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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-TAMU:ENTO
X0893507Nichol, A. A.   1925-09-09
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.82592 -110.77481, 4500m

SCAN-CAS:TTD
CASENT3112731E. P. Van Duzee   1924-08-10
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Florida Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.77453 -110.86786

SCAN-CAS:TTD
CASENT3114315E. P. Van Duzee   1924-08-11
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pinal, 16 mi S Tuscon, 31.90111 -110.9045

SCAN-CAS:TTD
CASENT3114316E. P. Van Duzee   1924-08-11
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pinal, 16 mi S Tuscon, 31.90111 -110.9045

SCAN-UCR:TTD
UCR_ENT 00057034J. D. Pinto   1980-07-31
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, 10 mi E of Continental, 31.78168 -110.82879, 1326m

SCAN-OSAC:TTD
Phytocoris maricopae Stonedahl, 1988
OSAC0000710686W. Benedict   1937-05-13
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.82592 -110.7748, 1524m

SCAN-NCSU:TTD
NCSU_ENT 00173184C. L. and S. L. Staines   1997-09-25
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Florida Canyon, 31.77453 -110.86786

SCAN-AMNH:TTD
Phytocoris consors Van Duzee, 1918
AMNH_ENT 00072359M.D. Schwartz   1988-09-28
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, 7 mi SE of Continental, on road to Madera Canyon, 31.79007 -110.88325, 1119m

SCAN-UCR:TTD
UCR_ENT 00057032J. D. Pinto   1980-08-25
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, 6-9 mi E of Continental, 31.78718 -110.87577, 1140m

SCAN-CAS:TTD
CASENT3112203J. O. Martin   1924-08-11
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pinal, 16 mi S Tuscon, 31.90111 -110.9045

SCAN-CAS:TTD
Phytocoris baboquivari Stonedahl, 1988
CASENT3112243J. O. Martin   1924-08-11
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pinal, 16 mi S Tuscon, 31.90111 -110.9045

SCAN-CAS:TTD
Phytocoris catalinae Stonedahl, 1988
CASENT3112530E. P. Van Duzee   1924-08-11
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pinal, 16 mi S Tuscon, 31.90111 -110.9045


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