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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
1066E.P. Van Duzee   1926-03-07
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Mill Valley, 37.9 -122.55

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1068H. Welsh   1947-05-18
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Van Damme [Beach] State Park, 39.283 -123.767

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1069   1928-04-29
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Palo Alto, 37.45 -122.15

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1070E.P. Van Duzee   1926-02-28
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Mill Valley, 37.9 -122.55

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1071E.C. Van Dyke   2011-04-30
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Oakland, 37.8 -122.267

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1072E.C. Van Dyke   2013-04-06
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Mt. Tamalpais, 37.933 -122.583

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1077P.H. Arnaud, Jr.   1952-03-20
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Stanford University, 37.433 -122.167

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1079H.B. Leech   1965-02-17
USA, California, Santa Cruz, 7 mi nw Santa Cruz, 37.05 -122.117

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1080B.P. Bliven   1952-06-15
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Camp Grant, 40.333 -123.9

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1081J. Kraemer   1971-05-13
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Angwin, 38.583 -122.45

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1082B.P. Bliven   1938-05-22
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Bridgeville, 40.467 -123.8

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1084C.R. Nelson & M.F. Whiting   1989-04-26
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Purisima Creek, 37.4 -122.433

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1085D.L. Wagner & J.A. Powell   1987-02-03
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Gaviota Pass Rest area, 34.483 -120.217

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1086D.S. Brennan   1989-03-27
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Moss Beach, 37.533 -122.517

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1088H.B. Leech   1985-01-05
USA, California, Santa Cruz, 2 mi nne Angwin, 38.6 -122.433

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1089H.B. Leech   1982-02-17
USA, California, Santa Cruz, 2 mi nne Angwin, 38.6 -122.433, 396m

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1090H.B. Leech   1978-01-28
USA, California, Santa Cruz, 2 mi nne Angwin, 38.6 -122.433, 396m

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1091H.B. Leech   1987-02-16
USA, California, Santa Cruz, 3 km nne Angwin, 38.6 -122.433, 306m

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1092D.H. Kavanaugh   1990-03-31
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Point Reyes National Seashore, 38.066 -122.9

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1074E.C. Van Dyke   2011-04-23
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Muir Woods National Monument, 37.9 -122.583

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1067E.C. Van Dyke   1938-06-20
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Caspar Lumber Co, 12 mi e Ft. Bragg, 39.45 -123.6

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1073L.S. Slevin   2010-03-14
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Carmel, 36.55 -121.917

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1075E.C. Van Dyke   2009-05-09
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Oakland, 37.8 -122.267

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1076E.P. Van Duzee   1924-05-01
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Yorkville, 38.9 -123.217

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1078D.C. Rentz   1958-04-27
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Lake Lagunitas, 37.95 -122.6

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1083B.P. Bliven   1940-04-14
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Strong's Station, 40.5 -123.983

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1087S. Littlefield   1991-05-01
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Orinda, 37.883 -122.183

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1093Darrell Ubick   1991-05-05
USA, California, Santa Cruz, 1.5 mi s Casper, 39.35 -123.815

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Nothochrysa sinica Yang, 1986
   
China (PA)


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.