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Data for specimen record

Identification
Current: species Orxines xiphias (Westwood, 1859)
Historical: Orxines xiphias; lectotype of species Orxines xiphias (Westwood, 1859); cited by Hennemann & Le Tirant. 2023. Stick and Leaf Insects of Morotai Island, Indonesia (Phasmatodea). Faunitaxys. 11(24):1-28
Anophelepis xiphias; syntype of species Orxines xiphias (Westwood, 1859); cited by Westwood. 1859. Catalogue of the orthopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum. Part I. Phasmidae. 1-196, 48 pl.
Specimen
Basis of record: not specified
Counts: Females 1
Depository: NHMUK, London NH Mus.; catalog number 844809
Data source: not recorded
Other: no data
Locality
Malesia, Maluka: Ceram 'Amboina'; Modern (is included in map)
Collecting event
(No date recorded); Ida Pfeiffer
Images      
female of Anophelepis xiphias (lectotype), copyright Natural History Museum, London
female, lateral view of Anophelepis xiphias (lectotype), copyright Natural History Museum, London
female: head and part of thorax, lateral view of Anophelepis xiphias (lectotype), copyright Natural History Museum, London
female: end of abdomen, dorsal view of Anophelepis xiphias (lectotype), copyright Natural History Museum, London
female: end of abdomen, ventral view of Anophelepis xiphias (lectotype), copyright Natural History Museum, London
female: end of abdomen, lateral view of Anophelepis xiphias (lectotype), copyright Natural History Museum, London
female, data labels of Anophelepis xiphias (lectotype), copyright Natural History Museum, London
female, data labels [small round label reversed] of Anophelepis xiphias (lectotype), copyright Natural History Museum, London
Sounds      
None
Ecological relationships      
None
 

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