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A catalog of the blood-sucking fly family Tabanidae horse-flies and deer-flies of the Nearctic Region north of Mexico



A catalog of the blood-sucking fly family Tabanidae horse-flies and deer-flies of the Nearctic Region north of Mexico



American Midland Naturalist, 37: 257-324




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