Dataset: CASC-INV
Taxa: Ascalaphidae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Allocormodes kolbei van der Weele, 1909
   
Kenya

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Acheron trux (Walker, 1853)
   
Unknown (UN)

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Ascalorphne impavida (Walker, 1853)
   
Brazil

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DR Congo

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Taiwan

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Ameropterus delicatulus (McLachlan, 1871)
   
Brazil

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Amoea spp. Lefèbvre, 1842
   
Costa Rica

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Ascalohybris oberthuri (Navas, 1923)
   
Thailand

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Bubopsis andromache Aspock, Aspock & Holzel, 1979
   
Israel

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Libelloides longicornis (Linnaeus, 1767)
   
Portugal

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Haploglenius flavicornis McLachlan, 1871
   
Costa Rica

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Maezous formosanus (Okamoto, 1909)
   
Taiwan

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Nephoneura spp. McLachlan, 1871
   
DR Congo

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Nousera gibba Navás, 1923
   
Thailand

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Phalascusa spp. Kolbe, 1897
   
Namibia

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Proctarrelabis spp. Lefèbvre, 1842
   
South Africa

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Suhpalacsa dietrichiae (Brauer, 1969)
   
Australia

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Suhpalacsa flavipes (Leach, 1814)
   
Australia

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Suhpalacsa subtrahens (Walker, 1853)
   
Australia

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Suhpalacsa trimaculatus New, 1984
   
Australia

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Suhpalacsa spp. Lefèbvre, 1842
   
Australia

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Suphalomitus difformis (McLachlin, 1871)
   
Australia

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Suphalomitus spp. van der Weele, 1908
   
Taiwan

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Tmesibasis royi Tjeder, 1980
   
Nigeria

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Amoeridops augur Karsch, 1889
   
Madagascar

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Neocampylophlebia sparsa van der Weele, 1909
   
Madagascar

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Neocampylophlebia spp. van der Weele, 1908
   
Madagascar

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Madagascar

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Helicomitus festivus (Rambur, 1842)
   
Madagascar

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Ululomyia sylvatica (Fraser, 1957)
   
Madagascar

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Ascalorphne macrocerca (Burmeister, 1839)
   
Brazil

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Acheron trux (Walker, 1853)
   
Nepal

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Acheron trux (Walker, 1853)
   
China

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Acheron trux (Walker, 1853)
   
Taiwan

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Acheron trux (Walker, 1853)
   
Myanmar

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Acheron trux (Walker, 1853)
   
Hong Kong

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Acmonotus incusifer McLachlan, 1871
   
Australia

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Acmonotus paradoxus van der Weele, 1909
   
Argentina

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Costa Rica

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Costa Rica

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Mexico

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Panama

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Ameropterus consors (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Costa Rica

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Ameropterus consors (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Costa Rica

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Ameropterus consors (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Guatemala

CASC:INV
Ameropterus consors (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Panama

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Ameropterus dissimilis (McLachlan, 1871)
   
Brazil

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Ameropterus dissimilis (McLachlan, 1871)
   
Ecuador

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Ameropterus scutellaris (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Panama

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Ameropterus selysi (van der Weele, 1909)
   
Panama

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Ameropterus selysi (van der Weele, 1909)
   
Brazil

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Ameropterus sepultus (Walker, 1853)
   
Brazil

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Ameropterus subripiens (Walker, 1853)
   
Ecuador

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Ameropterus subripiens (Walker, 1853)
   
Nicaragua

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Ameropterus subripiens (Walker, 1853)
   
Belize

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Ameropterus subripiens (Walker, 1853)
   
Panama

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Ameropterus trivialis (Gerstaecker, 1888)
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Ameropterus trivialis (Gerstaecker, 1888)
   
Panama

CASC:INV
Ameropterus trivialis (Gerstaecker, 1888)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Ameropterus trivialis (Gerstaecker, 1888)
   
Ecuador

CASC:INV
Ameropterus trivialis (Gerstaecker, 1888)
   
Peru

CASC:INV
Ameropterus trivialis (Gerstaecker, 1888)
   
Mexico

CASC:INV
Ameropterus trivialis (Gerstaecker, 1888)
   
Costa Rica

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Ameropterus versicolor (Burmeister, 1839)
   
Ecuador

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Ameropterus versicolor (Burmeister, 1839)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Ameropterus versicolor (Burmeister, 1839)
   
Panama

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Ameropterus mexicanus (van der Weele, 1909)
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Ameropterus mexicanus (van der Weele, 1909)
   
Mexico

CASC:INV
Ameropterus mexicanus (van der Weele, 1909)
   
Ecuador

CASC:INV
Ameropterus mexicanus (van der Weele, 1909)
   
Costa Rica

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Amoea flavitaenia Jones, MSS
   
Panama

CASC:INV
Amoea flavitaenia Jones, MSS
   
Costa Rica

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Amoea immaculata (Olivier, 1790)
   
Panama

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Amoea immaculata (Olivier, 1790)
   
Mexico

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Amoea immaculata (Olivier, 1790)
   
Brazil

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Amoea impediens (Walker, 1853)
   
Peru

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Amoea iniquus (Walker, 1853)
   
Brazil

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Amoea iniquus (Walker, 1853)
   
Mexico

CASC:INV
Amoea vacuus (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Costa Rica

CASC:INV
Amoea vacuus (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Costa Rica

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Amoea vacuus (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Mexico

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Amoea vacuus (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Honduras

CASC:INV
Amoea vacuus (Gerstaecker, 1894)
   
Panama

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Ascalaphus dicax Walker, 1853
   
India

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Ascalaphus dicax Walker, 1853
   
Taiwan

CASC:INV
Ascalaphus dicax Walker, 1853
   
Japan

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Ascalaphus spp. Fabricius 1775
   
Tanzania

CASC:INV
Ascalaphus spp. Fabricius 1775
   
Angola

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Ascalobyas albistigma (Walker, 1853)
   
Panama

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Ascalobyas albistigma (Walker, 1853)
   
Costa Rica

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Ascalobyas albistigma (Walker, 1853)
   
Mexico

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Ascalobyas albistigma (Walker, 1853)
   
Guatemala

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Ascalobyas albistigma (Walker, 1853)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Ascalobyas albistigma (Walker, 1853)
   
Costa Rica

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Ascalobyas microcerus (Rambur, 1842)
   
Panama

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Ascalobyas spp. Penny, 1981
   
Nicaragua

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Ascalohybris angulatus (Westwood, 1847)
   
Bangladesh

CASC:INV
Ascalohybris angulatus (Westwood, 1847)
   
India

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Ascalohybris subjacens (Walker, 1853)
   
Japan

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Ascalohybris subjacens (Walker, 1853)
   
China


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