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Image Record: [807918]  Notropis welaka hierarchy

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Date Submitted:2012-08-15 
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Publish Date:2012-08-15
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Morphbank biodiversity NSF FSU Florida State University armbrjw@auburn.edu's group        Kendall, W. C.  North America St. John's River UNITED STATES Florida  St. Johns R., Welaka, Florida Auburn University Animalia Chordata Vertebrata Osteichthyes Actinopterygii Neopterygii Teleostei Ostariophysi Cypriniformes Cyprinoidea Cyprinidae Pteronotropis Notropis welakabluenose shiner
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Specimen


Specimen id: 807917
Basis of record: [S] - Specimen
Sex: Unspecified
Form:
Stage: Adult
Catalog number: USNM 48786
Collector: Kendall, W. C.
Date collected: 1897-02-19

Locality

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Locality Id: 807916
Continent: North America
Water Body: St. John's River
Country: UNITED STATES
State/Province: Florida
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Locality: St. Johns R., Welaka, Florida
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Determination


Kingdom:Animalia  
Phylum:Chordata  
Class:Actinopterygii  
Order:Cypriniformes  
Family:Cyprinidae  
Genus:Pteronotropis  
Species:Notropis welaka  

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Specimen 807917 dcterms:identifier: urn:uuid:3f5e12ea-07d7-4583-a358-08a202cbda75
dcterms:identifier: urn:uuid:8cd76293-8f57-47e7-a725-4a1f9fb47bca

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Notropis welakaEvermann and Kendall, 1898nonenone10