Research Collections of the Zoological Institute RAS — Biting Midges (Ceratopogonidae)   •   Specimen

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Culicoides dispersus Gutsevich et Smatov, 1966

Collection number:

ZISP_INS_DIP_CER_5098

Original label left:

Culicoides dispersus ♀ paratype 5098

Original label right:

Iliysk [Kazakhstan] at light 16/VIII-64

Collection place:

Kazakhstan

Locality:

Iliysk

Zoogeographical region:

Turano-Iranian subregion

Collected:

Gutsevich A.V., Smatov G.S., 16.08.1964

GenBank catalogue number:

 

Number of specimens in collection unit:

1

Sex:

female

Ontogenetic stage:

imago

Fixation:

Canada balsam

Specimen presence:

in collection

Related publications, remarks:

Gutsevich A.V. and Z.S.Smatov. 1966. New and little-known blood-sucking midges (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) of Kazakhstan // Trudy Instituta Zoologii Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR. 25: 65-77.

Specimen images

General view:
Head

Specimen details:
Spermathecae

Specimen details:
Palpus

Specimen preparation
 

Taxonomical identifications of specimen

Culicoides dispersus Gutsevich et Smatov, 1966 — Gutsevich A.V., 16.08.1964 (Accepted)