Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Megabalanus stultus
Search Criteria: panama; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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California Academy of Sciences


CAS:INVERT
Megabalanus stultus (Darwin, 1854)
169864Robert Van Syoc and Kai Palenscar   2004-01-25
Panama, STRI Research Station, Isla Colon, northwest corner, south of Punta Cauro, 9.425 -82.3233333

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Megabalanus stultus (Darwin, 1854)
169865Robert Van Syoc and Kai Palenscar   2004-01-26
Panama, STRI Research Station, southeast of Isla Bastimentos, 9.2482167 -82.1383333

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Megabalanus stultus (Darwin, 1854)
169866Robert Van Syoc and Kai Palenscar   2004-01-28
Panama, STRI Research Station, Arecife de Tristan (Pondsock Reef), 9.2916667 -82.3166667

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Megabalanus stultus (Darwin, 1854)
169867Robert Van Syoc and Kai Palenscar   2004-01-26
Panama, STRI Research Station, northeast of Isla Popa

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Megabalanus stultus (Darwin, 1854)
169868Robert Van Syoc and Kai Palenscar   2004-01-25
Panama, STRI Research Station, east of Punta Sarabeta, 9.43 -82.3383333

CAS:INVERT
Megabalanus stultus (Darwin, 1854)
169964Robert Van Syoc and Kai Palenscar   2004-01-25
Panama, STRI Research Station, Isla Colon, northwest corner, south of Punta Cauro, 9.425 -82.3233333

Florida Museum of Natural History


UF:Invertebrate Zoology
6708-Arthropoda   
Panama, off Bocas Del Toro, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Field Station, Boca Del Drago Ii

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
44543-ArthropodaPaulay, Gustav   2016-05-28
Panama, Bocas del Toro Province, Salt Creek, 9.280033 -82.101717

Yale University Peabody Museum


IZ:YPM
YPM IZ 008441.CRMcNiel, J. A.   
Panama, Colon Province, formerly Aspinwall

IZ:YPM
YPM IZ 008445.CRMcNiel, J. A.   1868-00-00
Panama, formerly Aspinwall


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Google Map

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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.