Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cadulus californicus
Search Criteria: includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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California Academy of Sciences


CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
25229T.S. Oldroyd   1939-01-01
United States, California, San Diego County

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
77544DKB [?]   
United States, California, San Diego County, 62 fm

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
77967   1913-00-00
United States, California, San Diego County, 100 fm

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
152680   1980-04-01
United States, Alaska, Boca de Quadra main channel

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
152681   1979-12-01
United States, Alaska, main channel

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
153555   1979-12-01
United States, Alaska, Boca de Quadra main channel

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
153604   1979-12-01
United States, Alaska, Boca de Quadra main channel

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
153605   1979-12-01
United States, Alaska

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
153606   1989-12-01
United States, Alaska

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
153629   1979-12-01
United States, Alaska, Boca de Quadra main channel

CAS:INVERT
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898
153633   1979-12-01
United States, Alaska, Boca de Quadra main channel

Field Museum of Natural History Invertebrates


FMNH:Invertebrate Zoology
Cadulus californicus (Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898)
139339   
U.S.A., California, San Diego, San Diego

Florida Museum of Natural History


UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry & Sharp 1898
464309-MolluscaTurver, Harry   1962-09-20
United States, California, Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz

Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology


Harvard:MCZ
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry & Sharp, 1898
322700[no agent data]   1938-04-24
United States, California, Redondo

Harvard:MCZ
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry & Sharp, 1898
322698Burch Family   1941-08-01
United States, California, Redondo Beach, 33.849182 -118.388408

Harvard:MCZ
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry & Sharp, 1898
322699[no agent data]   1939-07-01
United States, California, Redondo Beach, 33.849182 -118.388408

Naturalis Biodiversity Center (NL) - Mollusca


Naturalis:Mollusca
Cadulus californicus Pilsbry & Sharp, 1898
RMNH.MOL.311588   

University of Alaska Museum


UAM:INVERT
Cadulus californicus (Pilsbry and Sharp, 1898)
UAM:Inv:12607Collector(s): B. L. Wing   1990-05-19
United States, Alaska, Noyes Island, 55.5 -134.5


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