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Description: 2819719 Edaphus americanus HT d IN(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: 2819719 Edaphus americanus HT p INPhotographer: Kelsey Keaton : Field Museum of Natural History - Department of Zoology
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Description: 2819719 Edaphus americanus HT labels INFM Catalog: InsectsCatalog Subset: ColeopteraScientific Name: Edaphus americanus Puthz, 1974Phylum: ArthropodaClass: InsectaOrder: ColeopteraFamily: StaphylinidaeGenus: EdaphusSpecies: americanusField #: FMHD#67-145Collector: S. B. Peck, A. FiskeCollection No.: Berlese #101Geography: North America, USA, Kentucky, Edmonson, Mammoth Cave National Park, Bruce Hollow. [LL]DWc Country: United States of AmericaDate Collected: 24 Aug 1967Tissue Available?: NoCo-ordinates Available?: YesCount: 1Sex: adult maleEMu IRN: 2819719OccurenceID: 25e20b5d-acec-418c-b017-0937bad3e54d
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