Dataset: NEON-HEVC-SMMB
Search Criteria: United States OR USA OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herptile Voucher Collection (Small Mammal and Fish Sampling Bycatch)


NEON:HEVC-SMMB
NEON01DH6Tamara Hillman   2017-07-28
United States, New Hampshire, Carroll, Northeast (D01), Bartlett Experimental Forest NEON (BART), 44.05097 -71.303851, 300 - 700m

NEON:HEVC-SMMB
Pseudacris crucifer Wied-Neuwied
NEON01DH7Kenny Mcmahon   2017-09-18
United States, Wisconsin, Lincoln, Great Lakes (D05), Steigerwaldt-Chequamegon NEON (STEI), 45.505973 -89.585493, 474 - 474m

NEON:HEVC-SMMB
Pseudacris sierra Jameson; Makey and Richmond
NEON02C0CEmily Artz (ORCID 0000-0002-4748-8985)   2017-05-25
United States, California, Madera, Pacific Southwest (D17), San Joaquin Experimental Range NEON (SJER), 37.117353 -119.738484, 800 - 800m

NEON:HEVC-SMMB
Lithobates yavapaiensis (Platz and Frost, 1984)
NEON03JRRRachel More-Hla (ORCID 0000-0001-8362-7797)   2020-10-14
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, Desert Southwest (D14), Sycamore Creek NEON (SYCA), Sycamore Creek Stream, Fish parent, 06 Fish Point, 33.751091 -111.508339, 645m

NEON:HEVC-SMMB
Lithobates yavapaiensis (Platz and Frost, 1984)
NEON03JRSRachel More-Hla (ORCID 0000-0001-8362-7797)   2020-10-14
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, Desert Southwest (D14), Sycamore Creek NEON (SYCA), Sycamore Creek Stream, Fish parent, 06 Fish Point, 33.751091 -111.508339, 645m

NEON:HEVC-SMMB
NEON061MJLeah Card (ORCID 0000-0002-0927-4409)   2021-03-25
United States, Virginia, Warren, Mid-Atlantic (D02), Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute NEON (SCBI), 38.895905 -78.139499, 1154 - 1154m


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