FMNH FMNHINS 0000 376 231

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    Description: Speiser, Paul G.E. (1900). Ueber die Strebliden, Fledermausparasiten aus der Gruppe der pupiparen Dipteren. Archiv Für Naturgeschicthe 66 (1): 56
  • 376231 Paradyschiria fusca, female, habitus, dorsal view
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    Description: 376231 Paradyschiria fusca (THA S1), female, habitus, dorsal view. Collected 8/22/67 by T. H. G. Aitken in Brazil (Ilha do Marajó, Cachoeira do Arari, Fazenda São Jaoquim, Pará) from Noctilio sp. Photo taken using the purple station Microptics system and stacked with CombineZ.
FM Catalog: Insects
Catalog Subset: Bat Flies
Scientific Name: Paradyschiria fusca Speiser, 1900
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Diptera
Family: Streblidae
Genus: Paradyschiria
Species: fusca
Field #: THA S1
Collector: T. H. G. Aitken
Geography: South America, Brazil, Pará, 40m: Ilha do Marajó, Cachoeira do Arari, Fazenda São Jaoquim
DWc Country: Brazil
Date Collected: 22 Aug 1967
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: No
Count: 4
Sex: adult male
EMu IRN: 376231
OccurenceID: f445d324-056b-4956-b87b-96f5d2114a4b

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