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Zimsen (1964) Fabricius' types
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Posted on 23-07-2019 18:43
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Hi guys! I'm looking for the following book dealing with the types described by Fabricius. Can anyone help me with a pdf or a link?

Zimsen, E. (1964) The type material of I.C. Fabricius. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 656 pp.

Thanks in advance
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Area: Neotropical Region, Caatinga.
Families: Ctenostylidae, Cypselosomatidae, Helosciomyzidae, Micropezidae, Muscidae, Neriidae, Pseudopomyzidae, Syringogastridae, Somatiidae.
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