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

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Epinotia keiferana Lange, 1937
CASTYPE4536Hartford H. Keifer   1933-01-06
USA, California, San Francisco, San Francisco, 37.745888 -122.443964

CASC:TYPE
Epinotia montanana Kearfott, MSS
Francis X. Williams   1909-06-10
USA, California, San Francisco, San Francisco, Lone Mountain, 37.77906 -122.451979

CASC:TYPE
Acleris keiferi Powell, 1964
CASTYPE7249   
USA, California, San Francisco

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE7250Jerry A. Powell   1959-05-15
USA, California, Alameda, Berkeley

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE7251John M. Burns   1959-04-30
USA, Texas, Jeff Davis, Davis Mountains, Madera Canyon, 30.71636 -104.082215, 1768m

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE7252Burke   1931-06-09
USA, California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 34.052234 -118.243685

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE7253Jerry A. Powell   1957-08-13
USA, California, Mono, Rock Creek, 1 mi W of Tom's Place, 37.560238 -118.69927

CASC:TYPE
Choristoneura lambertiana californica Powell, 1964
CASTYPE7257   
USA, California, Lake, Anderson Springs

CASC:TYPE
Decodes montanus Powell in Obraztsov & Powell, 1961
CASTYPE7258Enrico Piazza   1925-09-18
USA, California, Los Angeles, Mount Lowe, 34.227371 -118.108499

CASC:TYPE
Epiblema macneilli Powell, 1975
CASTYPE7259C. Don MacNeill   1958-08-11
USA, California, Inyo, near Mono Pass, 37.424414 -118.773106, 3658m

CASC:TYPE
Eucosma williamsi Powell, 1963
CASTYPE7265Francis X. Williams   1909-07-26
USA, California, Alameda, Oakland, Oakland Hills, Leona Heights, 37.782241 -122.174471

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE8794C. Don MacNeill   1962-04-17
USA, California, Riverside, Pinyon Flat, 16 road mi SW of Palm Desert, 33.60336 -116.455847

CASC:TYPE
Decodes australis Powell, 1965
CASTYPE8795Paul H. Arnaud, Jr.   1960-08-19
Mexico, Aguascalientes, Ridge NW of Jocoque Dam [= Presa el Jocoqui], 22.130809 -102.369088


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