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THREE NEW SPECIES OF DICHOCHRYSA (INSECTA: NEUROPTERA: CHRYSOPIDAE) FROM CHINA, WITH A CHECKLIST OF CHINESE DICHOCHRYSA

@inproceedings{Kangzhen2004THREENS,
  title={THREE NEW SPECIES OF DICHOCHRYSA (INSECTA: NEUROPTERA: CHRYSOPIDAE) FROM CHINA, WITH A CHECKLIST OF CHINESE DICHOCHRYSA},
  author={Dong Kang-zhen and Liu Wenzhu and Cui Jun-zhi and Yang Xingke},
  year={2004}
}
The history of the genus Dichochrysa (Chrysopidae) is briefly introduced. Three new species of Dichochrysa are described: Dichochrysa arcuata, new species, D. flavinotala, new species, and D. pilinota, new species. Most specimens examined are preserved in the Insect Collections of Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, except those noted with brackets, which are deposited in the Zoological Reference Collection of the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, National University of… 

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