Corethrella amazonica Lane, 1939,

Amaral, André P., Mariano, Rodolfo & Pinho, Luiz Carlos, 2019, Four new species and some new records of Brazilian frog-biting midges (Diptera Corethrellidae), Zootaxa 4706 (1), pp. 103-120: 105

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4706.1.4

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:3AD293C9-7DB1-47F5-9219-B15A37133F27

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/111F6C25-F255-4901-FF6D-FD05B394C87D

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Plazi

scientific name

Corethrella amazonica Lane, 1939
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Corethrella amazonica Lane, 1939 

Material examined. 1 female, Bombinhas (SC), S27°11’48” W48°33’32”, 13m a.s.l., 17.X.2011, Frog call ( P. cuvieri  ), LC Pinho & A Ganzer (col.)GoogleMaps  ; 1 female, Florianópolis (SC), S27°43’23” W48°30’29”, 13m a.s.l., 07.XI.2011, CDC trap, A Ambrozio-Assis (col.)GoogleMaps  ; 1 female, Santo Amaro da Imperatriz (SC), S27°44’31” W48°48’06”, 470m a.s.l., 01.IV.2013, Frog call ( P. cuvieri  ), A Ambrozio-Assis (col.)GoogleMaps  ; 2 females, Florianópolis (SC), S27°43’23” W48°30’29”, 13m a.s.l., 07.IV.2017, Frog call, LC Pinho et al. (col.)GoogleMaps  .

Distribution. Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico south to Colombia, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, French Guiana, Brazil (PA, RO, SC*, SP).