969-08-09
Eritrea, 0.5 mi. off shore of Sciumma I., 15.541944 40

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Eviota pardalota Lachner and Karnella, 1978
40597Springer, V. G.   1969-08-12
Eritrea, Eritrea; Ethiopian naval base, Massawa., 15.605671 39.45543

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Lepidotrigla bispinosa Steindachner, 1898
35098Knapp   1971-09-20
Eritrea, Red Sea, Eritrea, Bay of Massawa., 15.666667 39.6

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60360Knapp, L. K.   1971-09-20
Eritrea, Massawa., 15.605671 39.45543


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.