Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leptachatina triticea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel, Malacology


ANSP:MAL-Malacology
376260Oswald, O.   1930-11-02
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Near backbone, Puu O Kona, Oahu, 21.33 -157.73

ANSP:MAL-Malacology
380230Oswald, O.   1923-05-11
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Head of ridge, east side of valley east of Keawaawa, Oahu, 21.5 -158

ANSP:MAL-Malacology
383976Oswald, O.   1936-11-14
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Right, first Kukui Glen, 50 feet inland and 75 feet elevation below second low saddle in ridge, about 20 feet from cliff face, Palolo, Oahu, 21.3 -157.8, 210 - 210m

Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Malacology


BPBM:MAL
190819Yoshio Kondo   1946-03-02
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Keawaawa

BPBM:MAL
14574Lyman   O.L. 236
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Waianae Mts.; Waialua, back of, 21.482533 -158.12557

BPBM:MAL
59112G.K.   MCZ 45235 ; GK 5781922-01-01
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Keawaawa

BPBM:MAL
71057Gulick   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Keawaawa

Florida Museum of Natural History, Invertebrate Zoology


FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
540835Miyano, Leland   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Oahu, Makua, "E side of the valley", 21.5308 -158.2187

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University


MCZ:Mala
45235[no agent data]   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Keawaawa, 21.288673 -157.706401


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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