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Description of larvae of four Haliplus species from Australia (Coleoptera: Haliplidae)

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The third instar larvae of Haliplus fortescueensis Watts & McRae, 2010, H. halsei Watts & McRae, 2010, H. pilbaraensis Watts & McRae, 2010 and H. pinderi Watts & McRae, 2010 are described, together with the first instar larva of H. halsei Watts & McRae, 2010. A key to the six known third stage larvae of Australian Haliplidae is given and notes are given on subgeneric placement of the species.

Affiliations: 1: Natural History Museum Rotterdam, p/o Roestuin 78, 3343 CV Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, The Netherlands.


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