Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Nemotrichus armatus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Charles W. O'Brien Collection


ASU:ASUCOB
Nemotrichus armatus Jordan, 1904: 267
ASUCOB0023585F.D. Parker   1990-06-00
Costa Rica, Alajuela, 20 km. S Upala, 10.717219 -85.014536

ASU:ASUCOB
Nemotrichus armatus Jordan, 1904: 267
ASUCOB0023586R.L. Penrose   1984-05-26
Costa Rica, Limón, Pococí, Cariari (Rancho Suerte), 10.411344 -83.715289

ASU:ASUCOB
Nemotrichus armatus Jordan, 1904: 267
ASUCOB0023587C.W. O'Brien   1977-08-19
Belize, Stann Creek, Mile 20 Southern Highway, 16.736317 -88.422466

ASU:ASUCOB
Nemotrichus armatus Jordan, 1904: 267
ASUCOB0023588C.W. O'Brien   1977-08-16
Belize, Cayo, 24 mi. SE. Belmopan, 17.088111 -88.606239

ASU:ASUCOB
Nemotrichus armatus Jordan, 1904: 267
ASUCOB0023589C.W. O'Brien   1977-08-19
Belize, Stann Creek, Mile 11 Southern Highway, 16.850138 -88.345156

ASU:ASUCOB
Nemotrichus armatus Jordan, 1904: 267
ASUCOB0023590C.W. O'Brien   1977-07-31
Honduras, Santa Barbara, 13 km. SE. El Mochito, 14.78993 -88.010133


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