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An account of the systematics, anatomy and bionomics of Austroperla Cyrene Newman.
(University of Canterbury, 1934)
The black stonefly Austroperla cyrene Newman (P11) is the most abundant insect of its order in New Zealand. A study of its anatomy and bionomics is of interest, firstly because of the primitive nature of the insect ...