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M. A. Jäch and S. Yamamoto 2017

Full reference
M. A. Jäch and S. Yamamoto. 2017. Systematic palaeontology, in Discovery of the first hydraenid beetle in amber, with description of a new genus and species (Coleoptera: Staphylinoidea: Hydraenidae). Cretaceous Research 78:27-33 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  62432
Created:  2017-06-08 21:04:54
Modified:  2017-06-09 12:04:54
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (4) - view classification
'Archaeodraena cretacea belongs to Archaeodraena' according to M. A. Jäch and S. Yamamoto 2017
'Archaeodraena belongs to Hydraeninae' according to M. A. Jäch and S. Yamamoto 2017
'Hydraenidae belongs to Staphylinoidea' according to M. A. Jäch and S. Yamamoto 2017
'Hydraeninae belongs to Hydraenidae' according to M. A. Jäch and S. Yamamoto 2017