2020
DOI: 10.15517/rbt.v68i4.41391
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Flatfish (Pleuronectiformes) species richness and depth distribution in the Gulf of Nicoya, Golfo Dulce, and two adjacent areas on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica

Abstract: Flatfish diversity and depth distribution in the Gulf of Nicoya, Golfo Dulce, and two adjacent areas on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. Introduction. Information on flatfish diversity and depth distribution is scarce for the Eastern Tropical Pacific. Historical data is important to evaluate changes in ecosystems due to local, regional and global stressors. Objective. To provide information on the presence, depth distribution and lengths of flatfish species collected by trawl nets. Methods. Fish studies were c… Show more

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“…Barfinned Tonguefish, Halfspotted Tonguefish, Inkspot Tonguefish, or Spot-fin Tonguefish. To 15 cm (5.9 in) TL (Vargas et al 2020). Bahía Magdalena, southern Baja California (De La Cruz-Agüero et al 1994) to Isla San Lorenzo, Peru (Chirichigno and Vélez 1998), including Islas Galápagos (Grove and Lavenberg 1997), and Gulf of California (Munroe et al in Fischer et al 1995).…”
Section: Family Cynoglossidae-tonguefishesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Barfinned Tonguefish, Halfspotted Tonguefish, Inkspot Tonguefish, or Spot-fin Tonguefish. To 15 cm (5.9 in) TL (Vargas et al 2020). Bahía Magdalena, southern Baja California (De La Cruz-Agüero et al 1994) to Isla San Lorenzo, Peru (Chirichigno and Vélez 1998), including Islas Galápagos (Grove and Lavenberg 1997), and Gulf of California (Munroe et al in Fischer et al 1995).…”
Section: Family Cynoglossidae-tonguefishesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Chocolate Tonguefish or Feather Tonguefish. To 40 cm (15.7 in) TL (Vargas et al 2020). Pacific coast of southern Baja California (Munroe et al in Fischer et al 1995) to northern Peru (Chirichigno and Vélez 1998), including lower Gulf of California (Munroe et al in Fischer et al 1995).…”
Section: Family Cynoglossidae-tonguefishesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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