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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceIdaho
County/ParishFremont
LocalitySaint Anthony Sand Dunes
Latitude44.00295
Longitude-111.807733
Institution CodeDmns
Collection CodeDmns
Catalog NumberZe.26603
Collected ByClifford, Vernon G.
Date Collected1972-06-18

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Worldwide in scope though with a focus on the American West, the Entomology and Arachnology collections at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science collectively comprise over 1,000,000 specimens and specimen lots. The Entomology collection contains over 950,000 specimens, with Coleoptera (750,000+ specimens) and Lepidoptera (130,000+ specimens) as primary foci. The holdings include at least 18 primary types and 150 paratypes, and dates of collection span from 1878 to the present. The dung beetle collection is the largest in the United States, and our scarab holdings are particularly strong in African as well as regional material. The Colorado Scarab Survey and the Colorado Microlepidoptera Survey, both long-term projects initiated and conducted by DMNS, are steadily growing our regional holdings and our knowledge of the Colorado fauna. The Arachnology collection, with over 55,000 vials of specimens and specimen lots, is the sixth largest in the United States. Holdings are particularly strong in Colorado species and in Solifugae, with 13 primary types and 65 paratypes. The Colorado Spider Survey, initiated at DMNS and now in its 16th year, has vastly expanded our knowledge of the Colorado spider fauna. At the end of 2014, the Entomology collection moved to a new, state-of-the-art collections facility in the south wing of the museum; the Arachnology collection will be moving to the new facility in 2016.

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Emailbenjamin.brandt@nau.edu
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Emailbenjamin.brandt@nau.edu
Name Dr. Frank Krell or Dr. Paula Cushing
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Emailfrank.krell@dmns.org; paula.cushing@dmns.org
Name Neil
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Name Dr. Frank Krell or Dr. Paula Cushing
RoleCollection Manager
Emailfrank.krell@dmns.org; paula.cushing@dmns.org
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Taxonomy
Scientific NameCicindela arenicola
KingdomAnimalia
PhylumArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderColeoptera
FamilyCarabidae
GenusCicindela
Specific Epithetarenicola
Scientific Name AuthorsRumpp, 1967
Specimen
Identified ByRumpp, V. Clifford
Catalog NumberZE.26603
PreparationsNEON mtDNA leg removed
Individual Count1
Life Stageadult
Sexfemale
Institution CodeDMNS
Collection CodeDMNS
Occurrence ID5b179576-2322-4a06-a562-1a4d311eeb27
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByClifford, Vernon G.
Collector NumberNEON5388
Date Collected1972-06-18
Year1972
Month6
Day18
Start Day of Year170
Locality
CountryUnited States
State / ProvinceIdaho
CountyFremont
Continentnorth america
LocalitySaint Anthony Sand Dunes
Decimal Latitude44.00295
Decimal Longitude-111.807733
Coordinate Uncertainty In Meters10000
Geodetic DatumWGS84
Georeferenced ByGrinter, Christopher C.
Other
Modified2017-06-28 15:36:18
ID4354997
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dcterms:rightsHolderDenver Museum of Nature & Science
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