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Fig. 46. Map showing the catch rates of Ariosoma leptocephali (family Congridae), all other leptocephali of the family Congridae, and of the Muraenidae and Ophichthidae at 25 stations during the BJ-01-1 sampling survey in May 2001 around Sulawesi Island in the central Indonesian Seas. Catch rates are calculated based on the number of leptocephali (ind.) collected per amount of water filtered by the net. The estimated distribution of coral reef habitats in the region around Sulawesi Island (from ReefBase imagery, see Fig. 4B) are shown by black lines or dots. Reprinted with permission from Wouthuyzen S, Miller MJ, Aoyama J, Minagawa G, Sugeha YH, Suharti S, Inagaki T, Tsukamoto K. Biodiversity of anguilliform leptocephali in the central Indonesian Seas. Bull. Mar. Sci. 2005; 77: 209–224. © 2005, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science of the University of Miami.

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