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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Carrionia panamensis O'Brien
   
Panama

CASC:INV
Bisma longicephala Liang 2000
   
China (OR)

CASC:INV
Lophops carinata (Kirby 1891)
   
Philippines

CASC:INV
Lophops carinata (Kirby 1891)
   
China (OR)

CASC:INV
Lophops saccharicida (Kirkaldy 1906)
   
Australia

CASC:INV
Lophops spp.
   
Ghana

CASC:INV
Lophops spp.
   
Philippines

CASC:INV
Lophops spp.
   
Indonesia (AU), Moluccas

CASC:INV
Pyrilla aberrans (Kirby 1891)
   
Sri Lanka

CASC:INV
Pyrilla spp.
   
India

CASC:INV
Pyrilla spp.
   
Sri Lanka

CASC:INV
Pyrilla spp.
   
Thailand

CASC:INV
Elasmoscelia perforata Walker 1862
   
Japan

CASC:INV
Elasmoscelia perforata Walker 1862
   
China (OR)

CASC:INV
Elasmoscelia spp.
   
Kenya

CASC:INV
Elasmoscelia spp.
   
Thailand

CASC:INV
Elasmoscelia spp.
   
Ivory Coast

CASC:INV
Lacusa fuscofasciata (Stí«l 1854)
   
China (OR)

CASC:INV
   
Papua New Guinea

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
China (OR)

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
Thailand

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
Solomon Islands

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
Papua New Guinea

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
India

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
Cameroon

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
Bangladesh

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
Malaysia

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
Kenya

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
DR Congo

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
Angola

CASC:INV
Lophopidae undet.
   
South Africa

CASC:INV
Hesticus rufimanus (Walker 1858)
   
Brazil

CASC:INV
Pyrilla perpusilla Walker
   
India

CASC:INV
Hesticus spp.
   
Brazil


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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