Trichobius parasiticus, Gervais, 1844: 14,

Dick, Carl W., Graciolli, Gustavo & Guerrero, Ricardo, 2016, FAMILY STREBLIDAE, Zootaxa 4122 (1), pp. 784-802: 797

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4122.1.67

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:60C95FB5-CB09-46B4-9474-E3B7C5FA2D42

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/038DF738-FFB7-FFA4-9883-808BFD8AB30E

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Plazi

scientific name

Trichobius parasiticus
status

 

parasiticus Gervais, 1844: 14  , pl. 53. Type locality: “Guiane.” Type host: Desmodus rotundus E. Geoffroy (= Desmodus rufus Wied-Neuwied). Type lost. (see Wenzel et al., 1966: 494). Distr.: Colombia (Antioquia (San Jeronimo, 35 km NW of Medellin; Santa Fe), Bolívar (Cartagena; Fuerte de San Felipe, Cartagena; Tolu), Caldas (Dorada; Quebrada Perico, La Dorado), Cundinamarca (Apulo; Tocaima), Huila (Pitalito), Magdalena (Rio Cesar, Valledupar), Meta (El Parque La Macarena, Cabana Duda, 20 ft e; San Juan de Arama, Los Micos), Norte de Santander (Tibu), Santander (Cueva Macaregua, San Gil), Tolima (Cueva "El Eden", Hacienda Camelia, Cunday; Cueva Villa Vilma, near Honda; Hacienda "El Encanto", Cunday; Honda), Valle del Cauca (Buenaventura, house on Rio Dagua; Buenaventura, under Cali-Buena ventura road; Cali, urbanizacion Bella Suiza finca "El Mango"; Municipiode Cali, finca "La Pailita" of M. Becerra; Vijes, 30 km n Cali; Vijes, Finca "El Zarzal", 1 mi E of Vijes)), Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad, Venezuela. Refs.: Gervais, 1844: 14; Dunn, 1929: 504; Bequaert, 1940: 418; Wenzel et al., 1966: 494; Wenzel, 1970: 5 (cat.), 1976: 69; Guerrero, 1995 a: 9 (cat.), 1997: 10 (cat.); Autino & Claps, 2000: 195 (cat.); Dick & Gettinger, 2005: 1021; ter Hofstede et al., 2004: 620; Dick, 2013: 13; FMNH, 2014.

kesseli Guimarães, 1938: 660  , fig. 9.

FMNH

Field Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Hippoboscidae

Genus

Trichobius

Loc

Trichobius parasiticus

Dick, Carl W., Graciolli, Gustavo & Guerrero, Ricardo 2016
2016
Loc

kesseli Guimarães, 1938 : 660

Guimaraes 1938: 660
1938
Loc

parasiticus

Dick 2013: 13
Dick 2005: 1021
Hofstede 2004: 620
Autino 2000: 195
Guerrero 1995: 9
Wenzel 1970: 5
Wenzel 1966: 494
Wenzel 1966: 494
Bequaert 1940: 418
Dunn 1929: 504
Gervais 1844: 14
Gervais 1844: 14
1844