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

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Ceresa palmeri Van Duzee, 1908
CASTYPE2141W. J. Palmer   1907-08-19
Canada, Quebec, Quinze Lake, 47.511132 -79.023907

CASC:TYPE
Helicoptera variegata Van Duzee, [1908]
CASTYPE2211W. Metcalfe   1711904-08-24
Canada, Ontario, Ottawa, Mer Bleue, 45.401074 -75.506588

CASC:TYPE
Amphizoa planata Van Dyke, 1927
CASTYPE2453Frederick S. Carr   1916-05-22
Canada, Alberta, Beaver Creek, 49.655739 -110.298177

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE2716   1924-06-26
Canada, Alberta, 50.033333 -110.683333

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE3771Parish   1933-06-23
Canada, Ontario, Toronto, 43.695717 -79.362744

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE4279   
Canada, British Columbia, Enderby

CASC:TYPE
Boreus elegans Carpenter, 1935
CASTYPE4529Howard E. Hinton   1930-12-00
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 49.25 -123.133333

CASC:TYPE
Hygropora americana Fenyes, 1921
CASTYPE4876   
Canada, British Columbia

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE6197Bryant   0000-00-00
Canada, Northwest Territories, Aklavik

CASC:TYPE
Dyschirius compactus Lindroth, 1961
CASTYPE8161K. Graham   1932-06-26
Canada, British Columbia, Stanley, 53.033333 -121.71667

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE8210G. H. Larnder   1931-04-23
Canada, British Columbia, 49.25 -123.133333

CASC:TYPE
Dermestes reductus Kalík, 1952
CASTYPE8219G. Stace Smith   1940-05-27
Canada, Québec, 48.516667 -79.216667

CASC:TYPE
Triplax cuneata Boyle, 1954
CASTYPE8371William Mathers   17131 Lot 1661926-06-21
Canada, British Columbia, Midday Valley, Merritt, 50.084868 -120.802564

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE9316O. Bryant   1151930-01-09
Canada, Northwest Territories, Aklavik

CASC:TYPE
Harpalus hoppingi Lindroth, 1968
CASTYPE9860Ralph H. Hopping   1936-04-30
Canada, British Columbia, Vernon

CASC:TYPE
Tachys bryanti Lindroth, 1966
CASTYPE10007Owen Bryant   1924-09-01
Canada, Alberta, Edmonton, 53.55 -113.5

CASC:TYPE
Sarothrus canadensis Kieffer, 1907
CASTYPE10515   5674
Canada

CASC:TYPE
Eucoela clavatipalpis Kieffer, 1907
CASTYPE10520Tor   
Canada

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE10528   5779
Canada

CASC:TYPE
Xyalophora armata nigricornis Kieffer, 1907
CASTYPE10572   90
Canada

CASC:TYPE
Dixa spiralis Garrett, 1924
CASTYPE11796C. B. D. Garrett   1923-10-21
Canada, British Columbia, Wasa, 49.766667 -115.716667

CASC:TYPE
Chrysops furcata chagnoni Philip, 1955
CASTYPE12828Georges Gauthier   1940-09-24
Canada, Quebec, Québec, La Pocatière

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE12921E. Hearle   1928-07-18
Canada, British Colombia, Big Horn Mountains (?), Birch Island, 51.59291 -119.894284

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE12945R.C. Osborne   1901-07-22
Canada, Alberta, Laggan (Station?), 50.986016 -114.104378

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE16883   
Canada

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE16887   
Canada

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE17159   
Canada

CASC:TYPE
Petridiobius (Pacltibiobius) canadensis Sturm, 2001
CASTYPE17803David H. Kavanaugh   1983-08-10
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands [= Haida Gwaii Archipelago], Lyell Island [= Athlii Gwaii], 52.681033 -131.559842, 3 - 10m

CASC:TYPE
Apostenus ducati Bennett, C. Copley & D. Copley, 2013
CASTYPE18853Claudia R. Copley   2011-07-31
Canada, British Columbia, south-facing open rocky east crest of Evening Ridge (~8.5 km SE of Nelson), Kootenay River drainage, 49.460278 -117.178889, 1900m

CASC:TYPE
Dromogaster incompta Vockeroth, 1995
CASTYPE19227O.Bryant   1924-06-01
Canada, Alberta, Bilby, Alta

CASC:TYPE
Triepeolus eliseae Rightmyer in Gibbs, Ascher, Rightmyer & Isaacs, 2017
CASTYPE19381J.R. Powers   1979-08-07
Canada, Ontario, Kenora

CASC:TYPE
Rhyncolus stacesmithi Sleeper, 1953
CASTYPE19893G. Stace Smith   1947-05-25
Canada, British Columbia

CASC:TYPE
Haliplus hoppingi Wallis, 1933
CASTYPE8131Ralph H. Hopping   1929-05-17
Canada, British Columbia, 150 M. House [= 150 Mile House], 52.1037 -121.930501


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