Dataset: CASC-TYPE
Taxa: Chrysopidae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Type Collection


CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE9988   

CASC:TYPE
Pimachrysa fusca Adams, 1967
CASTYPE9989   

CASC:TYPE
Pimachrysa nigra Adams, 1967
CASTYPE9990   

CASC:TYPE
Meleoma antennensis C. Tauber, 1969
CASTYPE10005   

CASC:TYPE
Meleoma powelli C. Tauber, 1969
CASTYPE10006   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE15126   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE16027   

CASC:TYPE
Leptochrysa prisca Adams & Penny
CASTYPE16743   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE17350   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE17351   

CASC:TYPE
Chrysopa timberlakei Penny et al., 2000
CASTYPE17826   

CASC:TYPE
Semachrysa jade Winterton, Guek & Brooks, 2012
CASTYPE18666Guek Hock Ping   2012-01-27
Malaysia, Selangor, Road B57, 0.8 km SSW of entrance to Selangor State Park, 3.3057 101.693

CASC:TYPE
Ceraeochrysa chiricahuae Freitas and Penny in Freitas et al., 2009
CASTYPE18670   

CASC:TYPE
CASTYPE18697   

CASC:TYPE
Meleoma stangei Penny, 2006
CASTYPE18698   

CASC:TYPE
Ceraeochrysa defreitasi Penny in Penny, 2002
CASTYPE19165Joe Sheldon   1969-1421969-03-14
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Finca Las Cruces, 8.791111 -82.955278, 1600m

CASC:TYPE
Chrysopodes oswaldi Penny in Penny, 2002
CASTYPE19166J.K. Sheldon Field   
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, 10 mi. S Rincon de Osa

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
Vieira flinti Sosa & Tauber, 2017
CASTYPE19667E. Bruce Williamson   1920-03-14
Venezuela, Yaracuy, Aroa, 10.436815 -68.890008

CASC:TYPE
Chrysopodes (Neosuarius) nigricubitus C. Tauber & M. Tauber, 2010
CASTYPE21593David Q. Cavagnaro   1964-04-16
Ecuador, Galápagos, Santa Cruz, Galápagos Archipelago, Isla Santa Cruz, Table Mountain [= Cerro Mesa], -0.642634 -90.287211, 440m


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Google Map

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