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TitleAustralian Assassins, Part II: A review of the new assassin spider genus Zephyrarchaea (Araneae, Archaeidae) from southern Australia
IssueSpecial Issue
PMC PMC3353492
PMID 22639534
ZooBank 2540d0cd-28b4-4079-a63d-4a6156615b8e
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                                      Only known citations between publications in BioNames are listed here.
                                      1. Australian assassins, part III: a review of the assassin spider (Araneae, Archaeidae) of tropical north-eastern Queensland
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                                        • PMC3433871
                                        • 22977344
                                        • 512d9577-292a-4142-af43-a85b259b2e14