Sixteen New Species of Nepomorpha (Heteroptera) Mainly from Sulawesi (Indonesia)

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  title={Sixteen New Species of Nepomorpha (Heteroptera) Mainly from Sulawesi (Indonesia)},
  author={Nico Nieser and Pingping Chen},
  year={1999}
}
Measurements are in mm and are based on five specimens of each sex taken from the sample containing the holotype (if available). They are represented as the range of the sample with the sample mean in italics. Length and width refer to the maximum value of the specified body part oriented horizontally; if not specified they refer to body length and maximal body width. Body length is measured from anterior margin of vertex to apex of hemielytra. Extremities are measured with the ventral side… 

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