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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
USA, Texas

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, San Luis Potosi

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Sonora

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Chiapas

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Nayarit

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Nuevo Leon

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Veracruz

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
USA, Texas

CASC:INV
Horama pretus (Cramer, [1777])
   
British Virgin Islands

CASC:INV
Horama pretus (Cramer, [1777])
   
Unknown (NT)

CASC:INV
Horama spp. Hübner, 1819
   
Dominican Republic

CASC:INV
Horama spp. Hübner, 1819
   
British Virgin Islands

CASC:INV
Horama plumipes (Drury, 1773)
   
Mexico, Chiapas

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Quintana Roo

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Sinoloa

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Unknown (UN)

CASC:INV
Horama plumipes (Drury, 1773)
   
Unknown (UN)

CASC:INV
Horama plumipes (Drury, 1773)
   
Mexico, Quintana Roo

CASC:INV
Horama plumipes (Drury, 1773)
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Horama panthalon texanus (Grote, 1867)
   
Mexico, Tamaulipas

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Horama oedippus (Boisduval, 1870)
   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

CASC:INV
Horama oedippus (Boisduval, 1870)
   
Mexico, Veracruz


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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