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The water beetles of Maine: including the families Gyrinidae, Haliplidae, Dytiscidae, Noteridae and Hydrophilidae
By Stanley E. Malcolm
University of Maine Life Sciences and Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 48, 1971
Cite: 550229 with citation markup [cite:550229]
PDF version here.

should be "University of Maine Life Sciences and Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin".

thanks Steve
how did I do that? :)

First login. The go the the book. You should see a line like this near the botton: "edit this book · add comment · unsubscribe"

Click "edit book" and make the correction. I'd correct it myself but only the creator of a book and the administratrator can edit it.

I knew that. I was joking about how I managed to misspell those two words.

Speaking of spelling...
My name is spelled wrong: It's Stanley E. Malcolm. (Had to laugh. This was my UMaine MS Thesis. Had no idea it was referenced anywhere, but needed to key out some Haliplids so checked the BugGuide references.)

working on it
Brad Barnd seems to have been inactive for the last couple years. I emailed the administrator so hopefully it will be fixed soon.

Thanks, Steve.
It wasn't a big deal; and won't be if it can't easily be fixed. My name is often misspelled and I'm sure both you and the administrator have more important work to do.

Too Late
They already fixed it. My name gets misspelled all the time too. Never bothered me either. I'm more concerned about people trying to do a search on a name which is misspelled.

I misread your question. Now how did I do that? ;)

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