Dataset: CASC-TYPE
Taxa: Eucerceris
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Type Collection

CASTYPE5422Edward P. Van Duzee   1921-06-26
Mexico, Baja California Norte, Gulf of California, Angeles Bay [= Bahía de los Ángeles]

Eucerceris baja Scullen, 1948
CASTYPE6877Edward S. Ross   1941-09-27
Mexico, Lower California, 20 mi N of Mesquital

Eucerceris hespera Scullen, 1948
CASTYPE6878Herman A. Scullen   1942-07-13
USA, Texas, El Paso, 25 mi E of El Paso, on U.S. Highway 62

CASTYPE6879Edwin C. Van Dyke   1942-07-13
USA, Texas, El Paso, 25 mi E of El Paso

Eucerceris mellea Scullen, 1948
CASTYPE6880Herman A. Scullen   1942-07-05
USA, Texas, Brewster, Big Bend National Park, Chisos Mountains

Eucerceris pacifica Scullen, 1948
CASTYPE6881Edward S. Ross   1941-10-07
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Lower California, San Pedro

Eucerceris ruficeps Scullen, 1948
CASTYPE6882John W. MacSwain   1938-08-07
USA, California, Contra Costa, Antioch, 38.004921 -121.805789

Eucerceris triciliata Scullen, 1948
CASTYPE6883Herman A. Scullen   1942-06-19
USA, Texas, El Paso, about 20 mi N of El Paso, 32.100197 -106.489678

Eucerceris lapazensis Scullen, 1968
CASTYPE12247Francis X. Williams   1954-10-10
Mexico, Baja California Sur, La Paz

Eucerceris elegans monoensis Scullen, 1968
CASTYPE12265Paul D. Hurd, Jr.   1948-08-05
USA, California, Mono, Grant Lake

Eucerceris biconica Scullen, 1948
CASTYPE13681Herman A. Scullen   1942-06-23
USA, Texas, El Paso, 15 mi N of El Paso

Eucerceris arenaria Scullen, 1948
CASTYPE13711Philip H. Timberlake   1935-09-14
USA, California, San Bernardino, Helendale

Eucerceris sculleni Ferguson, 1982
CASTYPE14153Allan D. Telford   1956-07-07
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Willcox, 32.252904 -109.833523

Eucerceris melleoides Ferguson, 1982
CASTYPE15080John A. Chemsak   1976-09-24
Mexico, Coahuila, Los Pinos, 19 mi SE of Saltillo, 2073m

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