Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Eurycea lucifuga
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herpetology


CAS:HERP
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
13071J. Hurter   1906-05-21
United States, Missouri, Stone Co.

CAS:HERP
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
13072J. Hurter   1906-09-10
United States, Missouri, Stone Co., Marble Cave, 36.7005 -93.3376611111

CAS:HERP
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
74185J. Hurter   1908-05-03
United States, Missouri, Jefferson Co., 38.2738722222 -90.5396861111

CAS:HERP
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
74186J. Hurter   1908-05-03
United States, Missouri, Jefferson Co., 38.2738722222 -90.5396861111

CAS:HERP
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
74187J. Hurter   1908-05-03
United States, Missouri, Jefferson Co., 38.2738722222 -90.5396861111

CAS:HERP
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
74188J. Hurter   1908-05-05
United States, Missouri, Jefferson Co., 38.2738722222 -90.5396861111

CAS:HERP
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
74287J. Hurter   
United States, Indiana, Crawford Co., Marengo Cave, 38.37549 -86.33725

CAS:HERP
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
93079F. Schwartz   1955-07-06
United States, West Virginia, Greenbrier Co., 1 mi NW of Frankfort, Higginbottom Cave no. 2, 37.9321555 -80.4078896111

CAS:SUA
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
184   
United States, Indiana, Monroe Co., Bloomington, 39.1652805556 -86.5263888889

CAS:SUA
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
2185G.S. Myers   0000-00-00
United States, Indiana, Monroe Co., Bloomington, 39.1652805556 -86.5263888889

CAS:SUA
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
2186G.S. Myers   0000-00-00
United States, Indiana, Monroe Co., Bloomington, 39.1652805556 -86.5263888889

CAS:SUA
Eurycea lucifuga Rafinesque, 1822
60C. Bolleuau   
United States, Indiana, Monroe Co., Bloomington, 39.1652805556 -86.5263888889


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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