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The genus Oecetis McLachlan in Bolivia and northwestern Argentina (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae), with new species and identification key for males of Oecetis species from Mexico, Central and South America

Martín, Paola Rueda; Gibon, Francois-Marie; Molina, Carlos Israel

Martín, Paola Rueda, Gibon, Francois-Marie, Molina, Carlos Israel (2011): The genus Oecetis McLachlan in Bolivia and northwestern Argentina (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae), with new species and identification key for males of Oecetis species from Mexico, Central and South America. Zootaxa 2821: 19-38, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.277232

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