Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Conus alabaster (Phasmoconus alabaster)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Auburn University Museum of Natural History Mollusks


AUMNH:Mollusks
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
13479   
Republic of India, State of Tamil Nadu, Bay of Bengal nr. Chennai

Carnegie Museum of Natural History - Mollusks


CM:Mollusks
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
102238   
Philippines, Boac, Marinduque Island

Denver Museum of Nature & Science


DMNS:INVERT
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
DMNS:Inv:20190Collector(s): unknown   Warren 1300
Philippines, Quezon, Tayabas Bay, 13.539131 121.638625

DMNS:INVERT
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
DMNS:Inv:31164Collector(s): unknown   Schaake 3236
India, Tamil Nadu, Chennai, 13.073921 80.417272

Florida Museum of Natural History


UF
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
551055-Mollusca   
Philippines, Marinduque Island

Illinois Natural History Survey - Mollusk Collection


INHS:MOLLUSK
Phasmoconus alabaster (Reeve, 1849)
44664   1967-10-00
Philippines, Mimaropa Region, Marinduque Province, Pacific Ocean, Marinduque, Asia, 13.43571 121.81503

INHS:MOLLUSK
Phasmoconus alabaster (Reeve, 1849)
80926   
Philippines, Mimaropa Region, Marinduque Province, Pacific Ocean, Tayabas Bay, Asia, 13.74999 121.750557

INHS:MOLLUSK
Phasmoconus alabaster (Reeve, 1849)
83286   1978-04-00
India, Tamil Nadu, Chennai District, Indian Ocean, Madras [Chennai], Asia, 13.07145 80.29152

National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution


NMNH:Invertebrates
USNM 806217   1974-00-00
Philippines, Davao del Sur, Mindanao Island, Off Davao Bay

Naturalis Biodiversity Center (NL) - Mollusca


Naturalis:Mollusca
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
ZMA.MOLL.38022Martin R.   
Philippines, Batangas, dredged, 13.78 120.95

Naturalis:Mollusca
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
ZMA.MOLL.38021   
Indonesia, Djakarta Bay, Teluk Jakarta (Bay of Batavia) figured specimen from this lot in Coomans et al, 1979, -6 106.67

Naturalis:Mollusca
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
RMNH.MOL.218767   
Unknown

Naturalis:Mollusca
Conus alabaster Reeve, 1849
RMNH.MOL.218768   
Myanma, Arakan


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This project is supported by the National Science Foundation's Division of Environmental Biology through an award titled "Advancing Revisionary Taxonomy and Systematics: Integrative Research and Training in Tropical Taxonomy" (DEB-1456674). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed on this website are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.