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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-LEPSOC:LEPSOC
LEPSOC_A_00084111Valeriu Albu   2014-08-28
United States, ARIZONA, Pima, Box Canyon, 31.801752 -110.807863

SCAN-iNaturalist:Observations
15438057Chris Mallory   2018-08-11
United States, Arizona, 31.7922936632 -110.8812720994

SCAN-iNaturalist:Observations
878377BJ Stacey   2014-08-26
United States, Arizona, 31.792363 -110.881272

SCAN-MISSA:MEM
MEM 78287Ferris, C.D.   2008-06-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Expedition Range, 31.786167 -110.862167, 1177m

SCAN-MISSA:MEM
MEM 78286Ferris, C.D.   2008-06-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Expedition Range, 31.786167 -110.862167, 1177m

SCAN-MISSA:MEM
MEM 78285Ferris, C.D.   2008-06-12
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Expedition Range, 31.786167 -110.862167, 1177m

SCAN-GMNH:UGCA
Evergestis lunulalis Barnes and McDunnough
GMNH_UGCA 00014022Ron Leuschner   1991-08-05
United States, Arizona, Pima, Madera Canyon, 31.825918 -110.774807, 1524m

SCAN-iNaturalist:Observations
10869729paul_dennehy   2014-07-29
United States, Arizona, 31.799223 -110.783494

SCAN-iNaturalist:Observations
878378BJ Stacey   2014-08-26
United States, Arizona, 31.792363 -110.881272

SCAN-ASU:ASUHIC
ASUHIC0103279Martin A. Kolner; Sandy Szerlip   1970-08-14
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Station, 31.761246 -110.844812, 1341m

SCAN-iNaturalist:Observations
8835805Ray Simpson   2017-07-30
United States, Arizona, 31.7987091198 -110.7930808068

SCAN-iNaturalist:Observations
Loxostege typhonalis Barnes and McDunnough
878383BJ Stacey   2014-08-26
United States, Arizona, 31.792363 -110.881272


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