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  • 6230 Pastazina crassa, holotype, labels
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    Description: FMNHINS 6230 Pastazina crassa, holotype, labels
  • 6230 Pastazina crassa, holotype, ventral habitus
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    Description: FMNHINS 6230 Pastazina crassa, holotype, ventral habitus. Taken with the Microptics system using the Nikon 60mm lens. Helicon Focus used to composite 29 photos.
  • 6230 Pastazina crassa, holotype, dorsal habitus HT IN D n60 hf25
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    Description: FMNHINS 6230 Pastazina crassa, holotype, dorsal habitus. Taken with the Microptics system using the Nikon 60mm lens. Helicon Focus used to composite 25 photos.
FM Catalog: Insects
Catalog Subset: Diplopoda
Scientific Name: Pastazina crassa Vohland, 1998
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Diplopoda
Order: Polydesmida
Family: Aphelidesmidae
Genus: Pastazina
Species: crassa
Collector: B. Malkin
Geography: South America, Ecuador, Pastaza: Cushuimi, Rio Cushuimi, ca. 150 km SE of Puyo
DWc Country: Ecuador
Date Collected: 22 May 1971
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: Yes
Count: 1
Sex: unknown
EMu IRN: 961362
OccurenceID: 26cdb5a2-fb9a-45a0-b5f6-5d1d59794d3f

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