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Specimen Record

ContinentPacific Ocean
Latitude51.6
Longitude-131.566667
Institution CodeCas
Collection CodeIch
Catalog Number9264
Collected ByInternational Fisheries Commission
Date Collected1941-02-25

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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 NameStenobrachius leucopsarus
Higher ClassficationActinopteri; Myctophiformes; Myctophidae
Kingdomanimalia
Phylumchordata
ClassActinopteri
OrderMyctophiformes
FamilyMyctophidae
GenusStenobrachius
Specific Epithetleucopsarus
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Identified ByChapman, W. M.
Date Identified1943
Catalog Number9264
PreparationsAlcohol
Individual Count2
Institution CodeCAS
Collection CodeICH
Occurrence IDurn:catalog:CAS:ICH:9264
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Type of ResourcePhysicalObject
Collection Event
Collected ByInternational Fisheries Commission
Field NumberIFC 41-2030C
Date Collected1941-02-25
Year1941
Month2
Day25
Collection RemarksCAS 9157-9270 in same jar;
Locality
Higher GeographyNE Pacific
ContinentNE Pacific
Decimal Latitude51.6
Decimal Longitude-131.566667
Verbatim Latitude51°36'N
Verbatim Longitude131°34'W
Other
Languageen
Modified1998-12-11 00:00:00.0
IDurn:catalog:CAS:ICH:9264
dwc:verbatimDepth900,800,700 m
dcterms:licenseCC0
dwc:eventRemarksbottom depth 1200 fms.; see Thompson & Van Cleve 1936, Rept. Intl. Fish. Comm. No.9, pp.88-89 for explanation of hauling procedures.
dwc:eventTime13.383333333333333
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