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TitleNew Chironomidae (Diptera) with elongate proboscises from the Late Jurassic of Mongolia
IssueSpecial Issue
PMC PMC3260768
PMID 22259285
ZooBank 126c8645-3a4e-4c51-98d3-2ecb5f9ed5a1
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