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Literature-based key to Florida "burrowing bugs" (Heteroptera: Cydnidae)
By Smith R., Holmes A.
ENY 4161/6166 Insect Classification Exercise, 2002
Cite: 717537 with citation markup [cite:717537]
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somewhat simplistic compilation -- use with cation

Indeed, use with caution. At
Indeed, use with caution. At least the key to Amnestus species needs to be reviewed. For example, pusillus has the labium reaching to the hind coxae according to Froeschner (1960-61). It is important to first consider the number of pegs on the juga.

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