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

Page 9, records 801-900 of 1274

Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Tabanus optatus Walker
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Haematopota paucipunctata S. Stekhoven
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Tabanus aurilineatus S. Stekhoven
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Tabanus ceylonicus Schiner
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Tabanus minimus van der Wulp
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Tabanus tenens Walker
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Tabanus fumifer Walker
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Anopheles amictus amictus Edwards
   
Indonesia, Moluccas

CASC:INV
Anopheles barbumbrosus Strickland & Chowdhury, 1927
   
Indonesia, Moluccas

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Moluccas

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Mansonia (Walker, 1848)
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
Mansonia (Walker, 1848)
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
Culex halifaxii Theobald, 1903
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
Culex incognitus Baisas, 1938
   
Indonesia, Moluccas

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

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Bironella
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
Culex pallidothorax Theobald, 1905
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

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Culex papuensis (Taylor, 1914)
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

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Culex pullus Theobald, 1905
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
Culex pseudovishnui Colless, 1957
   
Indonesia, Moluccas

CASC:INV
Culex brevipalpis (Giles, 1902)
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

CASC:INV
Culex sitiens Wiedemann, 1828
   
Indonesia, Irian Jaya

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Culex Linnaeus, 1758
   
Indonesia, Indonesia (AU) unknown

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Culex Linnaeus, 1758
   
Indonesia, Indonesia (AU) unknown

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Leptocera curvinervis (Stenhammar 1854)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Leptocera sterniloba RohՍcek 1983
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Drosophila immigrans Sturtevant
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Tachydromiinae undet.
   
Indonesia, Australian Region part

CASC:INV
Tachydromiinae undet.
   
Indonesia, Oriental Region part

CASC:INV
Tabanus multicinctus S. Stekhoven
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Dioxyna sororcula (Wiedemann 1830)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Notiphila dorsopunctata Wiedemann 1824
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Platypezidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Clephydroneura apicalis Oldroyd 1938
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Clitellaria bilineata (Fabricius 1805)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Dohrniphora kistneri
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Chrysosoma crinicorne (Wiedemann)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Ambon

CASC:INV
Tacua speciosa (Illiger 1800)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Cryptotympana nr. aquila
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Bothrogonia ferruginea (Fabricius)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Cicadoidea undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Eoscarta borealis (Distant 1878)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Simeliria viridans (Guí©rin-Mí©ní©ville 1834)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Suracarta tricolor var. fasciata Schmidt 1909
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Cercopidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Clovia conifera (Walker 1851)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Membracidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Cixiidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Derbidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Dichoptera hampsoni Distant, 1892
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Dictyopharidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Flatida floccosa (Guí©rin-Mí©ní©ville 1829)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Scamandra spp.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Pyrops oculata (Westwood 1839)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Pyrops pythica (Distant 1891)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Pyrops spp.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Hemisphaerius imitatus Melichar 1906
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Issidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Ricaniidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Leptataspis nigripennis (Fabricius)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Eoscarta liternoides (Breddin)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Leptataspis helena (Breddin)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Kolla albida (Walker)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Elasmucha spp. Stål, 1864
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Atkinsoniella opponens (Walker)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Bothrogonia ferruginea var. a Distant
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Bothrogonia spp.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Kolla paulula (Walker)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Fromundus pygmaeus (Dallas 1851)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Cyclopelta obscura (Lepeletier & Serville)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Megymenum spp.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Antestia anchora (Thunberg)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Microvelia albolineolata Torre-Bueno
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Veliidae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Laccotrephes pfeifferiae Derrari
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Laccocoris nervicus Montandon
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Cappaea taprobanensis (Dallas)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Carbula trinotata
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Holoptilinae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Ectomocoris atrox (Stí«l)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Centrogastocoris spp.
   
Indonesia

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Tribelocephalinae undet.
   
Indonesia

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Reduviidae undet.
   
Indonesia

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Nesenicocephalus spp. Usinger, 1939
   
Indonesia

CASC:INV
Nabidae undet.
   
Indonesia

CASC:INV
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Eulyes amoena (Guí©rin-Mí©ní©ville)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Sycanus dichotomus Stí«l
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Harpactorinae undet.
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

CASC:INV
Harpactorinae undet.
   
Indonesia

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Antilochus bicolor Lethierry
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Dindymus albicornis
   
Indonesia, Sumatra

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Dindymus rubiginosus (Fabricius)
   
Indonesia, Sumatra


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