Latris lineata was reported from 4 countries/islands


Table 1: the species is currently present in 2 of them (endemic, native, introduced);
Table 2: possible in 2 of them (stray, questionable);
Table 3: absent from 0 of them (extirpated, not established, misidentification, error).
Table 4: all reports listed together.

Distribution: Southern Hemisphere: Atlantic Ocean (from Tristan da Cunha and Gough I.); Indian Ocean (Walter Shoals and Saint Paul's I. and Amsterdam Is., Western Australia, across South Australia to southern New South Wales and Tasmania; Pacific Ocean (New Zealand, Bay of Plenty, east to the Chatham Is, and south to the Snares Is. and the subantarctic Auckland Is.). Latris hecateia has been listed in Chile, but records are questionable (Ref. 76767).
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Table 1: Present in 2 countries/islands (endemic, native, introduced)
Continent Country Occurrence Main Ref.
Oceania Australia AUS native 75154
Oceania New Zealand NZL native 5755

Table 2: Possible in 2 countries/islands (stray, questionable)
Continent Country Occurrence Main Ref.
South America Argentina ARG stray 93728
South America Chile CHL questionable 76767

Table 4: Reported from 4 countries/islands.
Continent Country Occurrence Main Ref.
South America Argentina ARG stray 93728
Oceania Australia AUS native 75154
South America Chile CHL questionable 76767
Oceania New Zealand NZL native 5755
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