Common and scientific names of fishes from the United States, Canada, and Mexico, Sixth Edition
Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.:
American Fisheries Society Special Publication, no. 29
ix + 386
American Fisheries Society
Bethesda, Maryland, USA
Full author list: Nelson, Joseph S., Edwin J. Crossman, Héctor Espinosa-Pérez, Lloyd T. Findley, Carter R. Gilbert, Robert N. Lea, and James D. Williams
Apterichtusequatorialis, equatorial eel [English], tieso ecuatorial [Spanish]
Nelson et al. (2004) Occurrence values: PM
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