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To zoom in, click on the image or on a 'Zoom level'. -- map overlay Merlangius merlangus 54°N 2°W -- Click to see record BOLD__FOAD160_05. Merlangius merlangus 58.6389°N 11.2589°E -- Click to see record GBIF1350372. Merlangius merlangus 60.25°N 1.5°E -- Click to see record GBIF447313883. Merlangius merlangus 52.675°N 2°E -- Click to see record GBIF344709935. Merlangius merlangus 69.6667°N 18.95°E -- Click to see record GBIF656957152. Merlangius merlangus 69.5°N 16.88°E -- Click to see record GBIF199448621. Merlangius merlangus 46.417°N 30.783°E -- Click to see record GBIF583402477. Merlangius merlangus 2°N 25°W -- Click to see record GBIF56692034. Merlangius merlangus 51°N 9°E -- Click to see record GBIF207884034. Merlangius merlangus 42.8°N 12.8°E -- Click to see record GBIF199449129. Merlangius merlangus 46°N 25°E -- Click to see record GBIF189092244. Merlangius merlangus 44.4167000°N 8.9500000°E -- Click to see record GBIF152535793. Merlangius merlangus 39°N 35°E -- Click to see record GBIF189092301. Merlangius merlangus 40.167°N 22.833°E -- Click to see record GBIF583402481. Merlangius merlangus 35°N 15°E -- Click to see record GBIF583402479. Merlangius merlangus 57°N 20°E -- Click to see record GBIF583402473. Merlangius merlangus 70.19329°N 30.05342°E -- Click to see record GBIF199449354. Merlangius merlangus 45.5308049541°N 13.5684283823°E -- Click to see record INAT26597937. Merlangius merlangus 50.9679679722°N 1.8657163889°E -- Click to see record INAT26821571. Merlangius merlangus 59.5546261386°N 5.2554736013°E -- Click to see record INAT29579048. Merlangius merlangus 41.13410036°N 71.12139352°W -- Click to see record INAT3986542.
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Merlangius merlangus @ BOLD (1); Global Biodiversity Information Facility (4934) [Swedish Board of Fisheries (Fiskeriverket) - Institute of Coastal Research (1979); Merseyside BioBank - North Merseyside Fish (unverified) (887); Distribution of 15 major fish species in the North Sea between 1959 and 1979 (836); Marine Biological Association - Marine survey data (Professional) held by MarLIN. (307); HMAP-History pf Marine Animal Populations (CoML) (195); Fishbase (142); Benthos counted on dredged samples during Valdivia cruise VA53 (74); Scottish Natural Heritage - Marine Nature Conservation Review (MNCR) and associated benthic marine data held and managed by Scottish Natural Heritage (57); Fish collection, Natural History Museum, University of Oslo (55); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Tridens00/5 (52); NRM-Fishes (52); Historical hyperbenthos data (1987-2001) from the North Sea and some adjacent areas (EurOBIS) (48); Marine Conservation Society - Seasearch Marine Surveys (45); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Cirolana00/5 (43); Larval fish at Helgoland Roads in 2004 (40); Collection Pisces SMF (24); Fish collections of Museum national d'Histoire naturelle (22); Royal Dutch Angling Association (SVN) - Piscaria (21); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during Walther Herwig cruise WH220 (18); Benthos counted on dredged samples during Valdivia cruise VA44 (18); Countryside Council for Wales - Marine data from Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) Technical Support (Research & Monitoring) Contracts, Wales (14); Environmental Records Information Centre North East - ERIC North East non-sensitive species records (13); Taxonomic Information Sytem for the Belgian coastal area (EurOBIS) (12); A comparison of benthic biodiversity in the North Sea, English Channel and Celtic Seas (EurOBIS) (11); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Dana00/5 (10); Zoology (Museum of Evolution - Uppsala) (9); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during two Michael Sars cruises in 2000 (8); Larval fish at Helgoland Roads in 2003 (8); Natural History Museum Rotterdam (5); Joint Nature Conservation Committee - Marine Nature Conservation Review (MNCR) and associated benthic marine data held and managed by JNCC (5); Countryside Council for Wales - Pembrokeshire Marine Species Atlas (5); Larval fish at Helgoland Roads in 2005 (4); Artdata (4); Marine species distributions in Irish coastal waters (4); Inventaire National du Patrimoine Naturel (I029) : Poissons d'eau douce de France (2); Insecta ZMK (2); Ichthyologie ZMK (2); Centre for Environmental Data and Recording - Marine Data from Northern Ireland (2); Marine Biological Association - DASSH Data Archive Centre Academic surveys (2); CAS Ichthyology (ICH) (2); Peabody Ichthyology DiGIR Service (2); NMNH Vertebrate Zoology Fishes Collections (2); University Marine Biological Station Millport - 1999-2009 UMBSM Clyde Sea Fairlie Channel Beam Trawl Survey (2); Marine Biological Association - Marine Life Survey Data (collected by volunteers) collated by MarLIN (2); Fish specimens (1); Fish Tissue Collection (1); Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University (1); KUBI Ichthyology Tissue Collection (1); CUMV Fish Collection (1); Artenvielfalt der Nordsee - Helgoland (1); South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre - CCW Regional Data : South East Wales Non-sensitive Species Records (1); Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Madrid: MNCN_ICTIO (1); Marine Biological Association - Volunteer sightings data held by the DASSH Data Archive Centre (1); Gesamtartenliste Bremerhaven, Helgoland und Sylt (1); Yorkshire Naturalists' Union Marine and Coastal Section - Yorkshire Naturalists Union Marine and Coastal Section Records (1); ZFMK Hymenoptera collection (1); Artenvielfalt der Nordsee - Bremerhaven (Dorum-Neufeld) (1); Museum of Zoology, University of Navarra (1) accessed through the GBIF Data Portal. Each record tells when. See dataset links for citations & terms of use.]; iNaturalist (11)