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Dataset: NAU-NAAC
Taxa: Leiodidae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Northern Arizona University - Arthropod Collection


NAU:NAAC
Leiodidae Fleming, 1821
GEWA22578Jacob Higgins   2009-07-08
United States, Virginia, Westmoreland, Stables GEWA, 38.18585 -76.91836

NAU:NAAC
Leiodidae Fleming, 1821
GEWA22579Jacob Higgins   2009-07-20
United States, Virginia, Westmoreland, Stables GEWA, 38.18585 -76.91836

NAU:NAAC
Leiodidae Fleming, 1821
NAUF4A0056903Derek Uhey   2015-08-06
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Little Mountain, Southwestern Experimental Garden Array, 36.5862 -112.3639

NAU:NAAC
Leiodidae Fleming, 1821
NAUF4A0056844Derek Uhey   2014-07-03
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Bear Springs, Southwestern Experimental Garden Array, 36.3636 -112.1725

NAU:NAAC
Leiodidae Fleming, 1821
NAUF4A0076674Derek Uhey   2014-07-03
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Bear Springs, Southwestern Experimental Garden Array, 36.3636 -112.1725

NAU:NAAC
Leiodidae Fleming, 1821
NAUF4A0076675Derek Uhey   2014-07-03
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Bear Springs, Southwestern Experimental Garden Array, 36.3636 -112.1725

NAU:NAAC
Leiodinae Fleming, 1821
NAUF4A0056778Derek Uhey   2015-08-06
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Blue Chute, southwestern experimental garden array, 35.5868 -111.9694

NAU:NAAC
Leiodinae Fleming, 1821
NAUF4A0056829Derek Uhey   2015-08-06
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Blue Chute, southwestern experimental garden array, 35.5868 -111.9694

NAU:NAAC
Leiodinae Fleming, 1821
NAUF4A0056766Derek Uhey   2014-06-17
United States, Arizona, Coconino, White Pocket, 36.6087 -112.4089, 2057m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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