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A new species of fossil beetle Coleoptera Dascillidae from the Latah Formation Miocene of eastern Washington






Annals ent Soc Am, 663: 697

A new species of fossil beetle Coleoptera Dascillidae from the Latah Formation Miocene of eastern Washington



Accession: 037652899

DOI: 10.1093/aesa/66.3.697



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