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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-NMSU:NMSU
Linsleya suavissima (Wellman, 1910)
NMSUACP0056507Rh Crandall   1939-09-27
United States, Arizona, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.825918 -110.774807

SCAN-NMSU:NMSU
Linsleya suavissima (Wellman, 1910)
NMSUACP0056508FH Parker   1949-09-24
United States, Arizona, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.825918 -110.774807

SCAN-NMSU:NMSU
Linsleya suavissima (Wellman, 1910)
NMSUACP0056509FG Werner   1956-09-23
United States, Arizona, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.825918 -110.774807

SCAN-NMSU:NMSU
Linsleya suavissima (Wellman, 1910)
NMSUACP0056505Rh Crandall   1939-09-27
United States, Arizona, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.825918 -110.774807

SCAN-NMSU:NMSU
Linsleya suavissima (Wellman, 1910)
NMSUACP0056504Rh Crandall   1939-09-27
United States, Arizona, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.825918 -110.774807

SCAN-NMSU:NMSU
Linsleya suavissima (Wellman, 1910)
NMSUACP0056506Rh Crandall   1939-09-27
United States, Arizona, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.825918 -110.774807


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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