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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009756E. Yensen   1971-07-20
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009757E. Yensen   1971-07-26
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009758E. Yensen   1971-07-26
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009759E. Yensen   1971-07-20
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009760E. Yensen   1971-07-20
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009761E. Yensen   1971-07-20
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009762E. Yensen   1971-08-04
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009768E. Yensen   1971-07-20
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-UAZ:TTD
UDCC_TCN 00009769E. Yensen   1971-08-04
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Sta. Rita Ranges Res. (2800-4000 ft), 31.83342 -110.85286, 1219m

SCAN-OSAC:TTD
OSAC0000857672Paul P. Cook   1950-07-11
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.82583 -110.77417

SCAN-OSAC:TTD
OSAC0000857676R. H. Beamer   1935-08-18
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.82583 -110.77417


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