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Specimen Record

ContinentSouth America
CountryBrazil
State/ProvincePara
LocalityMarket At Para
Latitude-1.422543
Longitude-48.752498
Institution CodeCas
Collection CodeIch
Catalog Number15277
Collected ByHaseman, John D.
Date Collected1910-01-17

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http://www.calacademy.org/scientists/ichthyology-collections/

The electronic catalog of the ichthyology collection at the California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.

Contacts

Name David Catania
RoleCollection Manager, Ichthyology
Emaildcatania@calacademy.org
Name Jon Fong
RoleProgrammer
Emailjfong@calacademy.org
Name Luiz Rocha
RoleCurator
Emaillrocha@calacademy.org
Name David Catania
RoleCollection Manager, Ichthyology
Emaildcatania@calacademy.org
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Taxonomy
Scientific NamePristobrycon calmoni
Higher ClassficationActinopteri | Characiformes
KingdomAnimalia
PhylumChordata
ClassActinopteri
OrderCharaciformes
FamilySerrasalmidae
GenusPristobrycon
Specific Epithetcalmoni
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Catalog Number15277
Other Catalog NumbersIU 15277
Preparationsalc-75% EtOH
Individual Count1
Institution CodeCAS
Collection CodeICH
Occurrence IDurn:catalog:CAS:ICH:15277
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Type of ResourcePhysicalObject
Collection Event
Collected ByHaseman, John D.
Field NumberJDH-132
Date Collected1910-01-17
Year1910
Month1
Day17
Locality
CountryBrazil
State / ProvincePara
Higher GeographySouth America|Brazil|Para|R. Amazonas basin
ContinentSouth America
Localitymarket at Para
Decimal Latitude-1.4225430000
Decimal Longitude-48.7524980000
Verbatim Latitude-1.422543°
Verbatim Longitude-48.752498°
Coordinate Uncertainty In Meters50000.00000000000000
Georeference RemarksPará refers to the name of the state and the river as well. There is not enough information to plot the locality with low uncertainty, but is safe to assume that the fishes were collected around the area of Belem. Belem constitute one of the ports of entrance to Brazil and was the way in to the country for some expeditions in the past. Also the fact that specimens listed for this localities are freshwater and marine confirm the location of the collections.
Other
Languageen
Modified2012-06-05 17:44:12.0
IDurn:catalog:CAS:ICH:15277
dwc:datasetID7ddf754f-d193-4cc9-b351-99906754a03b
dwc:georeferenceSourcesFishNet Collaborative Georeferencing Project
dcterms:licenseCC0
dwc:eventRemarksLocality no. 132, from Eigenmann 1911, Annals of the Carnegie Mus., v. 7.
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