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The Dipterous genus Dolichopus in North America
By M. C. Van Duzee, F. R. Cole, and J. M. Aldrich
United States National Museum Bulletin 116, 1921
Cite: 851036 with citation markup [cite:851036]
This is the last revision of the entire genus Dolichopus in North America (it will also work in Mexico, which has no additional species). Descriptions of all species are included. The key to species was supplemented a decade later(1) to account for species described in the 1920s, but dozens more species have been described since the 1930s.

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