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Contributions towards an understanding of the Atomariinae (Coleoptera, Cryptophagidae) of Atlantic Canada
By Majka C.G., Johnson C., Langor D.W.
ZooKeys 35: 37–63, 2010
Cite: 385135 with citation markup [cite:385135]
Six out of 10 spp. treated are newly recorded in Canada, and two in NA. A well-illustrated key and detailed distribution of each sp. provided. Extremely helpful paper; can be used to identify most ne. species.
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