Map of Sinonovacula constricta.
Click on points to see their data.
To zoom in, click on the image or on a 'Zoom level'. Map of Sinonovacula constricta.
Click on points to see their data.
To zoom in, click on the image or on a 'Zoom level'. -- map overlay Sinonovacula constricta 33.1055°N 130.413°E -- Click to see record GBIF380234489. Sinonovacula constricta 16°N 106°E -- Click to see record GBIF730414318. Sinonovacula constricta 36°N 138°E -- Click to see record GBIF234482113. Sinonovacula constricta 22.2°N 114.2°E -- Click to see record GBIF730414317. Sinonovacula constricta 35°N 105°E -- Click to see record GBIF476998869. Sinonovacula constricta 37°N 127.5°E -- Click to see record GBIF238536254. Sinonovacula constricta 35°N 137.3°E -- Click to see record GBIF380151475. Sinonovacula constricta 26.6061111°N 127.923889°E -- Click to see record GBIF215894427. Sinonovacula constricta 3.1°N 114.3°E -- Click to see record GBIF614506247.
Click on maps to zoom in and on points for data.
Discover Life | Global Mapper
Help | About | Find place | Menu | Demo
Drop points from country, state and county centroids

Customize this map (add species, change resolution, filter points, etc. -- See all options).

© Designed by The Polistes Corporation

Sinonovacula constricta @ Global Biodiversity Information Facility (41) [Shellfish specimens in the NISHINOMIYA SHELL MUSEUM, Japan. (10); Shellfish (JNHM-MS) (8); Marine Invertebrata specimens deposited in the Fukui City Natural History MUSEUM, Japan. (7); Akita Prefectural Museum:Hiroki Watanabe Collection of mollusca (7); Marine invertabrate(Mollusca) specimen database of Osaka Museum of Natural History (6); Naturalis Biodiversity Center (NL) - Mollusca (6); Molluscus specimens of Toyohashi Museum of Natural History (4); Shellfish (GNHM-MS) (3); Gyeryonsan Natural History Museum Shellfish (3); Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University (2); Natural History Museum Rotterdam (1); MAL (1); Marine Invertebrata specimen database of Osaka Museum of Natutal History (1); Invertebrate specimens in the Wakayama Prefectural Museum of Natural History, Japan. (1) accessed through the GBIF Data Portal. Each record tells when. See dataset links for citations & terms of use.]