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World Catalog of Bee Flies (Diptera : Bombyliidae)
By Neal L. Evenhuis
Backhuys Publishers, Leiden. 804 pp., 1999
ISBN: 90-5782-039-0
Cite: 70829
An extremely valuable, and exhaustive work for anyone interested in the taxonomy of the family of Bombyliidae.

Now Available Online
See the World Bee Fly (Diptera: Bombyliidae) Web Site for PDF's of both the original 1999 catalog and the revised 2003 edition.

Note: D.J. Greathead also listed as co-author (with N. L. Evenhuis).

 
the revised edition added as a separate item:
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Nice thought,
but this link gets us exactly to the same page Aaron referenced above, where you have a choice of downloading either the original 1999 version, or the revised 2003 edition.

 
that's right...
i just wanted to make sure the citation format for the updated version complies with that suggested by the authors

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