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

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
Gressittia nepalensis Philip & Mackerras, 1960
CASTYPE6336Lawrence W. Swan   1954-06-13
Nepal, Province No. 1, Sankhuwasabha, E. Nepal, Arun Valley, 27.643135 87.349627, 1067m

CASC:TYPE
Hybomitra lamades Philip, 1961
CASTYPE9916Lawrence W. Swan   1954-04-20
Nepal, Province No. 1, Sankhuwasabha, E. Nepal, S of Makalu, 27.72012 87.147589, 3840m

CASC:TYPE
Machilanus swani Wygodzinsky, 1974
CASTYPE12173Lawrence W. Swan   1954-05-27
Nepal, Province No. 1, Sankhuwasabha, Arun Valley, 27.879162 87.023524, 5182 - 5791m

CASC:TYPE
Aradus (Miraradus) himalayensis Vásárhelyi, 1980
CASTYPE13672Edward S. Ross   1961-11-23
Nepal, 9 mi W of Hitaura, 27.428391 85.032192, 400m

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE15163Lawrence W. Swan   1954-06-15
Nepal, Koshi, Sankhuwasabha, E Nepal, Arun Valley, 27.755613 87.418728, 2134m

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE15190Edward I. Coher   1957-01-18
Nepal, Narayani, Bara, 27.279238 84.989986, 520m

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE15191Edward I. Coher   1957-10-23
Nepal, Narayani, Bara, 27.29581 85.001373, 500m

CASC:TYPE
Tabanus striatus joshii Coher, 1985
CASTYPE15192Edward I. Coher   1957-05-15
Nepal, Nayagaon, 28.071192 82.783285

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE15193Edward I. Coher   1957-10-06
Nepal, 28.072426 82.783436

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE16134Lawrence W. Swan   1954-06-10
Nepal, Province No. 1, Sankhuwasabha, Ridge S of Barun River, 27.727871 87.244109, 3353m

CASC:TYPE
Bittacus coheri Bicha, 2011
CASTYPE18633Ed Coher   1957-08-06
Nepal, Province No. 2, Bara, Amlekhganj, 27.30643 85.007646, 520m

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE19490Edward S. Ross   1962-09-06
Nepal, 2 mi. NE Lamidanda, 1660m


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