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1 July 2011 Reproductive Behavior of Speyeria diana (Nymphalidae) in Arkansas
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The Literature Cited section of the above-named paper from issue 65(1), 2011, 51–53 was updated, corrected and resubmitted by the authors.

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Carrie N. Wells, Lori Spencer, and Don Simons "Reproductive Behavior of Speyeria diana (Nymphalidae) in Arkansas," The Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 65(2), 136, (1 July 2011). https://doi.org/10.18473/lepi.v65i2.a7
Published: 1 July 2011
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