Dataset: CASC-TYPE
Search Criteria: Argentina; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Geocoris ventralis oblitteratus Montandon
CASTYPE7288Argentinia Vezenyi   19,061,9071905-11-01
Argentina, Tucuman

CASC:TYPE
Pyropyga australis Green, 1961
CASTYPE7686G.L. Harrington   
Argentina, Salta, General Jose de San Martín, Las Tablillas, -22.633333 -63.85

CASC:TYPE
Pyropyga saltensis Green, 1961
CASTYPE7690Edward S. Ross   1951-02-14
Argentina, Salta, -25.000157 -65.120526

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE8680   
Argentina

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE8681   
Argentina

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE8694   
Argentina

CASC:TYPE
Dasybasis acallosus Philip, 1961
CASTYPE8983Edward S. Ross   2881951-02-05
Argentina, Mendoza, R. A. [= República Argentina], Mendosa [= Mendoza], 5 km W of Puenta de Inca, -29.133323 -61.951613, 366m

CASC:TYPE
Cicindela halophila Sumlin, 1979
CASTYPE13558Edward S. Ross   1951-02-09
Argentina, 24 mi. S of Recreo, Córdoba, -29.630307 -65.060959

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE13559Edward S. Ross   1951-02-09
Argentina, 24 mi. S of Recreo, Cordoba, -29.630307 -65.060959

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE13560Edward S. Ross   1951-02-09
Argentina, 24 mi. S of Recreo, Cordoba, -29.630307 -65.060959

CASC:TYPE
Heteromphrale blanca Winterton & Gaimari, 2011
CASTYPE19107Michael E. Irwin   1997-10-20
Argentina, La Rioja, Famatina, 12 km N of Pituil, -28.5151 -67.3389, 1260m

CASC:TYPE
Astaena argentina Moser, 1921
CASTYPE19128   
Argentina

CASC:TYPE
Anthonomus duplus Clark, 1990
CASTYPE19852Lois B. O'Brien   1968-10-21
Argentina

CASC:TYPE
Enoclerus tucuman Opitz, 2021
CASTYPE20786J. F. Gates Clarke   1959-02-18
Argentina, Tucumán, "Argentina, 800, Tucumán, Ciudad Universitaria"


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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