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

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Invertebrate Zoology


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Nassa tingitana Pallary, 1901
64631   
Morocco, 12-21 m

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Gibbula tingitana Pallary, 1902
64632   
Morocco, on stones

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Calliostoma dubium kochi Pallary, 1902
64633   
Morocco

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undetermined
75000E.S. Ross   1984-03-15
Morocco, 20 m

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undetermined
75001E.S. Ross   1984-03-15
Morocco, 20 m

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Ancylus
78998A.G. Smith   1961-05-21
Morocco, 07 30'W

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Leonia
82785Edward S. Ross   1981-06-11
Morocco, 10 m

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Leonia
82786E.S. Ross   1984-03-17
Morocco, 100 m

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undetermined
82787Edward S. Ross   1981-06-22
Morocco, 5 km N of Col du Zad (mountain pass) on Highway P-21. ELEVATION: 2178 m

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Helicidae
82788E.S. Ross   1984-03-21
Morocco, NE of Rabat, Larache [El Araich], Lixus Ruins. ELEVATION: 100 m

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Helicidae
82947R. Aalbu   1989-10-25
Morocco, rocks

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Muricidae
88042   
Morocco

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Callopatiria formosa Mortensen, 1933
102191J. Rutlaat   1959-01-01
Morocco, 15 m

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Echinaster Müller & Troschel, 1840
102827J. Rutllant   1959-01-01
Morocco, 6 nautical miles off the coast. W. part of continent.

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Helix pomatia Linnaeus, 1758
107864Neil Fahy   1996-04-18
Morocco, purchased in central market. $1 only took small part of purchase

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Otala lactea (Mueller, 1774)
107866Neil Fahy   1996-04-18
Morocco, purchased in central market. $1 only took small part of purchase

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Theba
107873Neil Fahy   1996-04-17
Morocco, Avenue d Espagne near port entrance road. in street divider planted areas

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undetermined
160910E.S. Ross   1981-06-12
Morocco, 6 mi SE of Ait Baha (SE of Agadir)

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Spurilla neapolitana (delle Chiaje, 1823)
192386Noufal Tamsouri   2012-02-06
Morocco, Agadir (Madiague)


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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