Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pleuropoma hawaiiensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Malacology


BPBM:MAL
Pleuropoma hawaiiensis makalii
11241C.M. Cooke, Jr. & T.T. Dranga   ex 81221
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Kauai, Kawaihau District; Wailua; N fork of Wailua River

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University


MCZ:Mala
Pleuropoma hawaiiensis knudseni P. & C.
191107Kuhns, David D. Thaanum   1919-01-01
Polynesia, United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Kauai, Haena, 22.205334 -159.577082

MCZ:Mala
Pleuropoma hawaiiensis knudseni P. & C.
191106Kuhns, David D. Thaanum   1919-01-01
United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Kauai, Kapaia, 21.992968 -159.360811

MCZ:Mala
Pleuropoma hawaiiensis knudseni P. & C.
191104Charles M. Cooke, Jr.   1898-01-01
United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Kauai, Hanakapiai, 22.186956 -159.593817

MCZ:Mala
Pleuropoma hawaiiensis knudseni P. & C.
191105Kuhns   1918-01-01
United States, Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, Kauai, Hanalei, 22.115833 -159.435


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