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

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Colletes kobensis Cockerell, 1926
CASTYPE2387   3591909-10-16
Japan, Hyōgo, Kobe

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Anthophora tsushimensis Cockerell, 1926
CASTYPE2389Joseph C. Thompson   1910-10-05
Japan, Tsu Shima Islands

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Megachile remotissima Cockerell, 1926
CASTYPE2392Joseph C. Thompson   0000-00-00
Japan, Lu Chu [= Ryukyu] Islands, Yaeyama [Island] Group, Ishigaki Island

CASC:TYPE
Epeolus tsushimensis Cockerell, 1926
CASTYPE2395Joseph C. Thompson   1910-10-05
Japan, Tsu Shima Islands

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Coptops hirtiventris Gressitt, 1937
CASTYPE7483   251934-05-14
Japan, Hahajima, Bonin Islands, 26.670216 142.152762

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Mesosa pictipes Gressitt, 1937
CASTYPE7534J. Linsley Gressitt   1932-07-03
Japan, Okinawa, Loochoo [= Ryukyu] Islands, Okinawa Island, Nago, 26.58713 128.011957

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Cicindela psilica luchuensis Brouerius van Nidek, 1957
CASTYPE8148V. Kuhner   0000-00-00
Japan, Okinawa, Ishigaki, Yae Yama Jima group [= Yaeyama Archipelago], Lu Chu [= Ryukyu] Islands, 24.468063 124.244932

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE9781Paul H. Arnaud, Jr.   1954-10-10
Japan, 35.25 135.433333

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CASTYPE10831S. I. Kuwana   26941928-02-00
Japan, Nagasaki, 32.773097 129.960237

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Oligoneura yasumatsui Schlinger, 1971
CASTYPE11895Evert I. Schlinger   62-1-29b1961-04-19
Japan, Fukuoka, Kashii, near Fukuoka, 33.659167 130.443889

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE17440   
Japan

CASC:TYPE
Mundochthonius japonicus Chamberlin, 1929
CASTYPE17444   
Japan

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE17460   
Japan

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Neobisium flexifemoratum Chamberlin, 1930
CASTYPE17464   
Japan

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Neobisium imperfectum Chamberlin, 1930
CASTYPE17466   
Japan

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Neobisium magnum Chamberlin, 1930
CASTYPE17468   
Japan

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Pararoncus histrionicus Chamberlin, 1938
CASTYPE17472   
Japan


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

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