Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Trochomorpha partunda
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Malacology


BPBM:MAL
164882Collection Fulton   1936-05-01
Solomons, Solomons; Solomon Islands; Russell Island

Field Museum, Mollusk


FM-FMNH:MOL-Invertebrate Zoology
43551   
Solomon Islands

FM-FMNH:MOL-Invertebrate Zoology
91785J.W. Brazier   
Solomon Islands, Galera

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University


MCZ:Mala
12147[no agent data]   
Solomon Islands, Solomon Islands, [no specific locality data], -9.291517 160.286126

MCZ:Mala
Trochomorpha partunda Angas, 1868 Angas, 1868
396709[no agent data]   1800-01-01
Solomon Islands, [no specific locality data], -9.291517 160.286126

University of Michigan's Museum of Zoology, Mollusk


UMMZ:MOL-ummz-mollusks
139827Ponsonby Coll. ex Sowerby   
Solomon Islands, Guadalcanar Island [Guadalcanal], -9.53333 160.2

UMMZ:MOL-ummz-mollusks
139828Ponsonby Coll. ex Bednall   
Melanesia, Fiji, Rewa Province, Viti Levu Group, Viti Levu, Suva, Viti Levu, -18.1342 178.42575


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