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Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Melampus carolianus
Search Criteria: Panama; Gastropoda; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology


MCZ
Melampus carolianus Lesson, 1842
316281António M. de Frias Martins   1993-01-17
Panama, Panama la Vieja, near Fuerte de Natividad

National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution - Invertebrates


NMNH:Invertebrates
758961   
Panama, Panama; Miraflores spillway; Sta. 130-3

NMNH:Invertebrates
588867   
Panama, Panama; drift behind sand barrier along lagoon of Rio Marina, S. side, San Jose, Pearl Islands

NMNH:Invertebrates
588722   
Panama, Panama; floodplain of Rio Marina, just above the mangrove swamp behind E. beach, San Jose Id, Pearl Islands

NMNH:Invertebrates
883828   
Panama, PanamaPanama La Vieja, Fuerte de Navidad

NMNH:Invertebrates
218161   
Panama, PanamaPanama City

NMNH:Invertebrates
252255   
Panama, Panama; Beach, Old Panama

NMNH:Invertebrates
216283   
Panama, Panama; Diablo Hill, Corozal

NMNH:Invertebrates
588861   
Panama, Panama; Mangrove swamp, SW of Rio Mata Puerco mouth, behind 3rd beach, E. of landing beach, San Jose, Pearl Islands

NMNH:Invertebrates
588744   
Panama, Panama; mangrove swamp behind landing beach, San Jose Id, Pearl Islands

NMNH:Invertebrates
588792   
Panama, Panama; mangrove swamp S. of Rio Marina Swamp, San Jose, Pearl Islands

NMNH:Invertebrates
588727   
Panama, Panama; inner edge of swamp at mouth of Rio Marina near E. beach, San Jose Id, Pearl Islands

NMNH:Invertebrates
218160   
Panama, Panama; Punta Paitilla, Panama City

University of Florida Invertebrate Zoology Collection


FLMNH UF
94440Rousseau   
Panama, N/A

FLMNH UF
94441   
Panama, Panama Province, Panama City

FLMNH UF
94442   
Panama, Punta Tatilla


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