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Review of the New World genera of the leafhopper tribe Erythroneurini (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Typhlocybinae)
By Dietrich C.H., Dmitriev D.A.
Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 37(5): 119-190, 2006
Cite: 607912

Thank You !!
I'll have to consider knighting you

oh boy...
is there a dress code involved? if so, please consider deconsidering...

Take A Knee
Vasily, in recognition of your lifelong contributions to the field of Entomology and your dedication to Bug Guide’s mission, having commenting on nearly a million posts, by the powers vested in me by my ancestors, Coelius, Dux Britanniarum (best known to antiquity as Coel Hen – Cole the Old) and Sir Robert Brus, Baron of Brecon (1st Nobility Roll, 1297), I Robert Zimlich ap Lord ap Lewis of Gladestry and Brecon, hereby dub thee Sir Vasily Belov, with all the privileges thereof. Arise and wear this mantle proudly.

you had me at Dux Britanniarum
honored & humbled

Sir =v=
This is most of my early lineage from Coel Hen, Dux Britanniarum

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