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On the systematic position of Malaiseianus tuberculatus



On the systematic position of Malaiseianus tuberculatus



Entomological Problems 26(2): 151-154



Malaiseianus tuberculatus BOLLOW is redescribed and illustrated. It lacks the characters of aquatic dryopids and is transferred to Sostea PASCOE. Therefore the name Malaiseianus BOLLOW is placed in synonymy with Sostea.

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