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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Gymnotettix lithocolletus Rehn and Rehn 1934
   
Honduras

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Malagassa tridens Rehn and Rehn 1945
   
Madagascar

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Gomphomastax clavata alticola Bey-Bienko 1951
   
Kazakhstan

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Gomphomastax gussakovskii Mistshenko 1949
   
Tajikistan

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Gomphomastax shnitnikovi Bey-Bienko 1949
   
Kyrgyzstan

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Eumorsea pinaleno Rehn & Grant 1959
   
USA, Arizona

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Eumastax andeana Descamps 1979
   
Colombia

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Erucius spp.
   
Laos

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Erucius spp.
   
Malaysia, Sarawak, Sabah

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Erythromastax kergarioui Descamps 1971
   
Colombia

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Phyllochoreia spp.
   
India

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Eumastax apolinari Hebard 1923
   
Colombia

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Eumastax equatoriana Descamps 1973
   
Ecuador

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Eumastax jagoi Descamps 1971
   
Peru

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Eumastax pictipes derisor Descamps 1971
   
Peru

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Eumastax salazari Descamps 1971
   
Colombia

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Eumastax surdus Burr 1899
   
Panama

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Eumastax tenuis (Perty 1832)
   
Brazil

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Eumastax vittata Burr 1899
   
Peru

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Eumastax vittiger Descamps 1974
   
Peru

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Phryganomastax lehmanni (Descamps 1971)
   
Colombia

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Sciaphilomastax finoti (Descamps 1971)
   
Peru

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Clinomastax ninae (Mistshenko 1937)
   
Tajikistan

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Gomphomastax clavata clavata (Ostroumov 1881)
   
Turkmenistan

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Gomphomastax clavata plotnikovi (BolÌ_var and Pieltain 1930)
   
Russia, Russia

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Morsea californica Scudder 1898
   
USA, California, Los Angeles

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Morsea piute Rehn and Grant 1958
   
USA, Nevada

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Morsea piute Rehn and Grant 1958
   
USA, California, Inyo

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Morsea piute Rehn and Grant 1958
   
USA, California, Mono

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Morsea tamalpaisensis Rehn and Hebard 1909
   
USA, California, Marin

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Morsea tamalpaisensis Rehn and Hebard 1909
   
USA, California, Monterey

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Morsea tamalpaisensis Rehn and Hebard 1909
   
USA, California, San Benito

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Psychomastax inyo Rehn and Grant 1959
   
USA, California, Inyo

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Psychomastax robusta Hebard 1934
   
USA, California, Inyo

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Paramastax cordillerae (Saussure 1903)
   
Ecuador

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Paramastax nigra (Scudder 1875)
   
Peru

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Paramastax poecilosoma Hebard 1923
   
Colombia

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Paramastax rosenbergi (Burr 1899)
   
Colombia

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Pseudomastax carlosi Descamps 1973
   
Peru

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Pseudomastax nigroplagiata Descamps 1970
   
Peru

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Pseudomastax pictifrons (Bruner 1920)
   
Bolivia

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Euschmidtia congana Rehn 1914
   
DR Congo

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Euschmidtia congana Rehn 1914
   
Uganda

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Euschmidtia fitzgeraldi Descamps 1964
   
Tanzania

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Loboschmidtia milleri (Descamps 1964)
   
South Africa

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Lobomastax hova (Saussure 1903)
   
Madagascar

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Eumorsea balli Hebard 1935
   
USA, Arizona

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Morabinae undet.
   
Australia

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Eumastacidae undet.
   
USA

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Eumastacidae undet.
   
Borneo (unspecified), Borneo unknown

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Eumastacidae undet.
   
Cameroon

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Eumastacidae undet.
   
Colombia

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Eumastacidae undet.
   
Guatemala

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Morsea californica californica Scudder 1898
   
USA, California, Riverside

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Morsea californica Scudder 1898
   
USA, California, Riverside

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Homeomastax sylvicola (Rehn & Rehn 1934)
   
Costa Rica

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Homeomastax surda (Burr 1899)
   
Costa Rica

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Mayamastax nicaraguae (Descamps 1974)
   
Nicaragua

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Psychomastax robusta Hebard 1934
   
USA, Nevada


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