Revision of the Oriental subfamily Heteropteryginae Kirby, 1896, with a re-arrangement of the family Heteropterygidae and the descriptions of five new species of Haaniella Kirby, 1904. (Phasmatodea: Areolatae: Heteropterygidae).

@article{Hennemann2016RevisionOT,
  title={Revision of the Oriental subfamily Heteropteryginae Kirby, 1896, with a re-arrangement of the family Heteropterygidae and the descriptions of five new species of Haaniella Kirby, 1904. (Phasmatodea: Areolatae: Heteropterygidae).},
  author={Frank H. Hennemann and Oskar V. Conle and Paul D. Brock and Francis Seow-Choen},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2016},
  volume={4159 1},
  pages={
          1-219
        }
}
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