Psocodea Novak, 1890

Nomenclature (141)

  • Psocina Burmeister, 1829: 772.
  • Psocina Burmeister, 1829 (synonym of Psocodea Novak, 1890)
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  • Psocodea Novak, 1890 in Kawata, Ogawa & Yoshizawa, 2022 Phylogeny or classification; Physiology; Structure
  • Psocodea Novak, 1890 in Kiesmueller, Haug, Müller & Hoernig, 2022 Behavior

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