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Description: Townsend, C.H. Tyler (1893) A nycteribid from a New Mexico bat. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 1: 79(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: 374156 Basilia antrozoi (TK 75511), adult female, habitus, dorsal view. Collected 7/30/99 by C. W. Dick in Oklahoma (Cimarron County) from male, subadult Antrozous pallidus. Photo taken using the purple station Microptics system and stacked with CombineZ.FM Catalog: InsectsCatalog Subset: Bat FliesScientific Name: Basilia (Basilia) antrozoi (Townsend, 1893)Phylum: ArthropodaClass: InsectaOrder: DipteraFamily: NycteribiidaeGenus: BasiliaSpecies: antrozoiField #: TK 75511Collector: C. W. DickGeography: North America, USA, Oklahoma, Cimarron. [LL]DWc Country: United States of AmericaDate Collected: 30 Jul 1999Tissue Available?: NoCo-ordinates Available?: YesCount: 6Sex: adult maleEMu IRN: 374156OccurenceID: 6c96bed3-296b-4400-b8a7-de4bd80e9b3f
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