Dataset: AUMNH-Invertebrates
Search Criteria: Republic of Peru; Cusco; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Auburn University Museum of Natural History Invertebrates


AUMNH:Invertebrates
Decapoda Latreille, 1802
24322Taphorn, D.C.; Birindelli, J.; Brooks, D.   PER10-242010-07-25
Republic of Peru, Cusco, Quispicanchis, Caño , tributario de la orilla derecha del rio Araza, detras de la confluencia del Nusiniascato y Araza, 11.6km ENE de Quincemil, -13.20897 -70.54493

AUMNH:Invertebrates
Decapoda Latreille, 1802
24324Lujan, N.K.; Taphorn, D.C.; Meza; Brooks, D.; B.B.   PER10-472010-08-08
Republic of Peru, Cusco, Quispicanchis, Quebrada Yanamayu, 3km arriba de Quincemil, -13.22437 -70.76012

AUMNH:Invertebrates
Decapoda Latreille, 1802
24325Lujan, N.K.; Brooks, D.; Taphorn, D.C.; Birindelli, J.   PER10-252010-07-25
Republic of Peru, Cusco, Quispicanchis, Caño , tributario de la orilla derecha del rio Araza, 18.2km NE de Quincemil, -13.17553 -70.49445


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