Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Micrurus clarki
Search Criteria: Panama; Reptilia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Círculo Herpetológico de Panamá


STRI:CHP
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
CH 5475Querube Fuenmayor   1996-07-07
Panamá, Petaquilla, Río Caimito, Sitio Punta Rincón, 9.01974 -80.680198

STRI:CHP
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
CH 7514   
Panamá

Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology


MCZ
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
R-182160Herbert C. Clark   1933-06-16
Panama, Yavisa

MCZ
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
R-43942Herbert C. Clark   1937-08-18
Panama, Agua Clara: Panama

MCZ
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
R-50197G. Congdon Wood   1741939-01-01
Panama, Isthmus of Panama

MCZ
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
R-38390Herbert C. Clark   1877-11-11
Panama, Darién, Yavisa: Darien: Panama

MCZ
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
R-38391Herbert C. Clark   1877-11-11
Panama, Boca de Cupe: Panama

National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution - Vertebrates


NMNH:Vertebrates
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
150143   1963-03-10
Panama, San Blas, Armila

NMNH:Vertebrates
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
140673   1958-09-19
Panama, Darién, El Real

University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute Herpetology Collection


KU:KUH
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
112526   1967-01-11
Panama, San Blas, Camp Sasardi

KU:KUH
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
112527   1967-01-15
Panama, San Blas, 3 km WSW Camp Sasardi

KU:KUH
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
112528   1967-04-24
Panama, Darien, Rio Jaque, 1.5 km above Rio Imamado

KU:KUH
Micrurus clarki Schmith, 1936
112529   1966-01-13
Panama, Darien, N end Serrania de Pirre


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