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

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California Academy of Sciences


CAS:INVERT
Dentalium agassizi Pilsbry and Sharp, 1897
77961Scripp's Inst.   
United States, California, 100 fm

CAS:INVERT
Dentalium agassizi Pilsbry and Sharp, 1897
114582U.S.F.C. Str. "Albatross"   1906-06-03
United States, Alaska

CAS:INVERT
Dentalium agassizi Pilsbry and Sharp, 1897
133029A. Carey   1971-09-11
United States, Oregon, 48.6083333 -127.0133333

Florida Museum of Natural History


UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium agassizi Pilsbry&Sharp 1897
349551-MolluscaSkogland, Paul; Carol   1975-11-01
Mexico, Jalisco, Caleta De Los Angeles, Bahia Tenacatita, 19.283333 -104.833333

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium agassizi Pilsbry&Sharp 1897
349552-MolluscaMollring, C.   1990-02-01
Mexico, Baja California, San Juanico, 31.2 -116.05

UF:Invertebrate Zoology
Dentalium agassizi Pilsbry&Sharp 1897
349553-MolluscaSkogland, Paul; Carol   1975-12-01
Mexico, Colima, Bahia Santiago, Manzanillo, Off Puenta Julicapari, 19.1 -104.383333

Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology


Harvard:MCZ
Dentalium agassizi Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897
27969William H. Dall, USFC Steamer Albatross   1891-04-11
Mexico, Guerrero, Acapulco, 16.55 -99.875

Harvard:MCZ
Dentalium agassizi Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897
27970William H. Dall, USFC Steamer Albatross   1891-03-10
Panama, Gulf of Panama, Azuero Peninsula, Punta Mala, SE of, 7.0916666667 -79.6666666667


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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.