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Biosystematic revision of the genus Apiomerus (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) in North and Central America
By Szerlip, S. L.
Cite: 292163 with citation markup [cite:292163]
Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Berkley, CA. Unpublished.

Nineteen new species of Apiomerus in North and Central America were erected in this thesis, in addition to a vast amount of information regarding life history. Unfortunately the new species are invalid due to its unpublished status.

I hate this.
So many great works (often the only works) on relatively "obscure" or economically unimportant taxa lie in an unpublished state. What a waste.....

Most graduate works are now posted online
I believe most theses and dissertations are now converted to PDFs and can be accessed online...

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