Dataset: UF
Search Criteria: Guam; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Florida Museum of Natural History


UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Heteropsammia Milne-Edwards and Haime, 1848
14376-CnidariaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Hastula lanceata (Linnaeus 1767)
567977-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Terebra Bruguiere, 1789
567978-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Tellina Linnaeus, 1758
567979-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Terebra Bruguiere, 1789
567980-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Cryptopecten Dall, Bartsch and Rehder, 1938
567981-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Conus Linnaeus, 1758
567982-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Pseudofulvia arago
567983-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Frigidocardium valdentatum
567984-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Heliacus D'Orbigny, 1842
567985-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
567986-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
567987-MolluscaSmith, Barry   1986-04-07
Guam, E Agana Bay


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