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6 records for Amblysellus curtisii Avery County

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Amblysellus curtisii132162015-06-19Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf30grassy, brushy habitat and forest edge/interiorSugar Mountain BogSUMOfound during the day, caught while sweeping02_Sight
Amblysellus curtisii132162015-06-18Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharfxgrassy, brushy field-type habitat in old christmas tree farmMolly's RidgeYEMOfound during the day, caught while sweeping02_Sight
Amblysellus curtisii132162015-06-17Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf1open area near mixed hardwood forestYellow Mountain cabinYEMOfound at night, attracted with a light02_Sight
Amblysellus curtisii132162014-06-09Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf2grassy and vegetated, shrubby habitat surrounded by forestPineola Bog State Natural AreaPIBOfound during the day, caught while sweepnetting02_Sight
Amblysellus curtisii132162014-06-09Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf2grassy and vegetated, shrubby habitat surrounded by forestPineola Bog State Natural AreaPIBOfound during the day, caught while sweepnetting02_Sight
Amblysellus curtisii132162014-06-08Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf15grassy, open area with shrubby vegetation and mixed forest nearbyYellow Mountain State Natural Area, at the cabinYEMOfound during the day, caught while sweepnettinggrass01_Photo
grassy, open area with shrubby vegetation and mixed forest nearby

grassy, open area with shrubby vegetation and mixed forest nearby

grassy, open area with shrubby vegetation and mixed forest nearby