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

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Orthonops overtus Chamberlin, 1924
CASTYPE1383   

CASC:TYPE
Tarsonops sectipes Chamberlin, 1924
CASTYPE1384   1921-06-07
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Ceralbo Id. [= Ceralvo Island], 24.253415 -109.878586

CASC:TYPE
Tarsonops clavis Chamberlin, 1924
CASTYPE1385J. C. Chamberlin   1921-06-08
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Conception Bay, 26.805127 -111.847862

CASC:TYPE
Tarsonops systematicus Chamberlin, 1924
CASTYPE1386Joseph C. Chamberlin   1921-07-07
Mexico, Sonora, San Pedro Bay, 28.058173 -111.240888

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE1387Joseph C. Chamberlin   1921-06-07
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Ceralbo Id.

CASC:TYPE
Tarsonops leechi Schick, MSS
Hugh B. Leech   1958-12-25
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 2.8 mi. SSE. of Todos Santos, 23.437062 -110.206947

CASC:TYPE
Stanley C. Williams   #175 (1)1969-04-15
Mexico, Baja California, 11mi. SW. Punta Prieta, 28.848855 -114.228643, 61m

CASC:TYPE
Caponina cajabamba Platnick, 1994
CASTYPE17201Weyrauch   1958-09-25
Peru, Cajabamba, Above Cajabamba, -7.613945 -78.051217

CASC:TYPE
Orthonops giulianii Platnick, 1995
CASTYPE17283   


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