Dataset: FLMNH-IZ
Taxa: Caryodidae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Florida Museum of Natural History, Invertebrate Zoology


FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
Hedleyella maconelli (Reeve 1851)
92285Armstrong, H.   
Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland Province, New Hanover, New Hanover Island, -2.518667 150.22696

FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
Hedleyella falconeri (Gray 1834)
92286Armstrong, H.   
Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland Province, New Hanover, New Hanover Island, -2.518667 150.22696

FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
Pedinogyra cunninghami (Gray 1834)
92326Armstrong, H.   
Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland Province, New Hanover, New Hanover Island, -2.518667 150.22696

FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
Pedinogyra cunninghami muhlfeldiana (Pfeiffer)
92329Armstrong, H.   
Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland Province, New Hanover, New Hanover Island, -2.518667 150.22696

FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
Hedleyella maconelli (Reeve 1851)
165136Armstrong, H.   
Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland Province, New Hanover, New Hanover Island, -2.518667 150.22696

FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
Pedinogyra cunninghami (Gray 1834)
165139Armstrong, H.   
Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland Province, New Hanover, New Hanover Island, -2.518667 150.22696

FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
Pedinogyra muhlfedltiana (Pfeiffer 1852)
165143Armstrong, H.   
Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland Province, New Hanover, New Hanover Island, -2.518667 150.22696

FLMNH-UF:IZ-Invertebrate Zoology
Hedleyella falconeri (Gray 1834)
237878Armstrong, H.   
Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland Province, New Hanover, New Hanover Island, -2.518667 150.22696


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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