FMNH FMNHINS 0000 829 361
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Description: FMNHINS 829361 Full dorsal, adult male holotype (TH 10469) from slide. Collected 3/14/62 by C.M. Keenan and V.J. Tipton in Panama (Casa Tilley, Cerro Punta, Chiriqui) from Sturnira ludovici.File linkScanner: Field Museum of Natural History - Insects Division
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Description: Wenzel, Rupert L. and Tipton, Vernon J. (1966) Ectoparasites of Panama. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago: 545FM Catalog: InsectsCatalog Subset: Bat FliesScientific Name: Megistopoda theodori Wenzel, 1966Phylum: ArthropodaClass: InsectaOrder: DipteraFamily: StreblidaeGenus: MegistopodaSpecies: theodoriField #: 10469Collector: V. J. Tipton, (USNM) National Museum of Natural History Smithsonian InstitutionGeography: North America, Panama, Chiriquí, Central America: Casa Tilley, Cerro PuntaDWc Country: PanamaDate Collected: 14 Mar 1962Tissue Available?: NoCo-ordinates Available?: YesCount: 6Sex: adult maleEMu IRN: 829361OccurenceID: c12d2869-2091-4926-b921-5a77728b8243
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