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  • P. A. Ler, “Key to the insects of Russian Far East. Vol. VI. Diptera and Siphonaptera. Pt 3”, in Key to the insects of Russian Far East. Vol. VI. Diptera and Siphonaptera. Pt 3., P. A. Ler 2004, pp. 1-657.
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