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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-UMNH:ENT
Nathalis iole Boisduval, 1836
UMNH.ent.0001495Jacque Wolfe   1996-10-18
United States, Arizona, Pima, Florida Canyon Wash, 31.827863 -110.993702, 1128m

SCAN-UMNH:ENT
Nathalis iole Boisduval, 1836
UMNH.ent.0036042Jacque Wolfe   1996-10-09
United States, Arizona, Pima, Florida Canyon Wash, 31.82778 -110.99306, 1128m

SCAN-UMNH:ENT
Nathalis iole Boisduval, 1836
UMNH.ent.0036043Jacque Wolfe   1996-10-18
United States, Arizona, Pima, Florida Canyon Wash, 31.82778 -110.99306, 1128m

SCAN-FLMNH:MGCL
Nathalis iole Boisduval, 1836
MGCL_1068010H. Gough   LEP-400502016-09-16
United States, Arizona, Pima Co. Box Canyon, 31.7999 -110.77706, 1463m

SCAN-iNaturalist:Observations
Nathalis iole Boisduval, 1836
19555296joycp89   2019-01-09
United States, Arizona, 31.7606062335 -110.8440268345

SCAN-iNaturalist:Observations
Nathalis iole Boisduval, 1836
13875730Matthew Salkiewicz   2017-08-26
United States, Arizona, 31.773519 -110.887812


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