FMNH 116495

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  • Typhleotris madagascariensis FMNH 116495 x-ray dorsal body
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    Description: dorsal body x-ray
  • Typhleotris madagascariensis FMNH 116495 x-ray lateral
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    Description: lateral x-ray
  • Typhleotris madagascariensis FMNH 116495 x-ray lateral head
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    Description: lateral head x-ray
  • Typhleotris madagascariensis FMNH 116495 x-ray lateral body
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    Description: lateral body x-ray
  • Typhleotris madagascariensis FMNH 116495 x-ray dorsal
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    Description: dorsal x-ray
  • Typhleotris madagascariensis FMNH 116495 x-ray dorsal head
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: dorsal head x-ray
FM Catalog: Fishes
Scientific Name: Typhleotris madagascariensis
Phylum: Chordata
Family: Eleotridae
Genus: Typhleotris
Species: madagascariensis
Field #: SMG 12674-75
Collector: S. M. Goodman
Geography: Indian, Africa, Madagascar: P.N. de Tsimunampetsotsa, 6.5 km NE Efoetse, in forest around Mitoho Cave, 50 m . [LL]
DWc Country: Madagascar
Date Collected: 4 Mar 2002
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: Yes
Count: 1
EMu IRN: 695052
OccurenceID: a0812f3a-dea7-4b96-bc86-7159bcdb267a

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