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A Catalogue of West Indies Anthribidae (Coleoptera)

@inproceedings{Valentine2003ACO,
  title={A Catalogue of West Indies Anthribidae (Coleoptera)},
  author={Barry Dean. Valentine},
  year={2003}
}
This is a catalogue of 23 described and 6 undescribed genera, and 48 described and 157 undescribed species ofWestIndian Anthribidae distributed from theBahamasto Grenada.Eachdescribed genus has author, date, page, type species and how designated, World distribution, number of World species, and synonyms. Each described species has author, date, page, original generic name if a transfer has occurred, type locality, sex and location of type(s) if known, synonyms, and island-by-island distribution… Expand

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