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Article: The first damselflies from the lowermost Eocene of Denmark, with a description of a new subfamily (Odonata, Zygoptera: Dysagrionidae)

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 51
Part: 3
Publication Date: May 2008
Page(s): 709 713
Author(s): Jes Rust, Julian F. Petrulevičius and André Nel
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RUST, J., PETRULEVIÄŒIUS, J. F., NEL, A. 2008. The first damselflies from the lowermost Eocene of Denmark, with a description of a new subfamily (Odonata, Zygoptera: Dysagrionidae). Palaeontology51, 3, 709–713.

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