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Two related species of Paragus (Diptera: Syrphidae), one from the Nearctic and one from the Palaearctic
By Vujic, A., S. Simic and S. Radenkovic
The Canadian Entomologist, 131: 203-209, 1999
Cite: 680292
Abstract online at Cambridge Journals.

oddly,
this paper is not cited in(1) (and the new sp. not listed); clerical error?

 
must have been overlooked I guess (?)

 
apparently, yes
Jeff Skevington says they're amassing corrigenda for the 2nd ed.

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