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

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Ichthyology


CAS-CASC:CASICH
Profundulus Hubbs, 1924
40730Arnold, J. R.; Carson, Dave C.   
Mexico, Oaxaca State, Puerto Escondido Rd, KM 212.5, R. Ranas Camp near Jamaica Junction; elev. 2100 ft., 16.153965 -97.022131

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Profundulus Hubbs, 1924
40752Bandar, Ray; Baptista, Luis   1965-07-26
Mexico, Oaxaca State, small creek feeding into R. Sabino, along Oaxaca-Puerto Escondido Rd, KM 136 (ssw of Oaxaca City); elev. 3500 ft., 16.347608 -97.096858

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Profundulus punctatus (Günther, 1866)
47412Breedlove, Dennis   1980-12-01
Mexico, Chiapas State, Cintalapa, ca. 38 km nw. of Las Cruces, 2 km nw. of La Cienga de Leon, headwaters of R. Cintalapa; elev. 1400m, 16.701478 -93.729392

CAS-CASC:CASSU(ICH)
Profundulus Hubbs, 1924
19250Taylor, E. H.   1940-07-26
Mexico, Puebla State, LAGUNA DE LA MINA PRECIOSA

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Profundulus labialis (Günther, 1866)
45430Koford, E. J.   1978-05-08
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz Department, Small tributary to R. Polochic, 8 km e. of Tautia; elev. 3800 ft.

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Profundulus Hubbs, 1924
40704Rowley, J. S.   0000-00-00
Mexico, Oaxaca State, Oaxaca State

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Profundulus Hubbs, 1924
40703Macswain, J. W.   1956-07-12
Mexico, Chiapas State, 2 mi. s. of Tuxtla Gutierrez (El Zapotale)., 16.720916 -93.116667

CAS-CASC:CASSU(ICH)
Profundulus punctatus (Günther, 1866)
31927Meek, Seth E.   1934-12-13
Mexico, Oaxaca State, R. VERDE BASIN

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Profundulus guatemalensis (Günther, 1866)
78363Meek, Seth E.   0000-00-00
Guatemala, Lago Amatitlan, 14.416667 -90.5

CAS-CASC:CASSU(ICH)
Profundulus punctatus (Günther, 1866)
18533Miller, W. T.   1955-04-18
Mexico, Oaxaca State, 13 mi. s. of Oaxaca arroyo., 16.843962 -96.753589

CAS-CASC:CASSU(ICH)
Profundulus punctatus (Günther, 1866)
18532Miller, W. T.   1952-04-21
Mexico, Oaxaca State, R. OSTUTA


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