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Herpetology A-29618 MCZ Herpetology
 Rhyacosiredon zempoalaensis
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Zempoala, Morelos, Mexico
North America, Mexico, Morelos
25/8/1939-25/8/1939 (1939-08-25)
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Rhyacosiredon zempoalaensis Taylor and Smith, 1945
Animalia Chordata Amphibia Lissamphibia Caudata Salamandroidea Ambystomatidae Rhyacosiredon zempoalaensis
Identified by Edward H Taylor, Dr. Hobart M. Smith
Nature of ID: type ID
Remarks: Catalog/1996; Identification Made Date: 1945
Citations
Continent/Ocean: North America
Country: Mexico
State/Province: Morelos
Specific Locality: Zempoala, Morelos, Mexico
Collecting Source: wild caught
Coordinates: 19.05° -99.32° (NAD27)
Leticia Ochoa (UNAM); 2006-06-05; CartografĂ­a Digital del Laboratorio de SIG'S y PR, Instituto de GeografĂ­a, UNAM. Incluye: INEGI, 2000; IMT,2000. Escala 1:250 000
Collecting Date: 25/8/1939-25/8/1939 (1939-08-25)
Collectors
Dr. Edward Harrison Taylor
Identifiers
collector number: 27248
muse location number: ZA29618
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Part Name Condition Disposition # Remarks
whole animal (ethanol) unchecked in collection 1
Remarks: TYPE: Paratype Taylor, E.H. & H.M. Smith 1945 Proc. U.S. National Museum, 95: 527
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