Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pinna carnea
Search Criteria: Bivalvia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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iNaturalist Observations - Panama


iNaturalist:Panama
Pinna carnea Gmélin, 1791
jaxinewolfe   2017-11-11
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Bocas del Toro, Bocas del Toro, Panama, 9.3521901902 -82.2728347778

National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution - Invertebrates


NMNH:Invertebrates
703228   
Panama, Panama; Galeta Point, Canal Zone

NMNH:Invertebrates
701482   
Panama, Panama; Lagoons at Galeta Is. N. Pan. Central America, Sta. # 69-26g SOSC Vessel-Hero

NMNH:Invertebrates
743362   
Panama, North Atlantic Ocean; Panama; San Blas Archipelago, Atlantic, Pico Feo

NMNH:Invertebrates
734994   
Panama, North Atlantic Ocean; Panama; Galeta, Canal Zone, atlantic, carbonate rocks of reef flat, and thalassia

NMNH:Invertebrates
743729   
Panama, North Atlantic Ocean; Panama; Payardi Id, Minas Bay, E. of Colon, Suction dredge spoil from rear edge of coral reef

University of Florida Invertebrate Zoology Collection


FLMNH UF
Pinna carnea Gmelin 1791
289637Paulay, Gustav   2001-06-14
Panama, Bocas del Toro, On N side of Hospital Pt, Out of Cove, 9.3416667 -82.2133333

FLMNH UF
Pinna carnea Gmelin 1791
289647Paulay, Gustav   2001-06-15
Panama, Bocas del Toro, S Side, Off of Mangrove Inn, 2/3 Out of Sand, 9.3333333 -82.2541667

FLMNH UF
Pinna carnea Gmelin 1791
328945   
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Devils Beach, Toro Point

FLMNH UF
Pinna carnea Gmelin 1791
328949   
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Devils Beach, Toro Point

FLMNH UF
Pinna carnea Gmelin 1791
372588   
Panama, off Bocas Del Toro, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Field Station, Cayo Adriana

FLMNH UF
Pinna carnea Gmelin 1791
505512Paulay, Gustav   BBDT-12042016-05-19
Panama, Bocas del Toro Province, Punta Juan, 9.300624 -82.293916


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Google Map

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