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

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE4626   

CASC:TYPE
Agapetus orosus Denning, 1950
CASTYPE6225Edward S. Ross   1939-06-10
USA, California, Riverside, Idyllwild, 33.740021 -116.718908

CASC:TYPE
Agapetus arcita Denning, 1951
CASTYPE6226Charles D. Michener   1940-06-14
USA, California, Riverside, San Jacinto Mountains, Herkey Creek, 33.67666 -116.679835

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE7192   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE7193   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE11899   

CASC:TYPE
Agapetus bifidus Denning, 1949
CASTYPE12000Eldon Ball   1934-05-29
USA, Oregon, Benton, Corvallis, Oak Creek, 44.566715 -123.302202

CASC:TYPE
Agapetus occidentis Denning, 1949
CASTYPE12001Jean Duspiva   1941-05-09
USA, Oregon, Benton, Adair [= Adair Village], 44.67681 -123.217576

CASC:TYPE
Agapetus cornuta Denning, 1958
CASTYPE16137Donald G. Denning   1952-08-28
USA, Washington, Klickitat, Klickitet [sic] Creek [= Little Klickitat River], near Goldendale, 45.830907 -120.806024

CASC:TYPE
Agapetus joannia Denning, 1965
CASTYPE16138Michael E. Irwin   1961-05-17
USA, California, Lake, North fork Cache Creek, Highway 20, 38.999638 -122.556911

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE16140   

CASC:TYPE
Anagapetus thirza Denning, 1965
CASTYPE16142   

CASC:TYPE
Culoptila kimminsi Denning, 1965
CASTYPE16165   

CASC:TYPE
Culoptila moselyi Denning, 1965
CASTYPE16166   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE16174   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE16293   

CASC:TYPE
Mortoniella esrossi Blahnik & Holzenthal, 2017
CASTYPE19431Evert I. Schlinger   1955-03-11
Colombia, 3 mi. W Villavicencio

CASC:TYPE
Mortoniella paucispina Blahnik & Holzenthal, 2017
CASTYPE19432Evert I. Schlinger   1954-04-16
Peru, Huanuco

CASC:TYPE
Mortoniella schlingeri Blahnik & Holzenthal, 2017
CASTYPE19433Evert I. Schlinger   1955-03-11
Colombia, 3 mi. W Villavicencio


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