FMNH FMNHINS 0000 349 362

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    Description: Maa, Tsing C. (1971) Revision of the Australian batflies. Pacific Insect Monographs 28: 11
  • 349362 Brachytarsina amboinensis uniformis, male, habitus, full dorsal
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    Description: 349362 Brachytarsina amboinensis uniformis (KE 2750), male, habitus, full dorsal. Collected 9/20/76 by the Kimberley Expedition in Australia (Beverley Springs, Northern Territory) from Miniopterus schreibersii. Photo taken using the purple station Microptics system and stacked with CombineZ.
FM Catalog: Insects
Catalog Subset: Bat Flies
Scientific Name: Brachytarsina amboinensis uniformis Maa, 1971
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Diptera
Family: Streblidae
Genus: Brachytarsina
Species: amboinensis
Subspecies: uniformis
Field #: KE 2750
Collector: Kimberley Expedition
Collection No.: 120258
Geography: Oceania, Australia, Northern Territory, 9m: Beverley Springs
DWc Country: Australia
Date Collected: 20 Sep 1976
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: No
Count: 1
Sex: adult male
EMu IRN: 349362
OccurenceID: 4ff22d4b-8874-41f0-abcc-ac03dd750037

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