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Entomology 22764 MCZ Entomology
 Eurycotis histrio
North East foothills of La Hotte mountain range
Haiti, Greater Antilles, Hispaniola
Oct. 10-24; 1934 (1934-10-10 - 1934-10-24)
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Eurycotis histrio Rehn (1937)
Animalia Arthropoda Insecta Blattodea Blattidae Eurycotis histrio
Identified by Rehn on 1937-12-31
Nature of ID: expert ID
Remarks: Determinations made by Rehn
Citations
Country: Haiti
Island Group: Greater Antilles
Island: Hispaniola
Specific Locality: North East foothills of La Hotte mountain range
Verbatim Locality: NE foothills La Hotte 2-4000 ft Oct. 10-24; Haiti 1934 Darlington;
Collecting Source: wild caught
Elevation: 2000 to 4000 ft
Collecting Date: Oct. 10-24; 1934 (1934-10-10 - 1934-10-24)
Collectors
Darlington
Preparators
[no agent data]
Identifiers
type number: 22764
  Details
Part Name Condition Disposition # Remarks
whole animal (mounted) good, tentative in collection 1
Remarks: Labels: N.E. foothills LaHotte 2-4000ft. Oct. 10-24; Haiti 1934 Darlington;MCZ type 22764; Eurycotis histrio Reyn.
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