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Open Access Revision of the genus Propolyxenus Silvestri with description of a new species

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Revision of the genus Propolyxenus Silvestri with description of a new species

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Examination of the syntypes of the species Propolyxenus aegeus Silvestri, 1948 has enabled a more complete set of diagnostic characteristics to be described for the genus Propolyxenus. On the basis of these characteristics it is confirmed that 5 previously described species should remain in the genus while the inclusion of P. crassisetosus Marquet & Conde, 1950 is questioned. A new species of Propolyxenus from Southern Australia is described.


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