FMNH FMNHINS 0004 100 078

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  • 4100078 Stenotabanus psammophilus h d CF3 P2 HF19 IN
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    Description: FMNHINS 4100078 Stenotabanus psammophilus, habitus, dorsal view. Taken with the Microptics System using the CF3 lens at P2. Helicon Focus used to composite 19 photos.
  • 4100078 Stenotabanus psammophilus h l CF3 P2 HF31 IN
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    Description: FMNHINS 4100078 Stenotabanus psammophilus, habitus, lateral view. Taken with the Microptics System using the CF3 lens at P2. Helicon Focus used to composite 31 photos.
  • 4100078 Stenotabanus psammophilus hd CF4 P2 HF27 IN
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    Description: FMNHINS 4100078 Stenotabanus psammophilus, head. Taken with the Microptics System using the CF4 lens at P2. Helicon Focus used to composite 27 photos.
  • 4100078 Stenotabanus psammophilus labels IN
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    Description: FMNHINS 4100078 Stenotabanus psammophilus, labels. Taken with the Microptics System.
FM Catalog: Insects
Catalog Subset: Diptera
Scientific Name: Stenotabanus (Aeialomyia) psammophilus (Osten Sacken)
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Diptera
Family: Tabanidae
Genus: Stenotabanus
Species: psammophilus
Collector: H. G. Nelson
Geography: North America, USA, Florida, Monroe, Bahía Honda Key. [LL]
DWc Country: United States of America
Date Collected: 25 Aug 1949
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: Yes
Count: 1
Sex: adult female
EMu IRN: 4100078
OccurenceID: 48b9ef7d-f83f-4164-990d-71df835c1e0d
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