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Three New Species of Camillidae (Diptera) from the Southwestern Nearctic Region, the First Species of the Family Described from the New World

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Title: Three New Species of Camillidae (Diptera) from the Southwestern Nearctic Region, the First Species of the Family Described from the New World  
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Volume: Volume: v 97 1995
Language: English
Subject: biogeography, taxonomy
Collections: Government Library Collection, U.S. Department of the Treasury Collection
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1884
Publisher: Biodiversity Heritage Library OAI Repository

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Three New Species of Camillidae (Diptera) from the Southwestern Nearctic Region, the First Species of the Family Described from the New World. (1884). Three New Species of Camillidae (Diptera) from the Southwestern Nearctic Region, the First Species of the Family Described from the New World. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.org/


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