Dataset: ASU-ASUHEP
Taxa: Leptotyphlopidae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Herpetology Photo Observations


ASU:ASUHEP
Leptotyphlops humilis (Baird and Girard, 1853)
ASUHEP000100O'DONNELL, R P   2016-06-16
United States, Arizona, Mohave, SANTA MARIA RIVER, ~1 MILE UPSTREAM PALMERITA RANCH, 34.29867612 -113.40521349 (WGS84), 34.2986700 -113.4052100

ASU:ASUHEP
Leptotyphlops humilis (Baird and Girard, 1853)
ASUHEP000123ARNETT-ROMERO, S   2017-05-24
United States, Arizona, Yuma, IN WASH ON E SLOPE OF TINAJAS ALTAS MTNS, ~3.9 KM SSE OF CENTER OF RAVEN'S BUTTE, 11S 773878E 3585414N (WSG84), 32.3721600 -114.0891700

ASU:ASUHEP
Rena humilis Baird and Girard, 1853
ASUHEP000172BRENNAN, T C   T.C.B. PS-0482010-04-17
United States, Arizona, Yuma, COPPER MTNS, IN CANYON N BETTY LEE MINE CANYON, 32.51566 113.98624 (WGS84), 32.5156600 -113.9862400, 328m

ASU:ASUHEP
Rena dissectus (Cope, 1896)
ASUHEP000196COTA, T   2018-06-30
United States, Arizona, Cochise, ADJACENT TO PARKER CANYON RD, ~150M E OF PARKER CANYON LAKE SHORELINE, 31.428721 110.448364 (WGS84), 31.4287210 -110.4483640, 1661m

ASU:ASUHEP
ASUHEP000209WYMAN, J   2018-08-05
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, HWY 83, VICINITY OF HOUSTON RANCH, 31.5797920 110.55566830, 31.5797920 -110.5556683

ASU:ASUHEP
Rena humilis Baird and Girard, 1853
ASUHEP000406Corsetti, Tessa   2019-06-21
USA, Arizona, Mohave, Grand Canyon, at the mouth of Travertine Canyon, near the Colorado river, 35.7509560 -113.4247820

ASU:ASUHEP
Rena humilis Baird and Girard, 1853
ASUHEP000460Aaron, Sonny   2018-06-15
USA, Arizona, Gila, Hwy 288, 299.660m SE of intersection with First Water Canyon, 33.7378921 -110.9596808

ASU:ASUHEP
Rena dissecta (Cope, 1896)
ASUHEP000589Martineau, W. Jeffrey   2020-08-08
United States, Arizona, Cochise, South Willson Road near Naco, 31.3436300 -109.9529300


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Google Map

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