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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Pyla hanhamella Dyar, 1904
   
Canada, Alberta

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
Canada, Yukon Territory

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA

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Pyla aeneoviridella Ragonot, 1887
   
Canada, Alberta

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Pyla nigricula Heinrich, 1956
   
USA, Nevada

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Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
Canada, British Columbia

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Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, Arizona

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, Colorado

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Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, Montana

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, Oregon

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, Utah

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, Washington

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, Wyoming

CASC:INV
Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, El Dorado

CASC:INV
Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Glenn

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Lassen Natl. Park

CASC:INV
Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Nevada

CASC:INV
Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Placer

CASC:INV
Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Plumas

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Sierra

CASC:INV
Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Siskiyou

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Trinity

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Tuolumne

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Yosemite Natl. Park

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California

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Pyla nigricula Heinrich, 1956
   
USA, California, Amador

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Pyla nigricula Heinrich, 1956
   
USA, California, Fresno

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Pyla nigricula Heinrich, 1956
   
USA, California, Inyo

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Pyla nigricula Heinrich, 1956
   
USA, California, Mono

CASC:INV
Pyla nigricula Heinrich, 1956
   
USA, California, Tuolumne

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Pyla viridisuffusella Barnes & McDunnough, 1917
   
USA, California, El Dorado

CASC:INV
Pyla viridisuffusella Barnes & McDunnough, 1917
   
USA, California, Inyo

CASC:INV
Pyla viridisuffusella Barnes & McDunnough, 1917
   
USA, California, Tuolumne

CASC:INV
Pyla viridisuffusella Barnes & McDunnough, 1917
   
USA, California, Yosemite Natl. Park

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, El Dorado

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Glenn

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Inyo

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Mono

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Napa

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Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Nevada

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Placer

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Plumas

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Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Sequoia Natl. Park

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Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Shasta

CASC:INV
Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Siskiyou

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Pyla spp. Grote, 1882
   
USA, California, Trinity

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Pyla aeneoviridella Ragonot, 1887
   
USA, Montana

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Pyla metalicella Hulst, 1895
   
USA, Utah

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Pyla fusca (Haworth, 1811)
   
USA, California, Tulare

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Pylartes subcostalis Walker, 1863
   
Malaysia, Sabah

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, Washington

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Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, California, Lassen

CASC:INV
Pyla scintillans (Grote, 1881)
   
USA, Nevada

CASC:INV
Pyla viridisuffusella Barnes & McDunnough, 1917
   
USA, California, Mono

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Pyla nigricula Heinrich, 1956
   
USA, California, Lassen


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