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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-ASU:ASUHIC
Oecanthus californicus Saussure, 1874
ASUHIC0079841S.L. Szerlip; Sandy L. Szerlip   1970-09-19
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Station, 31.761246 -110.844812, 1340m

SCAN-ASU:ASUHIC
Oecanthus californicus Saussure, 1874
ASUHIC0079843Martin A. Kolner; Sandy L. Szerlip   1970-06-30
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Station, 31.761246 -110.844812, 1340m

SCAN-ASU:ASUHIC
Oecanthus californicus Saussure, 1874
ASUHIC0079846Harold R. Rush; Martin A. Kolner, Sandy Szerlip, John Hafernik   1973-06-12
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Station, 31.761246 -110.844812, 1370m

SCAN-ASU:ASUHIC
Oecanthus californicus Saussure, 1874
ASUHIC0079847Harold R. Rush; Martin A. Kolner, Sandy Szerlip, John Hafernik   1973-06-12
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Station, 31.761246 -110.844812, 1370m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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