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

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Ichthyology


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Hucho hucho taimen
72082Brothers, E.; Haw, F.; party   1990-06-19
Mongolia, approx. 125 km N of Ulan Bator; junction of Sharlan &Hongui rivers - origin of Eroo (Yoroo) River, 49 107

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Brachymystax lenok (Pallas, 1773)
72083Brothers, E.; Haw, F.; party   1990-06-19
Mongolia, approx. 125 km N of Ulan Bator; junction of Sharlan &Hongui rivers - origin of Eroo (Yoroo) River, 49 107

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Thymallus arcticus (Pallas, 1776)
72084Brothers, E.; Haw, F.; party   1990-06-19
Mongolia, approx. 125 km N of Ulan Bator; junction of Sharlan &Hongui rivers - origin of Eroo (Yoroo) River, 49 107

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Rhynchocypris lagowskii
72085Brothers, E. B.   1990-06-21
Mongolia, ca. 125 km N of Ulan Bator; junction of Sharlan & Hongui rivers; isolated pool on the Sharlan R, ca. 2 km upstream of junction, 2-3 m above river's edge., 49.086336 107.398798

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Eupallasella percnurus
72086Brothers, E. B.   1990-06-21
Mongolia, ca. 125 km N of Ulan Bator; junction of Sharlan & Hongui rivers; isolated pool on the Sharlan R, ca. 2 km upstream of junction, 2-3 m above river's edge., 49.086336 107.398798

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Phoxinus phoxinus (Linnaeus, 1758)
72087Brothers, E.; Haw, F.; party   1990-06-19
Mongolia, ca. 125 km N of Ulan Bator; junction of Sharlan &Hongui Rivers - origin of Eroo (Yoroo) River, 49 107

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Cobitis taenia Linnaeus, 1758
72088Brothers, E.; Haw, F.; party   1990-06-19
Mongolia, ca. 125 km N of Ulan Bator; junction of Sharlan &Hongui Rivers - origin of Eroo (Yoroo) River, 49 107

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Noemacheilus barbatulus
72089Brothers, E.; Haw, F.; party   1990-06-19
Mongolia, ca. 125 km N of Ulan Bator; junction of Sharlan &Hongui Rivers - origin of Eroo (Yoroo) River, 49 107


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