Dataset: CASC-TYPE
Search Criteria: Bolivia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Pilobalia decorata laevicollis Kulzer, 1954
CASTYPE8272   
Bolivia

CASC:TYPE
Pilobalia gracilis Kulzer, 1954
CASTYPE8273   
Bolivia

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE9811L. Peña   1948-11-00
Bolivia, Ichilo, Buena Vista

CASC:TYPE
Dasybasis bulbula Coscarón & Philip, 1967
CASTYPE10004Edward S. Ross   1951-02-23
Bolivia, 6 km N of Challapata, -18.84791 -66.770484, 3500m

CASC:TYPE
Dasybasis boliviame Coscarón & Philip, 1967
CASTYPE12850Kocup. [hard to read]   2891946-04-10
Bolivia, Parotani, -17.566667 -66.35

CASC:TYPE
Bocchus boharti Olmi, 1991
CASTYPE17243George E. Bohart   1972-09-28
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Andrés Ibáñez, Santa Cruz [de la Sierra], -17.77485 -63.215085

CASC:TYPE
Mecometopus hauseri Bezark, Santos-Silva, & Galileo, 2016
CASTYPE19164M. Hauser   2000-09-05
Bolivia, Cochabamba, Villa Tunari, Hotel los Tucanes, -16.9732 -65.39655, 320m

CASC:TYPE
Ungla stangei C. Tauber in C. Tauber, Sosa, Albuquerque & M. Tauber, 2017
CASTYPE19226Luis E. Peña   1984-11-24
Bolivia, La Paz, Río Zongo, -16.162235 -68.123756, 3200m

CASC:TYPE
Ceraeochrysa forcipata Freitas and Penny in Freitas et al., 2009
CASTYPE19361F.M. Walz   
Bolivia, Carrasco, Cochabamba, Siberia, 1650m

CASC:TYPE
Scolembia celata Ross, 2003
CASTYPE19600Edward S. Ross   
Bolivia

CASC:TYPE
Scolembia penai Ross, 2003
CASTYPE19601W.E. Pena   
Bolivia, Ichilo, Santa Cruz Department

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE19648Edward S. Ross   
Bolivia, 70 km. W Sta. Cruz

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE19657Edward S. Ross   
Bolivia

CASC:TYPE
Plagiodera clarki Daccordi, 2017
CASTYPE19815S.M. Clark   2006-04-29
Bolivia, Nor Yungas, Chairo, 16 -67, 1240m

CASC:TYPE
Anthonomus opis Clark, 1992
CASTYPE19855W. Wittmer   1985-12-22
Bolivia, Incachaca, 2000 - 2700m


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