Dataset: CAS-IZ
Search Criteria: Libya; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Invertebrate Zoology


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Theba pisana (Mueller, 1774)
81421Franz B. Steiner   1961-06-17
Libya

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Helicidae
85693R.A. Brandt   1957-03-01
Libya, bei [near] Bengasi [Benghazi], Tam Sollum

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Cernuella (Cernuella) selmaniana Brandt, 1959
85699R.A. Brandt   1958-02-01
Libya, Ain es Selmani bei [near] Benghasi

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Cernuella (Cernuella) zilchi Brandt, 1959
85700R.A. Brandt   1956-12-24
Libya, Cyrene, Roman Ruins

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Helicopsis (Xeropicta) guimeti marmaricana Brandt, 1959
85701R.A. Brandt   1959-01-02
Libya, near Bardia [Bardiyah], Marsa Lucch

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Trochoidea (Xeroregima) regimaensis Brandt, 1959
85702R.A. Brandt   1957-11-10
Libya, track to Chadra, Slonta

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Trochoidea (Xerocrassa) cretica beyedi Brandt, 1959
85703R.A. Brandt   1958-02-01
Libya, Apollonia, Temple of Apollo

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Trochoidea (Xerocrassa) cretica bengasiana Brandt, 1959
85704R.A. Brandt   1958-03-01
Libya, S of Bengasi, Ghemines

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Trochoidea (Xeropicta) serrulata jahamaensis Brandt, 1959
85705R.A. Brandt   1958-10-01
Libya, 40 mi (55 km) S of El Agheila [El Uqaylah], Mengar el Jahama

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Trochoidea (Xerocrassa) forcarti Brandt, 1959
85730Rolf A. Brandt   1957-10-11
Libya, Slonta

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Trochoidea latastei (Letourneux and Bourguignat, 1887)
85731Rolf Brandt   1958-12-01
Libya, Marsa Brega [Marsa Burayqah ?], (Syste)

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Trochoidea davidiana (Bourguignat, 1863)
85732R. Brandt [?]   1958-01-01
Libya, near Benghazi

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Haliotis tuberculata lamellosa Lamarck, 1822
109994   
Libya

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Haliotis tuberculata lamellosa Lamarck, 1822
110016   
Libya


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