Dataset: BUP
Search Criteria: United States OR USA OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bloomsburg University Vetebrate Natural History Collection


BUP
Cottus bairdii Girard, 1850
BU-0001Sue Hall   1987-06-01
USA, Pennsylvania, Columbia, 41.1070634 -76.3562613

BUP
Etheostoma nigrum Rafinesque, 1820
BU-0004Shelia Perry   1974-06-16
USA, Pennsylvania, Bucks, Reedman's near Route 1 in Levittown

BUP
Anguilla bostoniensis (Lesueur, 1817)
BU-0053Bruce Michael   1973-08-12
USA, Pennsylvania, Bucks, Neshaminy Creek

BUP
Gyrinophilas porphyriticus
BU-0054John Tini   H-081977-06-28
USA, Pennsylvania, Northumberland, Property RO #3

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Plethodon cinereus (Green, 1818)
BU-0055Field Zoology Class summer 1989   1989-07-03
USA, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Arbutus acres

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Lithobates palustris
BU-0110Kashuba   1971-07-05
United States, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Farm pond

BUP
Lithobates palustris
BU-0109T. Waldran   1971-07-05
USA, Pennsylvania, Luzerne, 2 miles east of Nesopeck along Susquehanna River

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Graptemys geographica (Lesueur, 1817)
BU-0113Joe Flynn   
USA, Pennsylvania, Perry, 3 miles south of Newport, PA

BUP
Rana palustris LeConte, 1825
BU-0115P. Peter Hanzlick Jr.   1969-07-15
USA, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Long hollow


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