Dataset: EMEC-EMEC
Taxa: Myrmecocystus mimicus
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028572   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Huerfano Butte, 31.858973 -110.832586

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028573   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Huerfano Butte, 31.858973 -110.832586

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028574   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Huerfano Butte, 31.858973 -110.832586

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028575   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Huerfano Butte, 31.858973 -110.832586

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028567   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 2 mi. NW. Helvetia, 31.878385 -110.812862

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028568   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 2 mi. NW. Helvetia, 31.878385 -110.812862

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028569   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 2 mi. NW. Helvetia, 31.878385 -110.812862

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028570   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 2 mi. NW. Helvetia, 31.878385 -110.812862

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Myrmecocystus mimicus Wheeler, 1908
UAIC1028571   
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 2 mi. NW. Helvetia, 31.878385 -110.812862


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