Dataset: CASC-INV
Search Criteria: Dominican Republic; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Inventory


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Oligembia lavega Ross
   
Dominican Republic

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Oligembia laromana Ross
   
Dominican Republic

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Dominican Republic

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Labidura riparia (Pallas 1773)
   
Dominican Republic

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Mantodea undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Blattodea undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Acrididae MacLeay, 1819
   
Dominican Republic

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Tettigoniidae undet
   
Dominican Republic

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Oecanthus spp.
   
Dominican Republic

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Gryllidae undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Tetrigidae undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Tridactylidae undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Psocodea undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Gryllacrididae undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Dominican Republic

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Oligotoma saundersii (Westwood 1837)
   
Dominican Republic

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Dominican Republic

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Oligembia darlingtooi Ross 1944
   
Dominican Republic

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genus unknown
   
Dominican Republic

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Dominican Republic

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Diradius spp.
   
Dominican Republic

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Oligotoma saundersii (Westwood 1837)
   
Dominican Republic

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Dominican Republic

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Laetodon Reemer, 2013
   
Dominican Republic

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Elcaribe laticornis (Loew, 1869)
   
Dominican Republic

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Bothynotus Fieber, 1864
   
Dominican Republic

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Hemerobius gaitoi Monserrat, 1996
   
Dominican Republic

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Selenophorus fabricii Shpeley, Hunting & Ball, 2017
   
Dominican Republic

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Discoderus beauvoisii (Dejean, 1829)
   
Dominican Republic

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Discoderus thoracicus (Putzeys)
   
Dominican Republic

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Parandraceps turnbowi Giesbert, 1998
   
Dominican Republic

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Atemnidae Chamberlin, 1931
   
Dominican Republic

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Cheliferidae Risso, 1826
   
Dominican Republic

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Idiochelifer J. C. Chamberlin, 1932
   
Dominican Republic

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Chernetidae Menge, 1855
   
Dominican Republic

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Ochrochernes MSS Name
   
Dominican Republic

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Garypus L. Koch, 1873
   
Dominican Republic

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Apolpium J. C. Chamberlin, 1930
   
Dominican Republic

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Olpiidae Banks, 1895
   
Dominican Republic

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Garyops sini (Chamberlin, 1923)
   
Dominican Republic

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Clystea rubipectus (Schaus, 1898)
   
Dominican Republic

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Thonalmus dominicensis (Chevrolat, 1870)
   
Dominican Republic

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Thonalmus Ferreira, Miller & Ivie, MSS
   
Dominican Republic

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Apalonychus rufulus (Castelnau, 1840)
   
Dominican Republic

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Cryptorhynchinae undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Pseudomus spp. Schoenherr, 1837
   
Dominican Republic

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Molytinae undet.
   
Dominican Republic

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Erodiscus ramosi Sleeper, 1954
   
Dominican Republic

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Erodiscus spp. Schoenherr, 1825
   
Dominican Republic

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Phylolestes ethelae Christiansen, 1947
   
Dominican Republic

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Curculioninae undet
   
Dominican Republic

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Enallagma coecum (Hagen, 1861)
   
Dominican Republic

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Dythemis rufinervis (Burmeister, 1839)
   
Dominican Republic

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Macrothemis celeno (Selys in Sagra, 1857)
   
Dominican Republic

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Blapstinus haitensis Marcuzzi, 1962
   
Dominican Republic

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Loxostethus bicolor Doyen, MSS NAME
   
Dominican Republic

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Loxostethus hispanola Doyen, MSS NAME
   
Dominican Republic

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Ululodes villosus (Palisot de Beauvois, 1807)
   
Dominican Republic

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Baris tabaci (Sallé, 1855)
   
Dominican Republic

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Dryophthorinae undet.
   
Dominican Republic


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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