Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pauahia tantilla
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel, Malacology


ANSP:MAL-Malacology
Pauahia tantilla Cooke, 1911
108912Pilsbry   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Western ridge of Popouwela, Oahu, 19.21 -155.87

ANSP:MAL-Malacology
Pauahia tantilla Cooke, 1911
112957Pilsbry   1913-00-00
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, West ridge of Popouwela, Oahu, 19.21 -155.87

Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Malacology


BPBM:MAL
12080   14387
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, O Ľahu, 21.46389 -157.95309

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University


MCZ:Mala
Pauahia tantilla Cooke, 1911
202752Kuhns, David D. Thaanum   1914-01-01
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Kawaiholoma-Opaeula Ridge

MCZ:Mala
Pauahia tantilla Cooke, 1911
202756Daniel B. Kuhns   1914-01-01
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Waianae Mountains, to right of Pohakea Pass, 21.434774 -158.09113

MCZ:Mala
Pauahia tantilla Cooke, 1911
202755Daniel B. Kuhns   1914-01-01
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Waianaae Mts, Peak to the right of Popouwela

MCZ:Mala
Pauahia tantilla Cooke, 1911
202753Kuhns, David D. Thaanum   1910-01-01
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Popou-wela (Popouwela), 21.464347 -158.100176

MCZ:Mala
Pauahia tantilla Cooke, 1911
202754Kuhns, David D. Thaanum   1913-01-01
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Popou-wela (Popouwela), 21.464347 -158.100176


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