Dataset: IZ-YPM
Search Criteria: Netherlands; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Yale University Peabody Museum


IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 002873.ANten Hove, H. A.   1970-03-24
Netherlands, Curacao, Piscadera Bay, Outer Bay, center near Pier Hilton

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 002832.AN   1955-02-09
Netherlands, Curacao, Caracas Bay

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
Hydroides mongeslopezi Rioja Lo-Bianco
YPM IZ 002875.ANten Hove, H. A.   1970-07-28
Netherlands, Curacao, San Juan Bay, Bora Grandi, NW

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 010450.CNVan Moorsel, G. W.   1979-08-02
Netherlands, Curacao, Piscadera Bay

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
Hydroides parvus (Treadwell)
YPM IZ 002871.ANten Hove, H. A.   1970-03-24
Netherlands, Curacao, Piscadera Bay, Outer Bay, center near Pier Hilton

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
Hydroides mucronata Rioja Lo-Bianco
YPM IZ 002841.ANten Hove, H. A.   1970-05-28
Netherlands, Curacao, Playa Kalki

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 002872.ANten Hove, H. A.   1970-03-24
Netherlands, Curacao, Piscadera Bay, central part (Rhizophora)

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
Hydroides mongeslopezi Rioja Lo-Bianco
YPM IZ 002876.ANten Hove, H. A.   1970-05-01
Netherlands, Curacao, Boca Santu Areta, SE

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
Hydroides dirampha Morch, 1863
YPM IZ 002840.ANten Hove, H. A.   1955-03-03
Netherlands, Curacao, Schottegat, Venezuelan destroyer

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 002874.ANten Hove, H. A.   1970-04-04
Netherlands, Curacao, Piscadera Bay, Outer Bay, center near Pier Hilton

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 010451.CNVan Moorsel, G. W.   1979-08-16
Netherlands, Curacao, Piscadera Bay

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 002833.AN   1955-03-30
Netherlands, Bonaire, north shore

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 010453.CNVan Moorsel, G. W.   1979-07-01
Netherlands, Curacao, Piscadera Bay

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 002834.AN   1930-10-05
Netherlands, Bonaire, Lac Boca behind reef

IZ-YPM:YPM-IZ
YPM IZ 010452.CNVan Moorsel, G. W.   1979-11-09
Netherlands, Curacao, Piscadera Bay


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