Dataset: CAS
Taxa: Belonepterygion
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ichthyology


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13755Talbot, F.; Collette, B.; Eschmeyer, W.; et al   1969-11-20
Australia, Queensland, patch reef on the lagoon 200 yds. from Springers Sandbank; surf to 20 ft., -23.498819 152.070211

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13792Talbot, F.; Collette, B. B.; Eschmeyer, W. N.   1969-11-22
Australia, Queensland, tide pool over compacted dead coral on east (weather) side of Island., -23.5 152.083333

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13850Collette, B.; Talbot, F.; Eschmeyer, W.; Eschmeyer, L.   1969-11-26
Australia, Queensland State, C transect outside lagoon., -23.498819 152.070211

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38223Cogger, H.   
Lord Howe I., -31.533333 159.066667

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9236   
Australia, Lord Howe Island, -31.549133 159.074563

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239668Williams, J.; Catania, D.; Betancur, R.   2015-03-30
Philippines, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines, Oriental Mindoro, Puerto Galera, Boquete Island [Paniquian Island] , off SW tip of island ., 13.51505 120.94095

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240198Williams, J.; Catania, D.; Dumale, D.   2015-04-12
Philippines, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines, Oriental Mindoro, Puerto Galera, off western entrance to Manila Channel [North West Channel]., 13.524133 120.945633

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240460Williams, J.; Catania, D.; Carpenter, K.; Betancur, R.; Love, W.   2015-03-31
Philippines, Batangas, Philippines, Batangas, Verde Island, westernmost tip of island, south side., 13.5673 121.043117

CAS-CASC:CASICH
Belonepterygion McCulloch, 1915
242965Carpenter, K.; Williams, J.; Ackiss, A.   2014-05-04
Philippines, Batangas, Philippines, Batangas, Maricaban Island , Devil's Point dive site, shore station along rock wall with boulders and rubble at base, 13.65133 120.84122


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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.