Specimen records for North American Lepidoptera (Insecta) in the Oregon State Arthropod Collection. Cossoidea: Cossidae Leach, 1815 and Sessiidae Boisduval, 1828
AbstractA dataset for North American specimens in the holdings of the Oregon State Arthropod Collection is presented. Details about the metadata an some basic summary of the contents are presented. The dataset itself, in the form of a text file (csv formatting) is provided in the supplemental file materials.
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