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

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Ichthyology


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Heros tetracanthus griseus
78974Eigenmann, C. H.; Riddle, O.   
Cuba, label reads 'SAN ANTONIO': presumeably Rio Ariguanabo at San Antonio de los Banos, 22.89467 -82.504059

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Heros nigricans
78973Eigenmann, C. H.; Riddle, O.   
Cuba, Pinar del Rio, Above and below wagon road near ice factory at Pinar del Rio; broad, shallow stream; riffles, pools, weedy patches., 22.405499 -83.692626

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Heros tetracanthus cinctus
78971Eigenmann, C. H.; Riddle, O.   
Cuba, Near railway bridge at Paso Real de San Diego; water clear, in pools & riffles, 23 deg. C; steep ca. 20' banks, 22.551553 -83.317114

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Heros tetracanthus latus
78972Eigenmann, C. H.; Riddle, Oscar   
Cuba, Matanzas, At, above, or below ford at head of tidewater near Matanzas; or in nearby springfed pools, 23.04525 -81.570899

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Heros tetracanthus torralbasi
78975Eigenmann, C. H.; Riddle, O.   0000-00-00
Cuba, Calabazar., 23.020033 -82.375152

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Heros Heckel, 1840
67399Brittan, Martin R.   1964-04-07
Brazil, Amazonas, Igarape Chibareno, ca. 30 km east of Manaus on north shore of Rio Negro., -3.085956 -59.616674

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Heros istlanus
6150Snyder, John Otterbein; Jordan, David Starr   
Mexico, Morelos State, a large, clear, cold tributary of Rio Amacusac at Puente de Ixtla., 18.616686 -99.325363

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Heros appendiculatus
15505   
Peru, Rio Ampiacu, -3.272773 -72.268539

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Heros Heckel, 1840
69641Ternetz, Carl   1924-06-30
Brazil, Uruara (brook) into Tapajos River; Santarem 30 (mi, km), -1.87821 -53.382185

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Heros nigrofasciatus G√ľnther, 1867
226701Animal Ecology Class   1965-10-24
United States, Nevada, Clark County, Roger's Spring, LMNRA., 36.377676 -114.443702

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Heros appendiculatus
57461Morris, P. S.   
Peru, Loreto, Iquitos., -3.747713 -73.247222

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Heros appendiculatus
57462Allen, William R.   
Peru, Loreto, Lago Cashiboya, cutoff lake of the Ucayali R,above Contamana., -7.526175 -74.931055

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Heros tetracanthus
63334Eigenmann, C. H.; Riddle, Oscar   
Cuba, Calabazar (roughly 8 mi. south of Havana)., 23.019457 -82.372112

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Heros appendiculatus
68095Allen, William R.   
Peru, Ucayali, Contamana, -7.350529 -75.021645


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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.