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

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Entomology Inventory


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Cryptophaginae Kirby, 1826
   
Mexico

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Cryptophaginae Kirby, 1826
   
Latvia

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Cryptophaginae Kirby, 1826
   
Russia, Siberia (Eastern)

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Cryptophaginae Kirby, 1826
   
USA

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Cryptophagus spp. Herbst, 1792
   
Germany

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Cryptophagus spp. Herbst, 1792
   
Canada

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Cryptophagus spp. Herbst, 1792
   
USA

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Henoticus spp. Thomson, 1868
   
China (OR)

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Henoticus spp. Thomson, 1868
   
Colombia

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Henoticus spp. Thomson, 1868
   
India

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Henoticus spp. Thomson, 1868
   
Canada

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Henoticus spp. Thomson, 1868
   
Mexico

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Henoticus spp. Thomson, 1868
   
Mexico

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Henoticus spp. Thomson, 1868
   
USA

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Salebius spp. Casey, 1900
   
USA

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Antherophagus spp. Dejean, 1821
   
China (OR)

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Antherophagus spp. Dejean, 1821
   
Nepal

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Antherophagus spp. Dejean, 1821
   
Costa Rica

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Antherophagus spp. Dejean, 1821
   
United Kingdom

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Antherophagus spp. Dejean, 1821
   
Canada

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Antherophagus spp. Dejean, 1821
   
USA

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Caenoscelis spp. Thomson, 1863
   
Canada, Alberta

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Caenoscelis spp. Thomson, 1863
   
Canada

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Caenoscelis spp. Thomson, 1863
   
USA

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Germany

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Poland

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Russia, Siberia (Eastern)

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Canada, Alberta

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Canada, British Columbia

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Canada, Ontario

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Canada, Quebec

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USA, Colorado

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USA, Idaho

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USA, Nevada

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USA, New York

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USA, Oregon

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USA, Pennsylvania

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USA, Utah

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USA, California, Tulare

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USA, California, Ventura

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Cryptophagus varus Woodroffe and Coombs
   
Canada, Alberta

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Cryptophagus varus Woodroffe and Coombs
   
Canada, British Columbia

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
Canada, British Columbia

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
Canada, Quebec

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, Maine

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, Maryland

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, Michigan

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, New Hampshire

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, Ohio

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, Oregon

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, Pennsylvania

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, Washington

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, Wisconsin

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, California, Calaveras

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, California, Mendocino

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Henoticus serratus (Gyllenhal 1808)
   
USA, California, San Joaquin

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Canada, British Columbia

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Salebius octodentatus (MÕ_klin 1852)
   
Canada, British Columbia

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Salebius octodentatus (MÕ_klin 1852)
   
USA, California, Sequoia Natl. Park

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Canada, Quebec

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USA, Pennsylvania

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USA, New Hampshire

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USA, Maine

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USA, Michigan

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USA, Nebraska

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USA, California, Nevada

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Pteryngium crenatum (Fabricius 1798)
   
Canada, British Columbia

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Pteryngium crenatum (Fabricius 1798)
   
USA, Arizona

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Pteryngium crenatum (Fabricius 1798)
   
USA, Washington

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Pteryngium crenatum (Fabricius 1798)
   
USA, California, Marin

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USA, New Hampshire

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Salebius minax Casey 1900
   
USA, California, Marin


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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