Meroplius fasciculata
(Brunetti 1910)
Specimen, Male
Label Info

Published Illustrations (click to enlarge):
Illustrations extracted from:
Duda, O. (1926). Monographie der Sepsiden. (Dipt.). II. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, 40: 1110.

(From Ozerov, 2005)
fasciculata Brunetti, 1910: 365 (Sepsis). Type locality: "Ceylon " [= SRI LANKA]; Holotype ♂, not in NHML and presumed in ZSIC or destroyed.

plumata de Meijere, 1913b: 363 (Sepsis). Type locality: "Rivier Kamp " (IRIAN JAYA: New Guinea I.); Lectotype ♂, by designation of Ozerov, 1999f: 51, in ZMUA.


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(From Ozerov, 2005) - World Distribution
Australasian/Oceanian. ― Papua New Guinea (New Guinea I.). Oriental. ― Bangladesh, China (Guangdong, Taiwan), India (Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal), Indonesia (Java I., Sulawesi I.), Kalimantan I., Malaysia (East Malaysia), Nepal, Philippines (Luzon I., Jolo I.), Sri Lanka, Thailand. Palaearctic. ― Asia: China (Sichuan), Japan (Honshu I., Kyushu I., Shikoku I.).

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