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0054. A new species of the genus Dendroleon Brauer from Mexico (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae)

  title={0054. A new species of the genus Dendroleon Brauer from Mexico (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae)},
  author={Lionel A. Stange},
A new species of Dendroleon Brauer is described from Mexico and is included in a key to three species of North America. Diagnoses and distributional data are given for D. obsoletus (Say) and D. speciosus Banks. 

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