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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Hesperopsis gracielae (MacNeill, 1970)
   
Mexico, Baja California Norte

CASC:INV
Hesperopsis gracielae (MacNeill, 1970)
   
USA, Arizona

CASC:INV
Hesperopsis gracielae (MacNeill, 1970)
   
USA, California, Imperial

CASC:INV
Hesperopsis gracielae (MacNeill, 1970)
   
USA, California, Riverside

CASC:INV
Hesperopsis gracielae (MacNeill, 1970)
   
USA, California, San Bernardino

CASC:INV
Erynnis telemachus Burns, 1960
   
USA, Arizona

CASC:INV
Erynnis telemachus Burns, 1960
   
USA, Colorado

CASC:INV
Erynnis telemachus Burns, 1960
   
USA, New Mexico

CASC:INV
Erynnis telemachus Burns, 1960
   
USA, Utah

CASC:INV
Erynnis telemachus Burns, 1960
   
USA, USA unknown state

CASC:INV
   
USA, Arizona

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, San Bernardino

CASC:INV
Polites sabuleti margaretae Miller & MacNeill, 1969
   
Mexico, Baja California Norte

CASC:INV
Polites sabuleti margaretae Miller & MacNeill, 1969
   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

CASC:INV
Polites norae MacNeill, 1993
   
Mexico, Sonora

CASC:INV
Phanus australis Miller, 1965
   
Argentina

CASC:INV
Phanus australis Miller, 1965
   
Bolivia

CASC:INV
Phanus australis Miller, 1965
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Phanus australis Miller, 1965
   
Paraguay

CASC:INV
Agathymus baueri (Stallings & Turner, 1954)
   
USA, Arizona

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, Alameda

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, San Benito

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USA, California, Santa Clara

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, Stanislaus

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, Inyo

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USA, California, Mono

CASC:INV
Agathymus dawsoni Harbison, 1963
   
Mexico, Baja California Norte

CASC:INV
Hesperia nabokovi (Bell & Comstock, 1948)
   
Dominican Republic

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, Tuolumne

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, Fresno

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USA, California, Mendocino

CASC:INV
Creonpyge creon lilliana (Nicolay & Small, 1969)
   
Panama

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, Inyo

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, Mono

CASC:INV
   
USA, Nevada

CASC:INV
Celaenorrhinus major Hsu, 1990
   
Taiwan

CASC:INV
Erynnis tristis pattersoni Burns, 1964
   
Mexico, Baja California Norte

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, Illinois

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, Maryland

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, Massachusetts

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, Michigan

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, Nebraska

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, New Jersey

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, New York

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, Pennsylvania

CASC:INV
Euphyes conspicua (Edwards, 1863)
   
USA, Wisconsin

CASC:INV
Euphyes vestris harbisoni Brown & McGuire, 1983
   
USA, California, San Diego

CASC:INV
Agathymus comstocki (Harbison, 1957)
   
Mexico, Baja California Norte

CASC:INV
Agathymus evansi (Freeman, 1950)
   
USA, Arizona

CASC:INV
   
USA, Texas

CASC:INV
   
USA, Texas

CASC:INV
Stallingsia maculosus (Freeman, 1955)
   
USA, Texas

CASC:INV
Celaenorrhinus consanguinea chihhsiaoi Hsu, 1990
   
Taiwan

CASC:INV
Celotes limpia Burns, 1974
   
USA, Texas

CASC:INV
Hesperia uncas gilberti MacNeill, 1964
   
Mexico, Mexico

CASC:INV
Agathymus neumoegeni judithae (Stallings & Turner, 1957)
   
USA, Texas

CASC:INV
Agathymus stephensi (Skinner, 1912)
   
USA, California, Imperial

CASC:INV
   
USA, Texas

CASC:INV
   
USA, California, Los Angeles

CASC:INV
Pythonides jovianus amaryllis Staudinger, 1876
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Pythonides jovianus jovianus (Stoll, 1782)
   
Peru

CASC:INV
Pythonides lancea (Hewitson, 1868)
   
Argentina

CASC:INV
Pythonides lancea (Hewitson, 1868)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Pythonides lerina (Hewitson, 1868)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Pythonides limaea (Hewitson, 1868)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Pythonides pteras (Godman & Salvin, 1895)
   
Panama

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Mexico, Hidalgo

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Mexico, Chiapas

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Mexico, Nayarit

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Mexico, Oaxaca

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Mexico, Quintana Roo

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Mexico, Veracruz

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Argentina

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Guatemala

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Panama

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Paraguay

CASC:INV
Quadrus cerialis (Stoll, 1782)
   
Peru

CASC:INV
Quadrus contubernalis (Mabille, 1883)
   
Mexico, Chiapas

CASC:INV
Pythonides jovianus amaryllis Staudinger, 1876
   
Guatemala

CASC:INV
Pythonides jovianus crameri (Mabille & Boullet, 1917)
   
Colombia

CASC:INV
Pythonides jovianus fabricii Kirby, 1871
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Pachyneuria duidae duidae (Bell, 1932)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Pachyneuria duidae pozuza Evans, 1953
   
Peru

CASC:INV
Pachyneuria licisca (Plötz, 1882)
   
Mexico, Quintana Roo

CASC:INV
Pachyneuria licisca (Plötz, 1882)
   
Mexico, San Luis Potosi

CASC:INV
Pachyneuria licisca (Plötz, 1882)
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Pachyneuria licisca (Plötz, 1882)
   
El Salvador

CASC:INV
Pachyneuria licisca (Plötz, 1882)
   
Guatemala

CASC:INV
Pachyneuria herophile (Hayward, 1939)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Paches gladiatus (Butler, 1870)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Paches loxus (Westwood, 1852)
   
Ecuador

CASC:INV
Paches loxus (Westwood, 1852)
   
Mexico, Chiapas

CASC:INV
Paches loxus (Westwood, 1852)
   
Mexico, Quintana Roo

CASC:INV
Paches loxus (Westwood, 1852)
   
Mexico, Tabasco

CASC:INV
Paches loxus (Westwood, 1852)
   
Mexico, Veracruz

CASC:INV
Paches loxus (Westwood, 1852)
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Paches loxus (Westwood, 1852)
   
El Salvador

CASC:INV
Paches loxus (Westwood, 1852)
   
Guatemala


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Google Map

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