Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Gyrinocheilus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ichthyology


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Gyrinocheilus Vaillant, 1902
58636   
Aquarium specimens, no locality.

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28822Smith, Hugh M.   0000-00-00
Thailand, Bung Borapet., 15.69598 100.24548

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Gyrinocheilus Vaillant, 1902
97109Baird, I. G.   
Laos, At Hang Khone, below Khone Falls.

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Gyrinocheilus pennocki (Fowler, 1937)
93266Baird, Ian G.   1993-10-01
Laos, Mekong R. at Ban Hang Khone, just below Khone Falls.

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96734Witte, Kai-Erik   1994-01-18
Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh markets., 11.56245 104.916006

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65345   
No data.

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79055Roberts, T. R.; Napangmuen, N.   1989-02-11
Thailand, Huay Sangkalia 7 km north of Sangklaburi on road to Chedi Sam Ong., 15.222374 98.445884

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79052Roberts, Tyson R.   1990-05-12
Thailand, Mouth of Huay Ngao where it flows into Mekong, 1 km south of Ban Chaem Pong (ca. 30 km. southeast of Chiang Khong)., 20.141963 100.526922

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97027Roberts, Tyson R.   1990-05-15
Thailand, Nam Kok near Tha Ton., 20.060981 99.362322

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63047Roberts, Tyson R.   1985-04-19
Thailand, Loei Province, Chiang Khan., 17.901571 101.671151

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Gyrinocheilus Vaillant, 1902
97061Roberts, Tyson R.   1989-05-01
Thailand, Menam Kok, at highway 1016, 8 km by road south of Chiang Saen., 20.227495 100.128596

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94320Roberts, Tyson R.   1994-01-21
Cambodia, Tonle Sap at km 13-16 north of Phnom Penh., 11.65871 104.868343

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92440Roberts, Tyson R.   1989-03-24
Thailand, Khlong Bung Nang on highway 3193(?) 33 km east of junction with highway 317., 12.998846 102.459644

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79057Roberts, Tyson R.   1989-02-25
Thailand, Khlong Yan (mountain stream) ca. 44 km. by winding road north of Khiri Rat Thanikhom., 9.159318 98.881766

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92581Roberts, Tyson R.   1995-03-25
Laos, Sekong watershed, Bolaven plateau; Xe Nam Noy mainstream 26 km by road from Ban Nam Tang about 1 km downstream from bridge over Xe Nam Noi (on road down escarpment valley to Attapeu).

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92857Roberts, Tyson R.; Napangmuen, Niyom   1989-04-25
Thailand, Menam Mae Chem, 10-16 km W of Hot on highway 108., 18.256476 98.400455

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79053Roberts, Tyson R.   1989-02-26
Thailand, Menam Yom near ancient city of Si Satchanalai, 63 km west of Uttaradit., 17.575827 99.720532

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Gyrinocheilus Vaillant, 1902
94921Roberts, Tyson R.   1994-02-02
Cambodia, Stung Treng market., 13.516667 105.966667

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96627Roberts, Tyson R.   1989-02-04
Thailand, Nakhon Sawan Province, Nakorn Sawan market., 15.688692 100.125151

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Gyrinocheilus pennocki (Fowler, 1937)
93907Roberts, Tyson R.   1994-02-05
Cambodia, Rapids in Se San or Tonle San, 7 km upstream from Stung Treng.

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Gyrinocheilus pennocki (Fowler, 1937)
79056Roberts, Tyson R.   1991-04-06
Thailand, Mekong R. mainstream rapids ca. 12 km south of That Phenom., 16.848291 104.758704

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Gyrinocheilus pennocki (Fowler, 1937)
92777Roberts, Tyson R.   1991-04-06
Thailand, Mekong R. mainstream rapids ca. 12 km south of That Phenom., 16.848291 104.758704

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96572Roberts, Tyson R.   1995-04-08
Laos, Sekong watershed; Xe Pian 1 km downstream from Se Pa waterfall and 5-6 km upstream from Ban Hin Lat, Attepeu., 14.752778 106.463889

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79054Roberts, Tyson R.   1989-02-09
Thailand, Menam Wa at Ban Wa, 48 km. by road southwest of Nan on highway 1168., 18.643013 101.010735

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51316   
Thailand, 'Southeast Asia, probably Siam'


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