FMNH FMNHINS 0000 006 202

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  • Metopidiothrix hoogstraali HT P IN
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    Description: 6202 Metopidiothrix hoogstraali HT P IN cf3 p2 cz7
  • Metopidiothrix hoogstraali HT L
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    Description: FMNH 6202 Metopidiothrix hoogstraali HT L IN
  • Metopidiothrix hoogstraali HT V IN
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    Description: 6202 Metopidiothrix hoogstraali HT V IN cf3 p2 cz11
FM Catalog: Insects
Catalog Subset: Diplopoda
Scientific Name: Metopidiothrix hoogstraali Shear, 2003
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Diplopoda
Order: Chordeumatida
Family: Metopidiotrichidae
Genus: Metopidiothrix
Species: hoogstraali
Collector: H. Hoogstraal
Geography: Asia, Philippines, Davao, Philippine Islands, Mindanao, 2000ft: Mount McKinley, E slope
DWc Country: Philippines
Date Collected: Aug 1946
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: No
Count: 1
Sex: unknown
EMu IRN: 961334
OccurenceID: e99ae313-6785-4a88-9690-9cb5bbe91606

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