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

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Paussus leechi Luna de Carvalho, 1968
CASTYPE9333Edward S. Ross   1958-05-05
Namibia, SW Africa, Kubub, Aus, 1450m

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CASTYPE13386Edward S. Ross   1958-05-10
Namibia, 10 mi W of Okombahe, -21.366595 15.227257, 920m

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CASTYPE13390Edward S. Ross   1958-05-05
Namibia, 37 mi W of Aus, -26.665401 15.698611, 500m

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CASTYPE13391Edward S. Ross   1958-05-14
Namibia, 10 mi S of Okaukuejo, -19.32001 15.918727, 1100m

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Ocymyrmex zekhem Bolton, 1981
CASTYPE13685Edward S. Ross   1958-05-11
Namibia, Brandberg Mts, Tsisab Canyon, 550m

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE16076   
Namibia

CASC:TYPE
Ocymyrmex dekerus Bolton & Marsh, 1989
CASTYPE16487Edward S. Ross   1958-05-04
Namibia, ǁKaras, SW Africa [= Namibia], 9 mi NW of Grünau, -27.674879 18.249825, 1150m

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Odontosphex damara Pulawski, 1991
CASTYPE16688   
Namibia

CASC:TYPE
Gastrosericus herero Pulawski, 1995
CASTYPE17390   
Namibia

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE17400   
Namibia

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE17401   
Namibia

CASC:TYPE
Belomicroides woji Antropov, 2002
CASTYPE17822   
Namibia

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Ammophila kohli Dollfuss, 2015
CASTYPE18876   
Namibia

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE18877   
Namibia

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Ammophila namibiensis Dollfuss, 2015
CASTYPE18878   
Namibia

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Bembecinus omaruru Pulawski in F. Gess, Pulawski & S. Gess, 2015
CASTYPE18984Wojciech J. Pulawski   1996-12-10
Namibia, Erongo Region: 20 km NE Hentiesbaai, -21.958407 14.385402

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Tachysphex ziziphi Pulawski, 2007
CASTYPE18330   
Namibia

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Onchopelma nitidum Evenhuis, 2002
CASTYPE20792Wojciech J. Pulawski   1990-02-28
Namibia, Erongo, 15 km E of Karibib, -21.968476 16.001081


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Google Map

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