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New Dytiscidae
By Fall, H. C.
Journal of the New York Entomological Society 25(3):163-182., 1917
Cite: 1939708 with citation markup [cite:1939708]
Description of several dytiscid species, including Hydroporus arizonicus (now in Neoporus).