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A monographic study of the hemipterous family Nabidae as it occurs in North America
By Harris, H.M.
Entomologica Americana, 9: 1-97, 1928
Cite: 636364 with citation markup [cite:636364]
*Use with caution, many taxonomic changes since its publication.

The published article is available @ BHL


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Thanks Iustin.

Harris' 1928 Nabidae monograph
I have this monograph electronically; feel free to send me an email if you need a copy.

monograph request
Hi Sarah,
Does the monograph have keys to subfamilies and/or genera? If so, would you please send me an electronic copy?

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