Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Dentalium disparile
Search Criteria: includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Chicago Academy of Sciences


CHAS:MAL
CHAS:Inv:21667Collector(s): William Stimpson   1800-01-01
Mexico, Yucatan, Yucatan Channel

Florida Museum of Natural History


UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
149446-MolluscaLopes, H.   
Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, B. Guanabara, Ilha Do Fundao

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
149447-MolluscaVecchietti, P.   
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Campeche

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
149448-MolluscaSheafer, C.   1958-05-00
Trinidad and Tobago, Tobago Island, Off Buccoo Point

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
149449-MolluscaLopes, H.   
Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, B. Sepetiba, Parada Sahy

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
149450-MolluscaLopes, H.   
Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, Sepetiba

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
149451-MolluscaCardoso, P.   
Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, Distrito Federal

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
149452-MolluscaDeFiore   1938-00-00
Brazil, São Paulo, Santos, Mococoa

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
150748-MolluscaOlsson, A.   
Panama, Bocas del Toro Province, Almirante

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
161813-Mollusca   
United States, Florida, Hillsborough County, Tampa

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium disparile d' Orbigny 1842
243374-Mollusca   
United States, Florida, Lee County, Sanibel Island, 26 -82

Yale University Peabody Museum


IZ:YPM
Dentalium disparile d'Orbigny, 1842
YPM IZ 087754Morris, P. A.   1952-01-10
United States, Florida, Sarasota County


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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.