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

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SCAN Portal Network Arthropod Specimens


SCAN-UA:UAIC
Paraneotermes simplicicornis (Banks in Banks and Snyder, 1920)
UAIC1054975   
United States, Arizona, Pima Co., Sta. Rita Range Reserve, Pima Co, ARIZONA, (ca. 3 mi. E. of Continental), in root of dead cholla cactus, moist, (Heterotermes also), III-21-66, Wm.L. Nutting, 31.761177 -110.845313

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Paraneotermes simplicicornis (Banks in Banks and Snyder, 1920)
UAIC1054976   
United States, Arizona, Pima Co., Sta. Rita Range Reserve, Pima Co, ARIZONA, (ca. 3 mi. E. of Continental), in root of dead cholla cactus, moist, (Heterotermes also), III-21-66, Wm.L. Nutting, 31.761177 -110.845313

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Paraneotermes simplicicornis (Banks in Banks and Snyder, 1920)
UAIC1054977   
United States, Arizona, Pima Co., Sta. Rita Range Reserve, Pima Co, ARIZONA, (ca. 3 mi. E. of Continental), in root of dead cholla cactus, moist, (Heterotermes also), III-21-66, Wm.L. Nutting, 31.761177 -110.845313

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Paraneotermes simplicicornis (Banks in Banks and Snyder, 1920)
UAIC1054978   
United States, Arizona, Pima Co., Sta. Rita Range Reserve, Pima Co, ARIZONA, (ca. 3 mi. E. of Continental), in root of dead cholla cactus, moist, (Heterotermes also), III-21-66, Wm.L. Nutting, 31.761177 -110.845313

SCAN-UA:UAIC
Paraneotermes simplicicornis (Banks in Banks and Snyder, 1920)
UAIC1054979   
United States, Arizona, Pima Co., Sta. Rita Range Reserve, Pima Co, ARIZONA, (ca. 3 mi. E. of Continental), in root of dead cholla cactus, moist, (Heterotermes also), III-21-66, Wm.L. Nutting, 31.761177 -110.845313


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