Dataset: CAS
Search Criteria: Mexico; Quintana Roo; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Pleuronichthys cornutus (Temminck and Schlegel, 1846)
8405U.S. Fish Commission   1885-01-29
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Havana, Cuba to Yucatan., 20.313889 -87.05

Syngnathus scovelli makaxi
13617Dawson, Charles E.; Resendez, A.   1970-05-09
Mexico, Quintana Roo, I. Mujeres, Laguna Makax; flood tide., 21.228469 -86.734595

Trinectes inscriptus (Gosse, 1851)
47609Miller, G. C.; et al   1967-05-22
Mexico, Quintana Roo, W. Pt. of No. Lagoon, No. Bay., 19.8 -87.5

Sanopus splendidus Collette, Starck and Phillips in Collette, 1974
29110Neilson, Neal   
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Isla de Cozumel, 20.448839 -86.891261

Caranx ruber (Bloch, 1793)
38366   1962-06-11
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Quintana Roo. Sta. 3638., 21.166667 -86.433333

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Google Map

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