MCZ:IZ:22842

Specimen of Microneta quinquedentata Emerton, 1882 recorded on 23-Oct-1873

from Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University dataset

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Location

Locality

Swampscott

Geographic Classification

North America >  United States >  Massachusetts >  Essex

Identification details According to GBIF Backbone Taxonomy

Identified as species

Microneta quinquedentata Emerton, 1882

Taxonomic classification

Type Status

syntype of Microneta quinquedentata

Identified

By [no agent data]

Occurrence details

Recorded

23-Oct-1873 01:00:00 by J.H. Emerton Collection

Occurrence Remarks

citation: 1882. Trans. Conn. Acad., 6: 75, pl. 24, f. 2; sex: multiple

Individual Count

1

Source details

Data publisher

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University

Record details on publisher site

Institution code / ID

MCZ / b4640710-8e03-11d8-b956-b8a03c50a862

Owner Institution Code

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University

Dataset

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University

Collection code

IZ

Basis of record / type

Specimen / PhysicalObject

Disposition

in collection

Preparations

whole animal (70% ethanol)

Dynamic Properties

{"citation":"1882. Trans. Conn. Acad., 6: 75, pl. 24, f. 2", "sex":"multiple"}

Occurrence ID

MCZ:IZ:22842

GBIF ID

477931500

Catalog number

22842

Language

en

Record history

This record was last modified in GBIF on 23-May-2017. The source was last visited by GBIF on 06-Jun-2017. It was last updated according to the publisher on 10-Jul-2015.

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