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Neuroptera of Arabia: Fam. Sisyridae, Hemerobiidae, Chrysopidae (Part 2) and Myrmeleonidae (Part 3)


, : Neuroptera of Arabia: Fam. Sisyridae, Hemerobiidae, Chrysopidae (Part 2) and Myrmeleonidae (Part 3). Fauna of Saudi Arabia (9): 52-67

Species of the families Sisyridae and Hemerobiidae are recorded from Saudi Arabia for the first time.

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