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Family Ascalaphidae - Owlflies

 
 
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Description of Caurinus tlagu, new species, from Prince of Wales Island, Alaska (Mecoptera, Boreidae, Caurininae)
By Sikes, D.S., and J. Stockbridge
ZooKeys 316: 35-53, 2013
Research article on the genus Caurinus (Mecoptera: Boreidae: Caurininae) with a new species description from Alaska.

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ZooKeys 316 (2013) : 35-53

Lacewings of the Columbia River Basin
By Johnson J.
Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project. 16 pp., 1995

Some insects other than bees associated with Larrea tridentata in the southwestern United States
By Hurd P.D., Linsley E.G.
Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 77: 100-120, 1975

Immature insects, Vol. 2
By Stehr F.W.
Kendall Hunt Publishing. 992 pp., 2013

Immature insects, Vol. 1
By Stehr F.W.
Kendall Hunt Publishing. 768 pp., 2011

Seed and cone insects of southern pines
USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SE-8. 43 pp., 1980

Introduction to forest and shade tree insects
By Barbosa P., Wagner M.R.
Academic Press. 637 pp., 1989

Insect diversity on Mount Mansfield
By J. R. Greham, B. L. Parker
University of Vermont, 106-120, 1995

 
 
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