In the present report I am describing various interesting crane-flies from Mexico, almost all received from my long-time friend and colleague, Dr. Alfons M. Dampf. These rich materials were chiefly captured by Dr. Dampf, with the assistance of certain of his co-workers and inspectors, as discussed under the individual species. I am very deeply obliged to Dr. Dampf for the privilege of retaining the type specimens of these novelties in my personal collection.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 1946
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