Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Anthophora curta (Anthophora curta var. ensenadensis, Anthophora curta var. melanops, Anthophora curta ensenadensis, Anthophora curta melanops)
Search Criteria: Lat: 34.417479 - 34.428984 Long: -119.887717 - -119.869134; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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iNaturalist Research-Grade Observations


iNat
Anthophora curta Provancher, 1895
60448871Carlo   2020-09-22
United States, California, 34.41836 -119.876526

University of California Santa Barbara Invertebrate Zoology Collection


UCSB:IZC
Anthophora curta Provancher, 1895
UCSB-IZC00030135UCSBees Survey   2019-05-17
United States, California, Santa Barbara, UCSB North Campus Open Space, 34.4197 -119.8818

UCSB:IZC
Anthophora curta Provancher, 1895
UCSB-IZC00046630Madeleine Ostwald   2022-06-09
UC Santa Barbara, North Campus Open Space, 34.421774 -119.871665

UCSB:IZC
Anthophora curta Provancher, 1895
UCSB-IZC00046564Madeleine Ostwald   2022-06-09
UC Santa Barbara, North Campus Open Space, 34.421774 -119.871665

UCSB:IZC
Anthophora curta Provancher, 1895
UCSB-IZC00045340Madeleine Ostwald   2022-06-09
UC Santa Barbara, North Campus Open Space, 34.421774 -119.871665

UCSB:IZC
Anthophora curta Provancher, 1895
UCSB-IZC00045302Madeleine Ostwald   2022-06-09
UC Santa Barbara, North Campus Open Space, 34.421774 -119.871665

UCSB:IZC
Anthophora curta Provancher, 1895
UCSB-IZC00045320Madeleine Ostwald   2022-06-09
UC Santa Barbara, North Campus Open Space, 34.421774 -119.871665

UCSB:IZC
Anthophora curta Provancher, 1895
UCSB-IZC00046854Madeleine Ostwald   2022-06-09
UC Santa Barbara, North Campus Open Space, 34.421774 -119.871665


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

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