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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Aphodius ingninatus
   
Austria

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Aphodius ingninatus
   
Hungary

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Aphodius sepultus Cartwright 1944
   
USA, Texas

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Aphodius rossi Cartwright 1944
   
USA, Texas

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Aphodius bryanti Brown 1929
   
Canada, Alberta

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USA, Texas

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Aphodius kirni Cartwright 1944
   
USA, Colorado

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Aphodius kirni Cartwright 1944
   
USA, Kansas

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Aphodius kirni Cartwright 1944
   
USA, Nebraska

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Aphodius kirni Cartwright 1944
   
USA, Oklahoma

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Aphodius kirni Cartwright 1944
   
USA, Texas

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Aphodius klugi Schmidt 1910
   
Uzbekistan

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Aphodius kisilkumi Solsky 1876
   
Uzbekistan

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Aphodius cavidomus Brown
   
USA, Oklahoma

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Aphodius oklahomensis Brown
   
USA, Oklahoma

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Aphodius punctissimus Brown
   
USA, Colorado

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Aphodius punctissimus Brown
   
USA, Oklahoma

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Aphodius talpidesi Brown
   
Canada, Manitoba

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Aphodius aegrotus Horn 1887
   
USA, Florida

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Canada, Manitoba

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Aphodius laevigatus Harold 1886
   
USA, Florida

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Aphodius pinguellus Brown 1929
   
Canada, Alberta

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Aphodius pinguellus Brown 1929
   
Canada, Manitoba

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Aphodius pinguellus Brown 1929
   
Canada, British Columbia

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Aphodius leptotarsis Brown 1928
   
Canada, Alberta

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Aphodius aggregatus Gordon 1977
   
USA, Utah

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USA, Texas

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Aphodius albertanus Brown 1928
   
Canada, Alberta

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Aphodius albertanus Brown 1928
   
Canada, Northwest Territories

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Aphodius albertanus Brown 1928
   
Canada, Saskatchewan

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Canada, Manitoba

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Aphodius tuberosus Barrett 1932
   
USA, California, Contra Costa

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Aphodius tuberosus Barrett 1932
   
USA, California, Monterey

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Aphodius tuberosus Barrett 1932
   
USA, California, Placer

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Aphodius tuberosus Barrett 1932
   
USA, California, Santa Cruz

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Aphodius tuberosus Barrett 1932
   
USA, California, Ventura

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Aphodius tuberosus Barrett 1932
   
USA, California, Napa

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Aphodius tuberosus Barrett 1932
   
USA, California, Glenn

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Aphodius tenuistriatus Horn 1887
   
USA, Texas

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Aphodius tenuistriatus Horn 1887
   
USA, Colorado

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Aphodius trucidatus Harold 1863
   
USSR (unspecified), USSR unknown Region

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Aphodius uliginosus Hardy 1847
   
Hungary

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Aphodius aemulus Horn 1887
   
USA, New Mexico

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Aphodius aemulus Horn 1887
   
USA, Arizona

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Aphodius aemulus Horn 1887
   
USA, Utah

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Aphodius bottimeri Cartwright 1957
   
USA, Texas

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Aphodius dentigerulus Brown
   
Canada, Alberta

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Aphodius dentigerulus Brown
   
USA, Colorado

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Aphodius dentigerulus Brown
   
USA, Oklahoma

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Aphodius dentigerulus Brown
   
USA, Utah

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Aphodius dentigerulus Brown
   
USA, Wyoming

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Aphodius odocoilus Robinson 1939
   
USA, New Jersey

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USA, Arizona

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USA, Colorado

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USA, New Mexico

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USA, Idaho

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Aphodius vandykei Barrett 1931
   
USA, California, Madera

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Aphodius vandykei Barrett 1931
   
USA, California, Ventura

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Aphodius vandykei Barrett 1931
   
USA, California, Sequoia Natl. Park

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Aphodius vandykei Barrett 1931
   
USA, California

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Aphodius vandykei Barrett 1931
   
USA, California, Riverside

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Aphodius vandykei Barrett 1931
   
USA, California, Los Angeles

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Aphodius vandykei Barrett 1931
   
USA, California, Fresno

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Aphodius vandykei Barrett 1931
   
USA, California, Tulare

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Aphodius dentiger LeConte 1858
   
USA, Texas

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Aphodius deuterigulus Brown 1929
   
USA, North Dakota

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Aphodius acutissimus Gordon
   
USA, California, Inyo

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Aphodius acutissimus Gordon
   
USA, Nevada

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Aphodius acutissimus Gordon
   
USA, California, Riverside

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Aphodius acutissimus Gordon
   
USA, California, Imperial

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Aphodius acutissimus Gordon
   
USA, California, San Bernardino

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Aphodius acutissimus Gordon
   
USA, New Mexico

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USA, Texas

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Aphodius borealis Gyllenhal 1827
   
Canada, British Columbia

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Aphodius borealis Gyllenhal 1827
   
Canada, Northwest Territories

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Aphodius borealis Gyllenhal 1827
   
Canada, Quebec

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Aphodius borealis Gyllenhal 1827
   
Canada, Alberta

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Aphodius corruptor Brown 1929
   
Canada, Alberta

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Aphodius corruptor Brown 1929
   
USA, Alaska

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Aphodius edmontonus Brown
   
Canada, Alberta

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Aphodius indicus Petrovitz
   
India

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Aphodius insolitus Brown
   
USA, Oklahoma

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Aphodius jodhpurensis Petrovitz
   
India

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Aphodius rogersi Hatch
   
Canada, British Columbia

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USA, Utah

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Aphodius zebrinus Petrovitz
   
South Africa

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Aphodius praealtus Gordon
   
USA, Wyoming

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Mexico, Distrito Federal

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Aphodius principalis Harold 1859
   
Unknown (NA)

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Aphodius praestus Ballion 1871
   
Russia, Russia

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Aphodius edgardi Solsky 1876
   
Uzbekistan

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Aphodius elongatulus Fabricius 1801
   
India

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Aphodius acutifrons Petrovitz
   
Botswana

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Aphodius adustus Klug 1855
   
Angola

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Aphodius aleutus Eschscholtz 1822
   
USA, California, El Dorado

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Aphodius aleutus Eschscholtz 1822
   
USA, California, Humboldt

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Aphodius aleutus Eschscholtz 1822
   
USA, California, Mendocino

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Aphodius aleutus Eschscholtz 1822
   
USA, California

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Aphodius aleutus Eschscholtz 1822
   
Canada, British Columbia

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Aphodius aleutus Eschscholtz 1822
   
Canada, Can unknown Province (Canada)


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