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

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Ganaspis cubitalis Kieffer, 1908
CASTYPE10525Baker   
Cuba, Havana, 23.1167 -82.35

CASC:TYPE
Eucoelidea dilatata Kieffer, 1907
CASTYPE10526Baker   5713
Cuba, 23.113592 -82.366596

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE10530Baker   5636
Cuba, Havana, 23.1167 -82.35

CASC:TYPE
Eucoelidea bakeri Kieffer, 1907
CASTYPE10535Baker   5720
Cuba, 20.55 -76.883333

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE10550Baker   5690
Cuba, 23.1167 -82.35

CASC:TYPE
Eucoela nigelliceps Kieffer, 1907
CASTYPE10566Baker   5662
Cuba, 20.55 -76.883333

CASC:TYPE
Ditha cubana Chamberlin, 1929
CASTYPE17451   
Cuba

CASC:TYPE
Mesembia pico Ross, 2003
CASTYPE19641P. Beron   1982-02-02
Cuba, Pico, 1800m

CASC:TYPE
Oligotoma hospes Myers, 1928
CASTYPE19673John G. Myers   1925-02-10
Cuba, Soledad

CASC:TYPE
Anthonomus fastosus Clark, 1991
CASTYPE19853S. Calhoun   1972-10-23
Cuba, Guantanamo Bay, Navy Base, Caravella Point

CASC:TYPE
Tyloderma cubense Wibmer, 1989
CASTYPE19890Elbert L. Sleeper   2021/77071980-09-27
Cuba, 60m


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