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Redescription of Pararhaphe and review of Arhaphe (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Largidae) of America north of Mexico
By Jaroslav L.Stehlik, Petr Kment
Zootaxa 3058: 35-54, 2011
Cite: 1422312
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Note:
Errata to the paper Stehlík & Kment (2011)
The following points must be rectified in the paper:
1) Page 37, line 21 from bottom: correct ‘Currently the genus Arhaphe includes 17 described species’ to 16
described species.
2) Page 37, line 16 from bottom: delete the text ‘Arhaphe breviata Barber, 1924 (Mexico, USA—see below)’.
3) Page 37, line 7 from bottom: after ‘Arhaphe mimetica Barber, 1911, comb. restit.’ include ‘(USA: Arizona)’.
4) Page 44, line 21 from above: correct unpunctured to punctured, it should read: ‘Arhaphe carolina is easily
recognisable from the remaining species inhabiting the USA by its puncturated head (see the Key above)’.
5) Page 48, line 15 from bottom: correct paralectorypes to paralectotypes.

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