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Hemirrhagus ocellatus Pérez-Miles & Locht, 2003

Mexico
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Taxonomy and History

Scientific Name : Hemirrhagus ocellatus
  • Described By: Pérez-Miles & Locht, 2003
  • Researcher Profile: Fernando Pérez-Miles, Arturo Locht
  • Genus: Hemirrhagus
  • Etymology: The species is named from the Latin adjective ocellatus meaning ‘‘eyed’’, referring to the two circular patches of urticating hairs on the abdomen.
  • Original Type Locality: Cueva Pena Blanca, Valle del Bravo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico

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