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R. Beattie, M. Frese, S. Oberprieler, and R. Oberprieler, “New insects from the Jurassic Talbragar Fish Bed, Australia”, in The 7th International Conference on Fossil Insects, Arthropods and Amber, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, 2016.
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