Fishes of the Congo River 2010 Expedition
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Field names and localities of fishes collected with DNA samples during the Congo 2010 expedition.
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Jos Snoeks, Royal Museum for Central Africa
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Congo river between Kisangani and Bumba
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [0.7, 22.5], North East [2.1, 25]|
|Start Date / End Date||2010-05-01 / 2010-06-06|