Dataset: SCAN
Taxa: Ceratina
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-AMNH:BEE
Ceratina arizonensis Cockerell, 1898
AMNH_BEE 00055297J. G. Rozen, B. L. Rozen   1978-05-09
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Continental, 31.85222 -110.97417, 874m

SCAN-AMNH:BEE
AMNH_BEE 00039880J. G. Rozen, B. L. Rozen   1978-05-09
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Continental, 31.85222 -110.97417, 874m

SCAN-AMNH:BEE
AMNH_BEE 00039881J. G. Rozen, B. L. Rozen   1978-05-09
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Continental, 31.85222 -110.97417, 874m

SCAN-AMNH:BEE
AMNH_BEE 00039882J. G. Rozen, B. L. Rozen   1978-05-09
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Continental, 31.85222 -110.97417, 874m

SCAN-AMNH:BEE
AMNH_BEE 00039883J. G. Rozen, B. L. Rozen   1978-05-09
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Continental, 31.85222 -110.97417, 874m

SCAN-USDA-ARS:BBSL
Ceratina melanoptera Cockerell, 1924
KWC0013965K.W. Cooper   1990-08-24
United States, Arizona, Pima, Box Canyon, 31.8017 -110.8072


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