Dataset: CAS
Search Criteria: Paraguay; Alto Paraguay Department; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ichthyology


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Mylossoma albiscopus
12071Anisits, J. Daniel   1901-12-19
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, west bank at Bahia Negra, -20.229142 -58.167556

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Leporinus macrocephalus Garavello and Britski, 1988
10287Anisits, J. Daniel   1901-12-19
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, west bank at Bahia Negra, -20.229142 -58.167556

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Characidium squamosus
11625Anisits, J. Daniel   1901-12-19
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, west bank at Bahia Negra, -20.229142 -58.167556

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70841Anisits, J. Daniel   1901-12-19
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, R. Otuquis, a western tributary of R. Paraguay, in Paraguay near the border with Bolivia., -20.174601 -58.17071

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Astyanax bimaculatus paraguayensis
38994Anisits, J. Daniel   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, West bank at Bahia Negra (=Puerto Bahia Negra?) in northern Alto Paraguay., -20.229142 -58.167556

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Astyanax bimaculatus paraguayensis
38990Anisits, J. Daniel   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, West bank at Bahia Negra (=Puerto Bahia Negra?) in northern Alto Paraguay., -20.229142 -58.167556

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Astyanax pelegrini Eigenmann in Eigenmann, McAtee and Ward, 1907
39354Anisits, J. Daniel   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, West bank at Bahia Negra (=Puerto Bahia Negra?) in northern Alto Paraguay., -20.229142 -58.167556

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Astyanax pelegrini Eigenmann in Eigenmann, McAtee and Ward, 1907
39355Anisits, J. Daniel   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, West bank at Bahia Negra (=Puerto Bahia Negra?) in northern Alto Paraguay., -20.229142 -58.167556

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Aequidens tetramerus (Heckel, 1840)
77519Anisits, J. Daniel   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, West bank at Bahia Negra (=Puerto Bahia Negra?) in northern Alto Paraguay., -20.229142 -58.167556

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Iheringichthys megalops Eigenmann and Ward in Eigenmann, McAtee and Ward, 1907
63631Anisits, J. Daniel   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, West bank at Bahia Negra (=Puerto Bahia Negra?) in northern Alto Paraguay., -20.229142 -58.167556

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Roeboides paranensis Pignalberi, 1975
60267Dlouhy, C.   1984-09-19
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Lake Itaipu

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Psectrogaster curviventris Eigenmann and Kennedy, 1903
71004Anisits, J. D.   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Bahia Negra on the west bank of Rio Paraguay inthe northern part of the country, -20.229142 -58.167556

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Psectrogaster curviventris Eigenmann and Kennedy, 1903
71005Anisits, J. D.   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Fuerte Olimpo. on Rio Paraguay, -21.041119 -57.868976

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Roeboides prognathus (Boulenger, 1895)
71133Anisits, J. D.   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Rio Otuguis, a western tributary of Rio Paraguay,near border with Bolivia, -19.83234 -58.227251

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71245Anisits, J. D.   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Rio Otuguis, a western tributary of Rio Paraguaynear the border with Bolivia, -19.83234 -58.227251

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71247Anisits, J. D.   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Rio Otuguis. a western tributary of Rio Paraguaynear the border with Bolivia, -19.83234 -58.227251

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71270Anisits, J. D.   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Rio Paraguay at Bahia Negra, -20.229142 -58.167556

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Triportheus angulatus (Spix and Agassiz, 1829)
71574Anisits, J. D.   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Rio Paraguay at Bahia Negra, -20.229142 -58.167556

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Pimelodus clarias
75936Anisits, J. D.   
Paraguay, Alto Paraguay Department, Bahia Negra, on the west bank of Rio Paraguay in northern Paraguay, -20.229142 -58.167556


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Google Map

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