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Description: Theodor, Oskar (1955) On the genus Eucampsipoda Koi. and Dipseliopoda n.g. Parasitology 45: 205(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: 348917 Eucampsipoda madagascarensis (SMG 13131), adult female, habitus, dorsal view. Collected 10/14/02 by S. M. Goodman in Madagascar (Namoroka Reserve, near source of Mandevy River, 32 km NW Andranomavo, Mahajanga) from Rousettus madagascariensis. Photo taken using the purple station Microptics system and stacked with CombineZ.FM Catalog: InsectsCatalog Subset: Bat FliesScientific Name: Eucampsipoda madagascarensis Theodor, 1955Phylum: ArthropodaClass: InsectaOrder: DipteraFamily: NycteribiidaeGenus: EucampsipodaSpecies: madagascarensisField #: SMG 13131Collector: S. M. GoodmanCollection No.: 175768Geography: Africa, Madagascar, Mahajanga, Sofia, Namoroka Reserve, near source of Mandevy River, 32 km NW AndranomavoDWc Country: MadagascarDate Collected: 14 Oct 2002Tissue Available?: NoCo-ordinates Available?: NoCount: 7Sex: adult maleEMu IRN: 348917OccurenceID: 463ac7f8-42d6-4f31-b531-de43169f33e4
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