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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-NCSU:TTD
NCSU_ENT 00187212C. Gray   1982-05-07
UNITED STATES, Arizona, unknown, Madera Canyon; 30 mi. S. Tucson, 31.78636 -110.92647

SCAN-NCSU:TTD
NCSU_ENT 00187213C. Gray   1982-05-07
UNITED STATES, Arizona, unknown, Madera Canyon; 30 mi. S. Tucson, 31.78636 -110.92647

SCAN-NCSU:TTD
NCSU_ENT 00187214C. Gray   1982-05-07
UNITED STATES, Arizona, unknown, Madera Canyon; 30 mi. S. Tucson, 31.78636 -110.92647

SCAN-NCSU:TTD
NCSU_ENT 00187215C. Gray   1982-05-07
UNITED STATES, Arizona, unknown, Madera Canyon; 30 mi. S. Tucson, 31.78636 -110.92647

SCAN-NCSU:TTD
NCSU_ENT 00187216C. Gray   1982-05-07
UNITED STATES, Arizona, unknown, Madera Canyon; 30 mi. S. Tucson, 31.78636 -110.92647

SCAN-UCR:TTD
Largus convivus Stål, 1861
UCR_ENT 00118091Bryant   1936-10-25
UNITED STATES, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.82583 -110.77417


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