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GUIDE TO AQUATIC HETEROPTERA OF SINGAPORE AND PENINSULAR MALAYSIA III. PLEIDAE AND NOTONECTIDAE

@inproceedings{Nieser2004GUIDETA,
  title={GUIDE TO AQUATIC HETEROPTERA OF SINGAPORE AND PENINSULAR MALAYSIA III. PLEIDAE AND NOTONECTIDAE},
  author={Nico Nieser},
  year={2004}
}
– This is the third guide to the aquatic Heteroptera of Singapore and West Malaysia, dealing with the families Pleidae and Notonectidae. Pleidae are represented by one genus comprising two widespread species. Notonectidae with four genera, including 11 species, are well represented. Anisops kempi is synonymized with A. breddini. Anisops kuroiwae and A. nigrolineatus are recorded for the first time from the Malay Peninsula. Keys to genera and species occurring in Singapore and West Malaysia… 
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