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Pierce, F.N. 1937: The British species of the nimbella group of the genus Homoeosoma (Lep., Pyralidae). Entomologist 70: 97-100
Collin, J.E. 1937: The British species of the rufipes group of Pipun-culus (Diptera). Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 73: 209-218
Wainwright, C.J. 1937: The British species of the sub-family Sarcophaginae, with illustrations of the male and female terminalia. Ann Med. Parasit., Liverpool: 303-317
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