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Revision of the Beetles of the Genus Disonycha Occuring in America North of Mexico
By Doris Holmes Blake
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Vol 82, 1933
Cite: 693892 with citation markup [cite:693892]
Doris Holmes Blake, Revision of the beetles of the genus Disonycha occurring in America north of Mexico. No. 2969, pp. 1-66. December 4, 1933, Article 28, in Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Vol 82, 1933.

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