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

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Ichthyology


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Trachinotus marginatus Cuvier in Cuvier and Valenciennes, 1832
22696U.S. Fish Commission   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Monte Video, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Paralichthys braziliensis
22711U.S. Fish Commission   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Monte Video, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Mugil brasiliensis
13431U.S. Fish Commission   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Monte Video, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Mustelus fasciatus
13432U.S. Fish Commission   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Monte Video, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Macrodon ancylodon (Bloch and Schneider, 1801)
24102U.S. Fish Commission   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Monte Video, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Pomatomus saltatrix (Linnaeus, 1766)
25624U.S. Fish Commission   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Monte Video, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Macrodon ancylodon (Bloch and Schneider, 1801)
13429U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Conger orbignyanus
13492U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Paropsis signata
13496U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Pomatomus saltatrix (Linnaeus, 1766)
13497U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Pogonias courbina
13498U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Umbrina canosai Berg, 1895
24042U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Pogonias courbina
24753U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Mugil platanus
24782U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Pseudoplatystoma corruscans (Spix and Agassiz, 1829)
13430U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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Symphurus bergi
22725U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo., -34.869606 -56.160877

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36488Sanborn, C. C.   1926-11-29
Uruguay, Rocha / Lavalleja Depts., -33.482584 -54.199524

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Homodiaetus maculatus
76891Teague, G. W.   
Uruguay, Paysandu., -32.300946 -58.095814

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Paravandellia teaguei
76896Teague, G. W.   
Uruguay, Paysandu., -32.300946 -58.095814

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Homodiaetus anisitsi Eigenmann and Ward in Eigenmann, McAtee and Ward, 1907
76893Teague, G. W.   
Uruguay, Mouth of Isla Queguay Grande., -32.15872 -58.144507

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Pseudostegophilus maculatus
56195Haseman, John D.   1909-02-02
Uruguay, R. Cacequi

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64044Vaz-Ferreira; Soriano   
Uruguay, Colonia Department, Carmelo., -33.996568 -58.286328

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Cynolebias bellottii Steindachner, 1881
64045Vaz-Ferreira; Soriano   
Uruguay, Colonia Department, Carmelo., -33.996568 -58.286328

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Cynolebias melanotaenia
64043Vaz-Ferreira; Soriano   
Uruguay, Rocha Department, Santa Teresa., -33.977853 -53.530501

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Raja aguja
13897L.A. LEE, ET. AL.   
Uruguay, Montevideo, Montevideo, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Micropogonias furnieri (Desmarest, 1823)
22705U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Ramnogaster arcuata (Jenyns, 1842)
24182U.S. Fish Commission   
Uruguay, Montevideo, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Sympterygia brevicaudata
69126L.A. LEE, ET. AL.   
Uruguay, Montevideo, Montevideo, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Sympterygia lima
69127L.A. LEE, ET. AL.   
Uruguay, Montevideo, Montevideo, -34.869606 -56.160877

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Bryconamericus iheringii (Boulenger, 1887)
68976Safford, W. E.   
Uruguay, Montevideo Department, Montevideo., -34.964759 -56.17873


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