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CAS-ICH 1922 Heterostichus rostratus guadalupensis  [Catalog of Fishes] PARATYPE ID by/date  Hubbs, Clark / 1952 Clinidae
Counts (Alc/Skel/CS) 1/0/0 Prep Type - Preservative alc-75% EtOH Other/Previous Number Size 270mm
Collector; Vessel Jordan, E. K.; Hanna, G. Dallas; et al; Orlotan Field Number CAS 21-IV-25 Date Collected 21 Apr 1925 
Continent/Ocean Pacific Ocean / NE Pacific Country Mexico State Baja California County
Water Body Drainage Island Group Island Isla Guadalupe
Depth Width Salinity Gear
Locality Southeast end of Isla Guadalupe.
Latitude-Longitude 28.902697°, -118.238405°; uncertainty: 3966 m (Source: FishNet Collaborative Georeferencing Project) Bottom Type
Georef. RemarksCoordinates at SE end of Guadalupe Island.
Acc. Number Specimen Remarks CAS 1922-1923 in same jar.
Collecting Event Remarks California Academy of Sciences Exped. 1925.

CAS-ICH 1923 Heterostichus rostratus guadalupensis  [Catalog of Fishes] PARATYPE ID by/date  Hubbs, Clark / 1952 Clinidae
Counts (Alc/Skel/CS) 1/0/0 Prep Type - Preservative alc-75% EtOH Other/Previous Number 5005 Size 190mm
Collector; Vessel Jordan, E. K.; Hanna, G. Dallas; et al; Orlotan Field Number CAS 21-IV-25 Date Collected 21 Apr 1925 
Continent/Ocean Pacific Ocean / NE Pacific Country Mexico State Baja California County
Water Body Drainage Island Group Island Isla Guadalupe
Depth Width Salinity Gear
Locality Southeast end of Isla Guadalupe.
Latitude-Longitude 28.902697°, -118.238405°; uncertainty: 3966 m (Source: FishNet Collaborative Georeferencing Project) Bottom Type
Georef. RemarksCoordinates at SE end of Guadalupe Island.
Acc. Number Specimen Remarks CAS 1922-1923 in same jar.
Collecting Event Remarks California Academy of Sciences Exped. 1925.

CAS-SU(ICH) 5893 Heterostichus rostratus guadalupensis  [Catalog of Fishes] PARATYPE ID by/date  Hubbs, Clark / 1952 Clinidae
Counts (Alc/Skel/CS) 1/0/0 Prep Type - Preservative alc-75% EtOH Other/Previous Number Size      
Collector; Vessel McGregor, Richard C.  Field Number RCM-IGUADALUP Date Collected  
Continent/Ocean Pacific Ocean / NE Pacific Country Mexico State Baja California County
Water Body Drainage Island Group Island Guadalupe I.
Depth Width Salinity M Gear
Locality Guadalupe I.
Latitude-Longitude 29.037411°, -118.318189°; uncertainty: 18470 m (Source: FishNet Collaborative Georeferencing Project) Bottom Type
Georef. RemarksPolygon covers Guadalupe Island, Islas Revillagigedos are a few hundred miles south of Guadalupe. In 1925, the California Academy of Sciences (San Francisco) mounted an expedition to explore the Revillagigedo Archipelago off the Pacific coast of Mexico (Hanna 1926). The U.S. Navy generously provided the ship, the U.S.Ortolan, a mine sweeper. En route to the Revillagigedo Archipelago, the expedition spent three days at Isla Guadalupe (1922 April 1925).
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CAS-SU(ICH) 16330 Heterostichus rostratus guadalupensis  [Catalog of Fishes] HOLOTYPE  [image] ID by/date  Hubbs, Clark / 1952 Clinidae
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Collector; Vessel Hubbs, Carl L.; et al  Field Number H50-32 Date Collected 29 Jan 1950 
Continent/Ocean Pacific Ocean / NE Pacific Country Mexico State Baja California County
Water Body Drainage Island Group Island
Depth Width Salinity Gear
Locality Melpomene Cove, Guadalupe I., between two outer islands.
Latitude-Longitude 28.878950°, -118.278059°; uncertainty: 1487 m (Source: FishNet Collaborative Georeferencing Project) Bottom Type
Georef. RemarksCoordinates at Melpomene Cove, on Guadalupe Island, Islas Revillagigedos are a few hundred miles south of Guadalupe. In 1925, the California Academy of Sciences (San Francisco) mounted an expedition to explore the Revillagigedo Archipelago off the Pacific coast of Mexico (Hanna 1926). The U.S. Navy generously provided the ship, the U.S.Ortolan, a mine sweeper. En route to the Revillagigedo Archipelago, the expedition spent three days at Isla Guadalupe (1922 April 1925).
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