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

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Ichthyology


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82376Barriga; R; A, Harold; K, Hartel; M, Weitzman   1993-09-13
Ecuador, Laguna de Isla (isolated pool) 100m W of Rio Cayapas, 200m upriver from village of San Miguel., 0.75 -78.933333

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Pseudocurimata santacatarinae
11581Garbe, Ernst; et al   
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Joinville., -26.314311 -48.830586

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Pseudocurimata grandocule
20352Garbe, E.   
Brazil, Espirito Santo, Rio Doce., -19.537802 -40.421721

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Pseudocurimata steindachneri
60623Henn, Arthur W.   
Colombia, Truando, 7.15511 -77.229697

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Pseudocurimata steindachneri
60624Henn, Arthur W.   
Colombia, Truando, 7.15511 -77.229697

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Pseudocurimata troschelii (G√ľnther, 1860)
60758Henn, Arthur W.   
Ecuador, Vinces.

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60760Wilson, Chas.   
Colombia, Raspadura., 5.181236 -76.727466

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60761Eigenmann, Carl H.   
Colombia, Choco Department, Istmina., 5.152745 -76.68596


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Google Map

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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.