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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-KU:SEMC
Osmia Panzer, 1806
1147229unknown   1990-03-22
United States, Arizona, Pima, Box Canyon, Santa Rita Mts, 31.80167 -110.8072

SCAN-KU:SEMC
Osmia Panzer, 1806
1147330Minckley, R & Wcislo, W   1989-03-24
United States, Arizona, Pima, Box Canyon, Santa Rita Mts, 31.80167 -110.8072

SCAN-USDA-ARS:BBSL
Osmia texana Cresson, 1872
BBSL197435T.L. Griswold   1986-04-02
United States, Arizona, Pima, Continental, 8 mi SE, 31.7892 -110.8728

SCAN-USDA-ARS:BBSL
Osmia ribifloris Cockerell, 1900
BBSLID1129B. Mathison   1994-02-26
United States, Arizona, Pima, Florida Canyon, near, 31.7744 -110.8672

SCAN-USDA-ARS:BBSL
Osmia ribifloris Cockerell, 1900
BBSLID2059D. Schuh   1969-02-09
United States, Arizona, SantaCruz, Santa Rita Mountains, Gardiner Caynyon, 31.76088 -110.84517

SCAN-USDA-ARS:BBSL
Osmia ribifloris Cockerell, 1900
BBSLID2062D. Schuh   1969-02-09
United States, Arizona, SantaCruz, Santa Rita Mountains, Gardiner Caynyon, 31.76088 -110.84517


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