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Cladistic analysis of North American Platynini and revision of the Agonum extensicolle group (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
By Liebherr, J.K
University of California Publications in Entomology. 198 pp., 1986
Cite: 710013 with citation markup [cite:710013]
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Liebherr, J.K. 1986. Cladistic analysis of North American Platynini and revision of the Agonum extensicolle group (Coleoptera: Carabidae). University of California Publications in Entomology 106: 198 pp.

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Internet Archive.
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Thanks for this link to the complete work.
However, one needs to create a "free" account before doing a download. I already have a hard copy, but I might also like an electronic version that is printable, not just read-only. Hopefully it will be PDF format. I wonder what the catch/disadvantage might be in creating an account for this one-time use?

 
Read online only
You cannot download pdfs. Internet Archive is a legit site that runs the WayBack Machine and has an enormous amount of uncopyrighted material for free pdf download too. I login with my Google credentials. Its "Books to Borrow" collection is similar to JSTOR's "Read Online" (free) feature in that you can only view it on-line while you are signed in. An additional "catch" is that you have to "borrow" it for one hour at a time or, in some cases, 14 days, unless someone else has borrowed it first. It must be a copyright restriction of some sort. I have never had to wait to borrow anything. You can renew it indefinitely every hour.

 
Thanks Edward.
Way too much trouble for me since I already have a hard copy. I will revisit this kind of limited offer if ever I desperately need a publication.

 
I like pdf too
Before I put up link to the "Borrow" collection for a reference, I try to find a legit free pdf download site. If I do, I link to that instead and describe it as "Full text" instead of "Read online".

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