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Revision of the Chalcid-Flies of the Tribe Chalcidini in America North of Mexico.
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Entomol. Soc. Can. Phillips, W. J. A second revision of the chalcid flies of the genus Harmolita (Isosoma) of America north of Mexico, with descriptions of 20 new species. USDA Tech. Bull. No. Phillips, W. J. and W. T. Emery. A revision of the chalcid flies of the genus Harmolita of America north of Mexico.