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Adults of the Subfamily Tanypodinae in North America
By Selwyn S. Roback
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1971
ISBN: 1-4223-1922-9
Cite: 238575 with citation markup [cite:238575]
Includes key to species and brief species descriptions.

There have been a few taxonomic changes since 1971, notably the new tribe Natarsini, a few promotions and demotions of genera and subgenera within Macropelopina, and synonomy of Roback's subgenus Calotanypus with Djalmabatista.

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