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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-UMNH:ENT
Coenopoeus palmeri (LeConte, 1873)
UMNH.ent.0009290Collector unknown   1977-07-24
United States, Arizona, Pima, Madera Canyon, 31.82583 -110.77417

SCAN-UMNH:ENT
Coenopoeus palmeri (LeConte, 1873)
UMNH.ent.0009291Collector unknown   1977-07-24
United States, Arizona, Pima, Madera Canyon, 31.82583 -110.77417

SCAN-UMNH:ENT
Coenopoeus palmeri (LeConte, 1873)
UMNH.ent.0009292Collector unknown   1977-07-24
United States, Arizona, Pima, Madera Canyon, 31.82583 -110.77417

SCAN-C.A. Triplehorn Insect Collection, Ohio State University, Columb:Insects
Coenopoeus palmeri (LeConte, 1873)
OSUC 177068Dasch   1960-07-28
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Pima Co, AZ, 31.8333 -110.8522

SCAN-C.A. Triplehorn Insect Collection, Ohio State University, Columb:Insects
Coenopoeus palmeri (LeConte, 1873)
OSUC 177069Dasch   1960-07-28
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Pima Co, AZ, 31.8333 -110.8522


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