Dataset: WIS
Taxa: Myochroidea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Myochroidea rufofusca (Anzi) Printzen, T. Sprib. & Tønsberg
WIS-L-0079480A. H. Magnusson   56851921-07-13
Sweden, Torne lappmark (TL), par. Jukkasjärvi, Snuorratjakko, 68.153578 19.775807, 1000m

WIS
Myochroidea leprosula (Arnold) Printzen, T. Sprib. & Tønsberg
WIS-L-0120620E. Hinteregger   s.n.1986-08-07
Austria, Tyrol, Stubaier Alpen, Mutterbergalm, area of Stubaier Gletscher, E of Fernautal, way to Großer Trögler, GF 8932/4, 47.0083333 11.1666667, 1800m

WIS
Myochroidea rufofusca (Anzi) Printzen, T. Sprib. & Tønsberg
WIS-L-0132674K. Kalb   1701973-09-07
Austria, Salzburg, Hohe Tauern: Kapruner Valley; Schmiedingerkees above the Krefelder hut, 47.2 12.683333, 2300m

WIS
Myochroidea rufofusca (Anzi) Printzen, T. Sprib. & Tønsberg
WIS-L-0132675K. Kalb   160471976-08-06
Turkey, Bursa, Uludağ, 20 km southeast of Bursa, 40.068189 29.226767, 2150m

WIS
Myochroidea rufofusca (Anzi) Printzen, T. Sprib. & Tønsberg
WIS-L-0132676K. Kalb   162291976-08-06
Turkey, Bursa, Uludağ, 20 km southeast of Bursa, 40.068189 29.226767, 1700m

WIS
Myochroidea rufofusca (Anzi) Printzen, T. Sprib. & Tønsberg
WIS-L-0132677K. Kalb   22981974-05-02
Switzerland, Valais, Walliser Alps: above Zermatt; Sunnegga, 46.016983 7.770329, 1900m

WIS
Myochroidea rufofusca (Anzi) Printzen, T. Sprib. & Tønsberg
WIS-L-0132678K. Kalb   22971974-05-02
Switzerland, Valais, Walliser Alps: above Zermatt; Sunnegga, 46.016983 7.770329, 1900m

WIS
Myochroidea rufofusca (Anzi) Printzen, T. Sprib. & Tønsberg
WIS-L-0132679K. Kalb   222001984-08-11
Sweden, Härjedalen (Hrj), Between Ramundberget (c. 20 km NW of Funäsdalen) and the mountain Stor-Mittaklappen, 62.709503 12.423602, 1000m


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Google Map

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