Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Philonesia parva
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel, Malacology


ANSP:MAL-Malacology
Philonesia parva H. B. Baker
130487Cooke, C. M.   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Konahuanui, Koolau Mountain Range, Oahu, 21.35 -157.78

ANSP:MAL-Malacology
Philonesia parva H. B. Baker
178241   1941-11-00
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Konahuanui, Oahu, 21.67 -157.94

Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Malacology


BPBM:MAL
11359   ex 17603
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, O Ľahu, 21.46389 -157.95309

BPBM:MAL
15730Bartsch & Cooke   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Manoa-Nuuanu ridge; Trig. Sta. to Konahuanui slope

BPBM:MAL
17603Cooke   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Konahuanui; summit, 21.35333333 -157.7886111

BPBM:MAL
20148Crampton, Spalding, Waterhouse, Cooke   
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Konahuanui, 21.35335 -157.788649


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