Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Samoana margaritae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel, Malacology


ANSP:MAL-Malacology
294786Crampton, H. E.   1934-00-00
Polynesia, French Polynesia, Austral Islands, Austral Islands, Large shell: Area, northern part of island; Small shell: Tanga, eastern part of island, -27.621714 -144.330658

ANSP:MAL-Malacology
294787Crampton, H. E.   
Polynesia, French Polynesia, Austral Islands, Austral Islands, Rapa, Tanga, eastern part of Rapa Island, -27.621714 -144.330658

ANSP:MAL-Malacology
456636Crampton, H. E.   1934-00-00
Polynesia, French Polynesia, Austral Islands, Austral Islands, Large shell: Area, northern part of island; Small shell: Tanga, eastern part of island, -27.621714 -144.330658

University of Michigan's Museum of Zoology, Mollusk


UMMZ:MOL-ummz-mollusks
Samoana margaritae Crampton & C. M. Cooke, 1933
305631Fontaine, Benoit|Gargominy, Olivier   
Polynesia, French Polynesia, Austral Islands, Austral Islands, Rapa, detailed locality information protected

UMMZ:MOL-ummz-mollusks
Samoana margaritae Crampton & C. M. Cooke, 1933
305628Fontaine, Benoit|Gargominy, Olivier   
Polynesia, French Polynesia, Austral Islands, Austral Islands, Rapa, detailed locality information protected

UMMZ:MOL-ummz-mollusks
Samoana margaritae Crampton & C. M. Cooke, 1933
305629Fontaine, Benoit|Gargominy, Olivier   
Polynesia, French Polynesia, Austral Islands, Austral Islands, Rapa, detailed locality information protected

UMMZ:MOL-ummz-mollusks
Samoana margaritae Crampton & C. M. Cooke, 1933
305630Fontaine, Benoit|Gargominy, Olivier   
Polynesia, French Polynesia, Austral Islands, Austral Islands, Rapa, detailed locality information protected


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Google Map

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