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Smithsonian Institution. 2014. National Museum of Natural History specimen collections. Accessed via GBIF data portal, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Created on 03/10/2014. Accessed on 05/19/2014.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 26854
Type: Database
Author: Smithsonian Institution
Date (year): 2014
Title:National Museum of Natural History specimen collections. Accessed via GBIF data portal,
Publisher:Smithsonian Institution
Publisher Location:Washington, DC
Accessed on: 05/19/2014
Created on: 03/10/2014
Keywords: NMNH, botany, ichthyology, herpetology, mammalogy, invertebrate zoology
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Asellus hilgendorfii

    CA - Sacramento, San Joaquin Delta
    CA - Sacramento, San Joaquin Delta
    CA - Sacramento, San Joaquin Delta

Caecidotea laticaudata

    FL - Gainesville, Stream Near
    MD - Jones Fall Below Lake Roland Dam, 0.5 Mile N Of Baltimore City Line Between Charles St. And Falls Road
    SC - Santee National Wildlife Refuge

Caecidotea racovitzai

    MI - Mill Creek Along Straits
    MI - Mouth Of Carp Creek
    UT - Provo River, Midway Bridge, Above Deer Creek Reservoir

Eubosmina coregoni

    MA - Woods Hole

Faxonius causeyi

    AZ - Parker Canyon Lake, 35 Mile E Of Nogales 6 Mile N Mexico Border

Faxonius juvenilis

    WV - New Creek, 7.4 Mile SW Of Burlington On Route 50

Faxonius virilis

    PA - 3 Mile W Of Gettysburg On Fairfield Road (116). Marsh Creek
    VA - Broad Run Sterling

Limnoithona tetraspina

    CA - San Joaquin River.

Macrobrachium rosenbergii

    PR - [No locality string in original GBIF record]

Natrix tessellata

    VA - Norfolk Naval Base, near

Neoergasilus japonicus

    AL - Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station, Agriculture Pond

Pseudodiaptomus forbesi

    CA - San Joaquin Estuary, Suisun Bay
    CA - Suison Bay, San Joaquin Estuary.


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