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Review of the genus Cybister Curtis, 1827 (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae: Dytiscinae: Cybistrini) in North America
By Miller K.B.
Col. Bull. 67: 401-410, 2013
Cite: 883189 with citation markup [cite:883189]

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thanks, entry updated
the link you provided is to the list of publications rather than to the article in question

I generally provide the lowest level link to the html page which has a link to the pdf, rather than a direct link to the pdf itself. This allows people to more easily see where the document is archived, what other documents may be available there, and to make a more informed decision about whether or not they want to actually download the article (which may be quite large). I've often found that dissecting a direct pdf address to figure these things out requires a bit of detective work.

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