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[cite:467905]
includes databases (list) maintained by a number of authors and covering numerous groups of Auchenorrhyncha, aphids, and two beetle families (Phalacridae, Curculionidae)
http://dmitriev.speciesfile.org

Great work but...
With great respect for the vast amount of work put into the Dmitriev web resources, I'm afraid I find the site bewildering, non-intuitive, and often not very informative. I would enjoy seeing *other* resources referenced on many Hemipteran species pages on BG (e.g. Cicadellidae, Fulgoroidea, etc.).

Fortunately, the direct links
to species pages aren't password-protected, after all (or if they were, they aren't anymore). However, they definitely changed at some point, and correcting them all manually, one at a time, will take a long time.

Here's a sample of a direct link to a species page.

direct links to species pages are all password protected
can still access sp. data via popup windows from the above link...

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