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  • Choe, J. C. 1997. The evolution of mating systems in the Zoraptera: Mating variations and sexual conflicts. Pp. 130-145. In Choe, J. C., and B. J. Crespi (eds.), The evolution of mating systems in insects and arachnids. Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, UK.
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  • Engel, M. S., and D. A. Grimaldi. 2000. A winged Zorotypus in Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic (Zoraptera: Zorotypidae), with discussion on relationships of and within the order. Acta Geologica Hispanica 35(1): 149-164.
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