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Description: Speiser, Paul G.E. (1908) Die Diptera Pupipara der malagassisch-maskarenischen Region. In A. Voeltzkow: Reise in Ostafrika in den Jahren 1903-1905, 2: 200(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: FMNHINS 349064 Full dorsal, adult female (SMG 14067). Collected 1/19/04 by S. M. Goodman in Madagascar (Analamerana Reserve, Bazaribe Cave, 3.6 km SE of Menagisy, Antsiranana) from Miniopterus gleni.FM Catalog: InsectsCatalog Subset: Bat FliesScientific Name: Nycteribia (Nycteribia) stylidiopsis Speiser, 1908Phylum: ArthropodaClass: InsectaOrder: DipteraFamily: NycteribiidaeGenus: NycteribiaSpecies: stylidiopsisField #: SMG 14067Collector: S. M. GoodmanCollection No.: 178835Geography: Africa, Madagascar, Antsiranana, Sava, Analamerana Reserve, Bazaribe Cave, 3.6 km SE of MenagisyDWc Country: MadagascarDate Collected: 19 Jan 2004Tissue Available?: NoCo-ordinates Available?: NoCount: 1Sex: adult femaleEMu IRN: 349064OccurenceID: a79e3278-26a5-4b4b-ab58-30c3fd2f85be
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