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Singapore

Included Within
Western Pacific Ocean, Malay Archipelago
Approximate Coordinates
1.285933°N, 103.869031°E
The red marker indicates the coordinates used to represent this location, yellow markers all other locations contained within this location. Purple markers indicate fossil-only locations or sub-locations.

Currently Recognized Species

Names Which Have Been Used in This Area

Specific Names Which Have Been Used in This Area

References

Alcock (1900), Balss (1922), Barnard (1950), Beinlich & von Hagen (2006), Boone (1934), Bott (1973), Cano (1889), Chhapgar (1957), Chopra & Das (1937), Crane (1957), Crane (1966), Crane (1975), Dana (1852), De Man (1880), De Man (1887-1888), De Man (1902), Estampador (1937), Estampador (1959), Forest & Guinot (1961), Frith & Frith (1977), Frith & Frith (1977), Frith & Frith (1978), George & Jones (1982), Hartnoll (1988), Hilgendorf (1869), Hoffmann (1874), Jones & George (1982), Kalik (1958), Kingsley (1880), Kossmann (1877), Lanchester (1900), Maccagno (1928), Macnae (1968), McNeill (1968), Miers (1886), Naderloo et al. (2010), Ng et al. (2008), Nobili (1899), Nobili (1899), Nobili (1903), Nobili (1906), Nobili (1906), Ortmann (1894), Ortmann (1894), Ortmann (1897), Oyenekan (1995), Parisi (1918), Pesta (1911), Pesta (1913), Pfeffer (1889), Pillai (1951), Powers (1975), Powers & Cole (1976), Rathbun (1918), Rosenberg (2000), Rosenberg (2001), Sakai (1934), Sakai (1936 [1935]), Sakai (1939), Schöne (1961), Schöne & Schöne (1963), Serène (1973), Shen (1932), Shih et al. (2013), Shih et al. (2010), Shih et al. (2016), Shih et al. (2010), Tan & Ng (1994), Targioni Tozzetti (1877), Tweedie (1937), Tweedie (1950), Tweedie (1954), Vohra (1971), von Hagen (1968), von Hagen (1970), Walker (1887), Walker (1972), White (1847), Williams & Heng (1981), Yamaguchi (1971), Yamaguchi & Takeda (1973)

Entries marked with represent indirect references to location through citation.