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

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Coelorhynchus chilensis
22726U.S. Fish Commission   1888-02-14
Chile, Biobio, Off Lota., -38.133333 -75.883333

Coelorhynchus thompsoni
25496U.S. Fish Commission   1909-06-07
Philippines, East coast, San Bernardino Strait to San Miguel Bay (Legaspi Light, S. 64 deg. W, 5.7 miles)., 13.2 123.841667

Coelorhynchus coelorhynchus geronimo
13646Natl. Marine Fisheries Service   1963-09-04
Gabon, Gulf of Guinea, -1.933333 8.783333

Coelorhynchus ventrilux Marshall and Iwamoto, 1973
14513U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service   1964-09-20
Barbados, surface water temperature 85 degrees F., 13 -59.55

Coelorhynchus coelorhynchus polli
13647   1968-03-24
Angola, Namibe, (Mocademes) off Kunene River (the border with Namibia)., -17.3 11.4

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