Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Amastra fossilis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Malacology


BPBM:MAL
168262E.Y. Hosaka   1936-11-25
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii, Mauna Kea; Paahau; Pali Hooukapapa, alt. 4200'

BPBM:MAL
188811E.Y. Hosaka   1939-04-22
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii, Hamakua District; Palihoukapapa {Slope of Mauna Kea}

BPBM:MAL
210593E.Y. Hosaka   1941-06-11
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii, Hamakua District; Paahau, 2 mi. beyond Palihooukapapa

BPBM:MAL
22346Henshaw   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii, Hamakua District; Palihoukapapa

BPBM:MAL
36661   1911-09-01
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii, Waimea; Palihoukapapa, 20.561082 -156.568651

University of Michigan's Museum of Zoology, Mollusk


UMMZ:MOL-ummz-mollusks
146139Thaanum, D.   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii, Mauna Kea


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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