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Ichthyology 54064 MCZ Ichthyology
 Allopoecilia caucana
Probably Rio Castrigandi (Bayano drainage), off Carretera Panamericana, about 35km E of Bayano Bridge.
Central America: Panama: Panamá
30/3/1978-30/3/1978 (1978-03-30)
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Allopoecilia caucana (Steindachner, 1880)
Animalia Chordata Craniata Gnathostomata Actinopterygii Neopterygii Cyprinodontea Cyprinodontiformes Poeciloidea Poeciliidae Allopoecilia caucana
Identified by Robert Rush Miller
Nature of ID: migration
Remarks: [MUSE DETERMINER: Miller_RR/1978]
Continent/Ocean: Central America
Country: Panama
State/Province: Panamá
Specific Locality: Probably Rio Castrigandi (Bayano drainage), off Carretera Panamericana, about 35km E of Bayano Bridge.
Locality Remarks: Pool, isolated by construction, original stream seemed slow moving w/ grasses, sedges & overhanging vegetation. Photo in file.
General Habitat: [SALINITY: F]
Collecting Source: wild caught
Coordinates: 9° 0´ N 78° 32´ W (unknown) , Error: 115 km
[no agent data]; 2010-03-19; unknown
Coordinate Remarks: Lat. seconds and Long. seconds blank in MUSE (Fish). Set to 30, Maximum Error set to 115 km. in MCZbase
Collecting Date: 30/3/1978-30/3/1978 (1978-03-30)
Collecting Time: 1500-
Ich. Field Number: PAN78-10
Collecting Event Remarks: [TIME: 1500-]
William L. Fink
Karsten E. Hartel
field number: PAN78-10
group number: 347
Part Name Condition Disposition # Remarks
whole animal (alcohol) unchecked in collection 15
standard length: 23-36 mm ,
  [no agent data], 2010-03-19, muse migration
age class: adult
  [no agent data]
Remarks: Image available.
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