Dataset: CASC-INV
Taxa: Anobiidae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
   
USA, Indiana

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USA, Iowa

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USA, Kentucky

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USA, California, Sutter

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USA, New York

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USA, Pennsylvania

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USA, New Jersey

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Gibbium aequinoctiale Boieldieu 1884
   
USA, Indiana

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Gibbium aequinoctiale Boieldieu 1884
   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

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Gibbium aequinoctiale Boieldieu 1884
   
USA, California, San Francisco

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Gibbium aequinoctiale Boieldieu 1884
   
USA, Alabama

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Gibbium aequinoctiale Boieldieu 1884
   
USA, New York

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Gibbium aequinoctiale Boieldieu 1884
   
USA, Louisiana

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Gibbium aequinoctiale Boieldieu 1884
   
Cuba

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USA, New Mexico

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Mexico, Baja California Norte

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USA, Texas

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Mexico, Baja California Sur

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Mexico, Sonora

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USA, California, Santa Cruz

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USA, California, Riverside

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USA, Arizona

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USA, California, Imperial

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Ptinus spp. Linnaeus, 1766
   
USA

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USA, California, Los Angeles

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Ptinus eximius (Fall 1905)
   
USA, California, Orange

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Ptinus verticalis LeConte 1859
   
USA, California, Riverside

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USA, California, Kings Canyon Natl. Park

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Ptinus galapagoensis Franz
   
Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Chavez, Santa Cruz, Indefatig.

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Pinta - Abingdon

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Chavez, Santa Cruz, Indefatig.

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Chavez, Santa Cruz, Indefatig.

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Galapagos - Pinzon

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Chavez, Santa Cruz, Indefatig.

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Chavez, Santa Cruz, Indefatig.

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Isabela - Albemarle

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Floreana, Santa. Maria, Charles

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Fernandina - Narborough

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Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Chavez, Santa Cruz, Indefatig.

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Blairinus georgicus (Blair 1919)
   
Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Chavez, Santa Cruz, Indefatig.

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Trypopitys punctatus (LeConte 1859)
   
USA, California

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Trypopitys punctatus (LeConte 1859)
   
USA, New York

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Coelostethus quadrulus LeConte 1859
   
USA, Oregon

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Stegobium spp. Motschulsky, 1860
   
USA, New York

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Gibbium spp. Scopoli, 1777
   
USA, Maryland

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Trichodesma cristata (Casey, 1890)
   
USA, California, Los Angeles

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Trichodesma cristata (Casey, 1890)
   
USA, California, Calaveras

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Trichodesma cristata (Casey, 1890)
   
USA, California, Madera

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Trichodesma cristata (Casey, 1890)
   
USA, California, Butte

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Trichodesma cristata (Casey, 1890)
   
USA, California, Tuolumne

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Trichodesma cristata (Casey, 1890)
   
USA, California, San Diego

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Trichodesma cristata (Casey, 1890)
   
USA, California, Placer

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Trichodesma cristata (Casey, 1890)
   
USA, California, Orange

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USA, Florida

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Trichodesma pulchella Schaeffer, 1903
   
Unknown (NA)

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USA, California, Los Angeles

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USA, California, Monterey

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USA, California, San Bernardino

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USA, California, San Diego

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Utobium spp. Fall, 1905
   
USA

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Allobregmus spp. EspaƱol, 1970
   
Chile

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Hadrobregmini undet.
   
USA, Hawaii

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Ptinomorphus granosus (LeConte, 1874)
   
USA, California, Marin


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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