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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Gonatocerus litoralis? (Haliday 1833)
   
Mauritius

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Mauritius

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Ceraphronidae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Apis mellifera Linnaeus 1758
   
Mauritius

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Eupelmidae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Haltichellinae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Eulophinae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Diapriidae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Neosisyphus pygmaeus (Vinson)
   
Mauritius

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Neosisyphus regnardi (Alluaud)
   
Mauritius

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Neosisyphus vicinus (Vinson)
   
Mauritius

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Scirtidae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Phyllophaga smithi (Arrow)
   
Mauritius

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Oryctes spp. S. Watson
   
Mauritius

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Copelatus thiriouxi Peschet 1917
   
Mauritius

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Copelatus spp. Erichson, 1832
   
Mauritius

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Laccophilus spp. Leach, 1815
   
Mauritius

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Bidessini undet.
   
Mauritius

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Hyphydrini undet.
   
Mauritius

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Hydaticus spp. Leach, 1817
   
Mauritius

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Gyrinidae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Rhipidandrus fungivorus Vinson
   
Mauritius

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Hydrophilidae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Enicmosoma uncinatum Gebien 1922
   
Mauritius

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Plesioderes coriaceus Mulsant and Rey 1860
   
Mauritius

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Paracolpodes mauritiensis (Vinson)
   
Mauritius

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Scymnus constrictus Mulsant 1850
   
Mauritius

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Entiminae undet.
   
Mauritius

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Novius fumidus (Mulsant, 1850)
   
Mauritius

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Dysis bisquatuorguttata Mulsant 1850
   
Mauritius

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Stomoxys niger Macquart 1851
   
Mauritius

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Geocoris pallidipennis mauritii Stí«l
   
Mauritius

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Nysius euphorbiae Horvath
   
Mauritius

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Pseudagrion punctum (Rambur 1842)
   
Mauritius

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Aposthonia ceylonica (Enderlein)
   
Mauritius


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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