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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceFlorida
County/ParishAlachua
LocalityGainesville
Latitude29.65139
Longitude-82.325
Institution CodeInhs
Collection CodeInsect Collection
Catalog NumberInsect Collection 113483
Date Collected1921-02-14

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The insect collection at the Survey now houses over 7,000,000 curated specimens. The growth and wide-ranging scope of this collection can be credited to the diverse interests of the systematists who have spent all or part of their career at the Survey. Scientists such as Stephen A. Forbes, the first Director of the State Laboratory and Chief of the Natural History Survey; Theodore Frison, who succeeded Forbes; and H. H. Ross, who directed the intense systematics studies of the faunistic section for 40 years, placed considerable emphasis on enlarging the insect collection. These insects document the changing landscape and environmental conditions of the world. The INHS insect collection is one of the largest in North America. The most recent size estimate was done in 1992. The heavy concentration of specimens from the last third of the 1800s also makes this one of North America's oldest insect and related arthropod collections. The INHS Insect Collection includes more than 13,000 primary types (syntypes inclusive). Because of size, historical holdings, and wide breadth of coverage in certain groups, the collection is an important national and worldwide resource.

Contacts

Name Dmitry Dmitriev
RoleInsect Systematist
Emailarboridia@gmail.com
Name Dmitry Dmitriev
RoleInsect Systematist
Emailarboridia@gmail.com
Name Dmitry Dmitriev
RoleInsect Systematist
Emailarboridia@gmail.com
Name Christopher Grinter
RoleInsect Collection Manager
Emailcgrinter@illinois.edu
Name Christopher Dietrich
RoleInsect Systematist
Emailchdietri@illinois.edu
Name R. Edward DeWalt
RoleAquatic Entomologist
Emaildewalt@illinois.edu
Name Dmitry Dmitriev
RoleInsect Systematist
Emailarboridia@gmail.com
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Taxonomy
Scientific NameAndrena (Tylandrena) perplexa Smith 1853
KingdomAnimalia
PhylumArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderHymenoptera
FamilyAndrenidae
GenusAndrena
Specific Epithetperplexa
Scientific Name AuthorsSmith
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Identified ByW. E. LaBourge
Catalog NumberInsect Collection 113483
PreparationsPin
Individual Count1
Sex1 adult
Institution CodeINHS
Collection CodeInsect Collection
Occurrence IDhttp://biocoll.inhs.illinois.edu/Insect%20Collection/Insect%20Collection%20113483
Dataset NameIllinois Natural History Survey
Basis of RecordPreserved Specimen
Collection Event
Date Collected1921-2-14
Locality
CountryUnited States
State / ProvinceFlorida
CountyAlachua
Continentnorth america
LocalityGainesville
Decimal Latitude29.65139
Decimal Longitude-82.325
Coordinate Uncertainty In Meters10000
Other
Languageen
Modified2008-4-9
dwc:taxonID25136
dwc:subgenusTylandrena
dwc:institutionID75
dwc:datasetID225
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