-77.816666, 0.98333335: 10 Treatments

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Epimetopus ecuadorensis   new species  Perkins, Philip D., 2012, 3531, Zootaxa 3531, pp. 1-95 : 18 18
Epimetopus steineri   new species  Perkins, Philip D., 2012, 3531, Zootaxa 3531, pp. 1-95 : 18 18
Epimetopus inaequalis   new species  Perkins, Philip D., 2012, 3531, Zootaxa 3531, pp. 1-95 : 19-20 19-20
Epimetopus angustus   new species  Perkins, Philip D., 2012, 3531, Zootaxa 3531, pp. 1-95 : 20 20
Orasema carchi   n. sp.  Burks, Roger A., Heraty, John M., Dominguez, Chrysalyn & Mottern, Jason L., 2018, Complex diversity in a mainly tropical group of ant parasitoids: Revision of the Orasema stramineipes species group (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Eucharitidae), Zootaxa 4401 (1), pp. 1-107 : 20-23 20-23
Tropidophis cacuangoae   sp. nov.  Ortega-Andrade, H. Mauricio, Bentley, Alexander, Koch, Claudia, Yánez-Muñoz, Mario H. & Entiauspe-Neto, Omar M., 2022, A time relic: a new species of dwarf boa, Tropidophis Bibron, 1840 (Serpentes: Amerophidia), from the Upper Amazon Basin, European Journal of Taxonomy 854 (1), pp. 1-107 : 9-29 9-29
Lesbia nuna     Ramoni Perazzi, Paolo, Schuchmann, Karl L., Ablan Bortone, Magdiel & Soto Werschitz, Alejandra, 2017, On the absence of the Green-tailed Trainbearer Lesbianuna (Trochilidae) from Venezuela: an analysis based on environmental niche modelling, Biodiversity Data Journal 5, pp. 22092-22092 : 22092 22092
Lesbia nuna     Ramoni Perazzi, Paolo, Schuchmann, Karl L., Ablan Bortone, Magdiel & Soto Werschitz, Alejandra, 2017, On the absence of the Green-tailed Trainbearer Lesbianuna (Trochilidae) from Venezuela: an analysis based on environmental niche modelling, Biodiversity Data Journal 5, pp. 22092-22092 : 22092 22092
Miconia evanescens   comb. nov.  Gamba, Diana & Almeda, Frank, 2014, Systematics of the Octopleura Clade of Miconia (Melastomataceae: Miconieae) in Tropical America, Phytotaxa 179 (1), pp. 1-174 : 76-80 76-80
Orasema rapo     Burks, Roger A., Heraty, John M., Dominguez, Chrysalyn & Mottern, Jason L., 2018, Complex diversity in a mainly tropical group of ant parasitoids: Revision of the Orasema stramineipes species group (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Eucharitidae), Zootaxa 4401 (1), pp. 1-107 : 81-84 81-84