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

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Entomology Inventory


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Schizocerella pilicornis (Holmgren 1868)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Augochloropsis metallica (Fabricius 1793)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Pholisora mejicanus (Reakirt, [1867])
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Burnsius albescens (Plötz, 1884)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Achalarus tehuacana (Draudt, 1922)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Mulsantina mexicana Chapin
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Acmaeodera scalaris Mannerheim 1837
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Tropisternus lateralis (Fabricius 1775)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Clamoris spp.
   
Mexico, Querétaro

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Hygrotus wardii (Clark 1862)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Caenia spp. Newman, 1838
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Plateros spp. Bourgeois, 1879
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Moneilema manni Psota 1930
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Camptodes aberrans Sharp 1890
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mitostylus setosus (Sharp 1891)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Acanthoscelides idoneus Bridwell
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Pandeleteius tibialis Boheman 1840
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Dologenitus cyanipennis (Klug 1842)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Phthiria olmeca (Painter 1962)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Tabanus dorsifer Walker
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Polybiomyia arietis (Loew 1853)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Clastoptera spp. Germar, 1839
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Aceratagallia aratra Nielson & Maes
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Tantulidia rufifrons (Walker)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Polyamia tantilla Beamer
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Athysanella argenteola (Uhler)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Oplomus dichrous (Herrich-Schaeffer)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Largus cinctus Herrich-Schaeffer
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Leptoglossus zonatus (Dallas 1852)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Philaronia spp. Ball, 1898
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Lophoscutus lepidus (Stí«l 1862)
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Homoeogamia mexicana Burmeister 1838
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Schistocerca camerata Scudder 1899
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Mexico, Queretaro

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Onthophagus mexicanus Bates, 1887
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Ochraethes sommeri (Chevrolat, 1835)
   
Mexico, Querétaro

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Molytinae undet.
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Myrmex spp. Sturm, 1826
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Trichoscelia banksi Enderlein, 1910
   
Mexico, Querétaro

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Entiminae undet.
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Baridinae undet.
   
Mexico, Queretaro

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Crostis boreas Prena & Anderson 2022
   
Mexico, Querétaro


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