FMNH FMNHINS 0000 374 682
- File linkScanner: Field Museum of Natural History - Department of Zoology - Division of Insects
(c) Field Museum of Natural History
Description: Theodor, Oskar (1967) An illustrated catalogue of the Rothschild Collection of Nycteribiidae in the British Museum (Natural History) with keys and short descriptions for the identification of subfamilies, genera, species and subspecies. The British Museum (Natural History), London: 406(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: 374682 Archinycteribia octophthalma (RTB 7825), female, paratype, habitus, dorsal view. Collected 6/26/50 by Harrisson, Inssoll and Johan in Borneo (Tinjar Cave # 3, Sarawak). Photo taken using the purple station Microptics system and stacked with CombineZ.(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: Archinycteribia octophthalma Theodor, 1967Phylum: ArthropodaClass: InsectaOrder: DipteraFamily: NycteribiidaeGenus: ArchinycteribiaSpecies: octophthalmaField #: RT B 7825Collector: Harrisson, Inssoll, JohanGeography: Asia, Malaysia, Sarawak, Malay Archipelago, Borneo, 25m: Tinjar Cave # 3DWc Country: MalaysiaDate Collected: 26 Jun 1950Tissue Available?: NoCo-ordinates Available?: NoCount: 12Sex: adult maleEMu IRN: 374682OccurenceID: 42bda624-975e-4f46-b095-f737eb6ac6bc
Disclaimer: The Field Museum's online Zoological Collections Database may contain specimens and historical records that are culturally sensitive. Some records may also include offensive language. These records do not reflect the Field Museum’s current viewpoint but rather the social attitudes and circumstances of the time period when specimens were collected or cataloged.
We welcome feedback. The web database is not a complete record of the Museum’s zoological holdings, and documentation for specimens will vary due to when and how they were collected as well as how recently they were acquired. While efforts are made to ensure the accuracy of the information available on this website, some content may contain errors. We work with communities and stakeholders around the world to interpret the collections in order to promote a greater understanding of global heritage and, through consultation, will revise or remove information that is inaccurate or inappropriate. We encourage and welcome members of communities, scholars, and others to contact us to confirm or clarify data found here.