Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aedes punctor (Aedes meigenanus, Culex fusculus, Culex implacabilis, Culex wahlgreni, Culicada alineata, Culicada haplolineata, Culicelsa auroides, Culex punctor)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Mosquito Collection (Pinned Vouchers)


NEON:MOSC-PV
Aedes punctor (Kirby, 1837)
NEON004B3   2018-05-23
United States, New Hampshire, Carroll, Domain 01, Bartlett Experimental Forest Site, Plot BART_061, (plot dimensions: 0m), 44.057606 -71.303332, 344m

NEON:MOSC-PV
Aedes punctor (Kirby, 1837)
NEON004B4   2018-05-23
United States, New Hampshire, Carroll, Domain 01, Bartlett Experimental Forest Site, Plot BART_086, (plot dimensions: 0m), 44.072821 -71.290016, 232m

NEON:MOSC-PV
Aedes punctor (Kirby, 1837)
NEON004B6   2018-06-20
United States, New Hampshire, Carroll, Domain 01, Bartlett Experimental Forest Site, Plot BART_060, (plot dimensions: 0m), 44.049191 -71.278562, 335m

NEON:MOSC-PV
Aedes punctor (Kirby, 1837)
NEON004B5   2018-06-20
United States, New Hampshire, Carroll, Domain 01, Bartlett Experimental Forest Site, Plot BART_059, (plot dimensions: 0m), 44.056907 -71.274437, 314m

NEON:MOSC-PV
Aedes punctor (Kirby, 1837)
NEON0045I   2017-06-21
United States, New Hampshire, Carroll, Domain 01, Bartlett Experimental Forest Site, Plot BART_059, (plot dimensions: 0m), 44.056907 -71.274437, 314m

NEON:MOSC-PV
Aedes punctor (Kirby, 1837)
NEON0045J   2017-06-21
United States, New Hampshire, Carroll, Domain 01, Bartlett Experimental Forest Site, Plot BART_056, (plot dimensions: 0m), 44.04894 -71.306996, 482m


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