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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC110956S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m

SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC110901S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m

SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC111061S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m

SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC110986S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m

SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC110886S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m

SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC110999S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m

SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC110900S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m

SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC111202S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m

SCAN-BYU:BYUC
Zonitis dunniana Champion, 1891
BYUC110979S. M. Clark; R. C. Mower   2014-09-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rt. 62 near Rt. 70, 31.7982 -110.8893, 1080m


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