Bibliography of butterflies

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Bristowe, William Syer [1901-1979]

1925. Notes on the habits of insects and spiders in Brazil. Transactions of the entomological Society of London 1924(3/4): 475 504, pl. 48, 1 map (20 February) [general; behavior; ecology]

British Museum (Natural History)

1931. A short history of the collections. Special Guide. British Museum (Natural History) 9: xi + 62 pp. [general; Neotropics]

Brito, Ignacio Machado, and F. A. Mauro Ribeiro

1975. Ocorrência de Lepidoptera nos folhelhos de Tremembé e algumas considerações sôbre a bacia geológica do Paraiba, Estado de São Paulo. Anais da Academia brasileira de Ciências 47(1): 105 111, 3 pls. (31 March) ["Danainae" (probably Ithomiinae or Heliconiinae); paleontology; Brazil]

Brito, Vivian

1999. See Pérez, B. et al., 1999.

Brito, Ysaleny

[1993]. See Ramírez, N. & Y. Brito, [1993].

Brittain, Kilbee

1981. Expeditions. Exploring, discovering, collecting, curating. Terra 20(2): 6 19, figs. [general; Costa Rica]

Brochetto-Braga, Márcia Regina

2003. See Scaglia, M. et al., 2003.

Brock, James P.

1988. See Smith, M. J. & J. P. Brock, 1988.

1990. Origins and phylogeny of butterflies, pp. 209-233, 5 figs. In: Kudrna, O. (Ed.), Butterflies of Europe. Volume 2. Introduc-tion to Lepidopterology. Wiesbaden, AULA-Verlag. [general]

1991. See Bailowitz, R. A. & J. P. Brock, 1991.

1992. See Emmel, T. C. et al., 1992.

1993. See Austin, G. T. et al., 1993.

Brock, James P.

2003. The classic bait and twitch. Part 1. I'm going bananas. Part 2. Fish or cut bait (heliotrope). American Butterflies 11(4): 26-30, figs. [general; Mexico, Brazil]

Brock, James P., and Kenn Kaufman

2003. Butterflies of North America. New York, Hillstar Editions L. C. 384 pp., figs., maps [general]

Brommer, Franz

1850. See Gistel, J. N. & F. Brommer, 1850.

Brooks, Daniel R. [1951- ]

1983. See Mitter, C. & D. R. Brooks, 1983.

Brooks, Theodore

1903. A rare butterfly. Canadian Entomologist 35(10): 292 (30 October) [Hypolimnas misippus (Linnaeus); Cuba]

Bros, Emmanuel de [1914-1997]

1993. Auf Expedition in Peru: Kultur, Trekking und Lepidoptera. 6. Juli-4. August 1979. Mitteilungen. Entomologischen Gesellschaft Basel 43(4): 146-162, 21 figs., 1 map [general]

1996. Erinnerungen an ein Trekking in Patagonien und Feuerland mit Sammeln von Lepidopteren. Mitteilungen der ento-mologischen Gesellschaft Basel (N.F.) 46(2/3): 52-67, 17 figs. (11 June) [general; Chile, Argentina]

Brower, Andrew Van Zandt [1962- ]

1987. Update on conservation from MONCON II: Notes on the Second International Conference on the Monarch Butterfly and the preservation of overwintering colonies. Atala 14(1): 12-14 (March) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); Mexico]

1993. The development and evolution of butterfly wing patterns.- H. F. Nijhout. 1991. Journal of the New York entomolo-gical Society 101(1): 141-142 (11 March) [general; book review]

1994a. The case of the missing H: Heliconius charithonia (L., 1767), not "Heliconius charitonia (L., 1767)". Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 48(2): 166-168 (17 May) [nomencla-ture]

1994b. Phylogeny of Heliconius butterflies inferred from mitochon-drial DNA sequences (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Mole-cular Phylogeny and Evolution 3(2): 159-174, 6 figs., 3 tabs. (June) [general]

1994c. Rapid morphological radiation and convergence among races of the butterfly Heliconius erato inferred from patterns of mitochondrial DNA evolution. Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91: 6491-6495, 3 figs., 1 tab. (July) [general]

1995a. See Brower, L. P. et al., 1995.

1995b. Locomotor mimicry in butterflies? A critical review of the evidence. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (B)347: 413-425, 3 figs., 1 tab. [evolution]

1996a. The Butterflies of the West Indies and South Florida.- David Spencer Smith, Lee D. Miller and Jacqueline Y. Miller. 1994. Journal of the New York entomological Society 103(1): 126-128 (12 January) [book review]

1996b. Parallel race formation and the evolution of mimicry in Heliconius butterflies: A phylogenetic hypothesis from mito-chondrial DNA sequences. Evolution 50(1): 195-221, 13 figs., 3 tabs. (28 February) [general]

1996c. A new mimetic species of Heliconius (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), from southeastern Colombia, revealed by cladistic analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequences. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 116(3): 317-332, 8 figs., 1 tab. ("March" [2 May]) [new taxa: H. tristero, H. melpomene mocoa]

1997. The evolution of ecologically important characters in Helico-nius butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae): a cladistic review. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 119(4): 457-472, 2 figs., 2 tabs. ("April" [7 May]) [general]

1998a. See Sime, K. R. & A. V. Z. Brower, 1998.

1998b. Heliconius and related genera, by Helmuth and Ruth Holzinger. 1994. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 52(1): 120-122 (15 June) [general; book review]

1998c. A fair book review? A reply to Mr. Willmott. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 40(5): 106 (15 December) [general; Venezuela]

1999a. Las Mariposas de Chile - The Butterflies of Chile - Luis E. Peña G. and Alfredo J. Ugarte P. (English translation by Allen A. Boraiko). 1997. Journal of the New York entomo-logical Society 106(2/3): 115-116 (25 February) [general; book review]

1999b. Delimitation of phylogenetic species with DNA sequences: A critique of Davis and Nixon's population aggregation analysis. Systematic Biology 48(1): 199-213, 9 figs. (March) [Heliconius]

2000a. See Campbell, D. L. et al., 2000.

2000b. Phylogenetic relationships among the Nymphalidae (Lepidoptera) inferred from partial sequences of the wingless gene. Proceedings of the royal Society of London (B) 267(1449): 1201-1211, 4 figs., 1 tab. (22 June) [general]

2000c. On the validity of Heliconius tristero Brower and Heliconius melpomene mocoa Brower, with notes on species concepts in Heliconius Kluk (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Proceedings of the entomological Society of Washington 102(3): 678-687 (14 July) [taxonomy; nomenclature; Colombia]

2002. Cladistics, populations and species in geographical space: the case of Heliconius butterflies, pp. 5-15, 2 figs. In: De Salle, R., G. Giribet & W. Wheeler (Eds.), Molecular systematics and evolution: Theory and practice. Basel, Birkhäuser Verlag (Experientia Supplementum 92)(March) [general]

2003. A comment from "the abyss of empty formalism". News of the Lepidopterists' Society 45(1): 13-14 (15 April) [Heliconius; systematics]

Brower, Andrew Van Zandt, and Thomas M. Boyce

1991. Mitochondrial DNA variation in Monarch butterflies. Evolu-tion 45(5): 1281-1286, 3 tabs. (26 August) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus)]

Brower, Andrew Van Zandt, and Robert DeSalle

1998. Patterns of mitochondrial versus nuclear DNA sequence divergence among nymphalid butterflies: the utility of wingless as a source of characters for phylogenetic inference. Insect molecular Biology 7(1): 73-82, 6 figs., 4 tabs. (February) [general]

Brower, Andrew Van Zandt, and Mary G. Egan

1997. Cladistic analysis of Heliconius butterflies and relatives (Nymphalidae: Heliconiiti): a revised phylogenetic position for Eueides based on sequences from mtDNA and a molecular gene. Proceedings of the royal Society of London (B) 264: 969-977, 3 figs., 4 tabs. [general]

Brower, Andrew Van Zandt, and Miranda M. Jeansonne

2004. Geographical populations and "subspecies" of New World monarch butterflies (Nymphalidae) share a recent origin and are not phylogenetically distinct. Annals of the entomological Society of America 97(3): 519-523, 2 figs., 3 tabs. (May) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus), D. erippus (Cramer)]

2003b. Monarchs, pp. 739-743, 5 figs. In: Resh, V. H. & R. T. Cardé (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Insects. San Diego, Academic Press. xxx + 1266 pp., figs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); migration; Mexico]

2004a. See Meitner, J. C. et al., 2004.

2004b. See Dockx, C. et al., 2004.

Brower, Jane Van Zandt

1962. See Brower, L. P. & J. V. Z. Brower, 1962.

1963a. Experimental studies and new evidence on the evolution of mimicry in butterflies. Proceedings of the XVI international Congress of Zoology (Washington, D. C.) 4: 156 161, 3 tabs. (September) [general]

1963b. See Brower, L. P. et al., 1963.

1964a. See Brower, L. P. et al., 1964.

1964b. See Brower, L. P. & J. V. Z. Brower, 1964.

1965. See Brower, L. P. et al., 1965.

1967. See Brower, L. P. et al., 1967.

1971. See Brower, L. P. et al., 1971.

1972. See Brower, L. P. & J. V. Z. Brower, 1972.

Brower, Lincoln Pierson [1931  ]

1959. Autecological relationships and interspecific sexual beha-viour in butterflies of the Papilio glaucus group. Proceedings of the 15th international Congress of Zoology (London), pp. 810 812. [Papilio glaucus Linnaeus, P. multicaudatus Kirby, P. alexiares Hopffer; Mexico]

1963. The evolution of sex limited mimicry in butterflies. Proceed-ings of the XVI international Congress of Zoology (Washington, D. C.) 4: 173 179, 1 tab. (September) [general; ecology; behavior]

1966. See Meinwald, J. et al., 1966.

1969a. Ecological chemistry. Scientific American 220(2): 22-29, figs., 1 tab. (February) [general; host plants; biochemistry; mimicry; Neotropics]

1969b. See Cook, L. M. & L. P. Brower, 1969.

1969c. See Cook, L. M. et al., 1969.

1970. Plant poisons in a terrestrial food chain and implications for mimicry theory, pp. 69 82, 2 figs., 3 tabs. In: Chambers, K. L. (Ed.), Biochemical Coevolution. Corvallis, Oregon State University Press. [general; Trinidad, Mexico]

1971a. See Cook, L. M. et al., 1971.

1971b. Prey coloration and predator behavior, pp. 360 370, 12 figs., 2 tabs. In: Topics in the Study of Life: The BIO Source Book. Section 6, Animal Behavior. New York, Harper & Row. [general]

1972. Misleading butterfly fiction. BioScience 27(3): 212. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); ecology; Mexico; book review]

1977a. Monarch migration. Natural History (New York) 86(6): 40 53, figs. ("June July", [27 May]) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); host plants; life history; behavior; ecology; Mexico]

1977b. Misleading butterfly fiction. BioScience 27(3): 212 [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); Mexico; book review]

1979. See Calvert, W. H. et al., 1979.

1981a. See Calvert, W. H. et al., 1981.

1981b. See Fink, L. S. & L. P. Brower, 1981.

1982a. See Calvert, W. H. & L. P. Brower, 1982.

1982b. See Calvert, W. H. et al., 1982.

1983a. See Calvert, W. H. et al., 1983.

1983b. See Fink, L. S. et al., 1983.

1984a. See Calvert, W. H. et al., 1984.

1984b. Chemical defence in butterflies, pp. 109 134, pl. 2: figs. A D, 1 fig., 5 tabs. In: Vane Wright, R. I. & P. R. Ackery (Eds.), The Biology of Butterflies. London, Academic Press. [general]

1985a. The yearly flight of the monarch butterfly. Pacific Discovery 38(1): 4 12, figs. (January March) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); migration; Mexico]

1985b. New perspectives on the migration biology of the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus L. Contributions in marine Science 27(suppl.): 748 785, 3 figs., 1 tab. (September) [Mexico]

1986. See Seiber, J. N. et al., 1986.

1987a. See Malcolm, S. B. & L. P. Brower, 1987.

1987b. See Calvert, W. H. & L. P. Brower, 1987.

1987c. Commentary: the potential impact of DIPEL spraying on the monarch butterfly overwintering phenomenon. Atala 14(1): 17 19 (March) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]

1987d. See Kelley, R. B. et al., 1987.

1987e. Biological rationale for the conservation of the overwintering sites of the Monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus L., in the States of Michoacán and México. Memoria. Primer Simpo-sium internacional de Fauna silvestre (México) 1: 66-88, 4 figs. [México]

1987f. A royal voyage to an enchanted forest. Orion Nature Quarterly 6: 26-35, figs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); migration; Mexico]

1988a. See Masters, A. R. et al., 1988.

1988b. See Glendinning, J. I. et al., 1988.

1988c. Avian predation on the Monarch Butterfly and its implications for mimicry theory. American Naturalist 131(supplement): 4-6, 2 pls., 1 fig. (June) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); Mexico]

1988d. A place in the sun. Animal Kingdom 91: 42-51, figs. (July-August) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); migration; Mexico]

1989a. See Herman, W. S. et al., 1989.

1989b. See Calvert, W. H. et al., 1989.

1990a. See Glendinning, J. I. & L. P. Brower, 1990.

1990b. See Glendinning, J. I. et al., 1990.

1992a. See Calvert, W. H. et al., 1992.

1992b. See Alonso, A. et al., 1992.

1992c. See Malcolm, S. B. et al., 1992.

1992d. The current status of butterfly royalty. Monarchs and vice­roys revisited. Terra 30(4): 4-15, 14 figs. [Danaus; mimicry]

1993a. See Anderson, J. B. & L. P. Brower, 1993.

1993b. See Cockrell, B. J. et al., 1993.

1993c. See Malcolm, S. B. et al., 1993.

1993d. See Alonso, A. et al., 1993.

1993e. See Arellano, A. et al., 1993.

1993f. Deciphering the spring migration of the Monarch Butterfly. Lore (Milwaukee) 43(2): 6-11, 4 figs. (June) [Danaus plexip-pus (Linnaeus); migration; Mexico]

1995a. Revisión a los mitos de Jürgen Hoth. Ciencias (México) 39: 50-51, 1 fig. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); ecology; con-servation; Mexico]

1995b. Understanding and misunderstanding the migration of the monarch butterfly (Nymphalidae) in North America: 1857-1995. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 49(4): 304-385, 1 fig. (27 December) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); Mexico, Central America, Antilles]

1996a. Monarch Butterfly orientation: Missing pieces of a magnificent puzzle. Journal of experimental Biology 199(1): 93-103, 4 figs. (1 January) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); migration; Mexico]

1996b. See Anderson, J. B. & L. P. Brower, 1996.

1996c. Forest thinning increases monarch butterfly mortality by altering the microclimate of the overwintering sites in Mexico. Decline and Conservation of Butterflies in Japan 3: 33-44, 5 figs. (30 June) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus)]

1997. See Alonso, A. et al., 1997.

1998. See Alonso, A. et al., 1998.

1999a. Biological necessities for monarch butterfly overwintering in relation to the Oyamel forest ecosystem in Mexico, pp. 11-28, 5 figs., 8 tabs. In: Hoth, J., L. Merino, K. S. Oberhauser, I. Pisanty, S. Price & T. Wilkinson (Eds.), 1997 North American Conference on the Monarch Butterfly. Montréal, Commission for Environmental Cooperation. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]

1999b. See Altizer, S. M. et al., 1999.

1999c. See Walton, R. K. & L. P. Brower, 1999.

2000. See Altizer, S. M. et al., 2000.

2001. Canary in the cornfield: the Monarch and the Bt corn contro­versy. Orion 20(2): 32-41, figs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]

2002. Canary in the cornfield; the Monarch and the Bt corn controversy. Lepidoptera News 2001(4): 8-12, 3 figs. (20 May) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]

2003a. See Bojórquez, L. A. et al., 2003.

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, John Alcock and Jane Van Zandt Brower

1971. Avian feeding behaviour and the selective advantage of incipient mimicry, pp. 261 274, 1 pl., 6 tabs. In: Creed, R. (Ed.), Ecological genetics and evolution. Essays in honour of E. B. Ford. Oxford, Blackwell Scientific Publications. [general; Trinidad]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, and Jane Van Zandt Brower

1962. Investigations into mimicry. Natural History (New York) 71(4): 8 19, figs. (April) [general]

1964. Birds, butterflies and plant poisons: A study in ecological chemistry. Zoologica (New York) 49(3): 137 159, 6 tabs. (2 November) [general; host plants; Trinidad]

1972. Parallelism, convergence, divergence, and the new concept of advergence in the evolution of mimicry. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Sciences 44: 59-67, 4 figs. (December) [general; Neotropics]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Jane Van Zandt Brower and Charles T. Collins

1963. Experimental studies of mimicry. 7. Relative palatability and Mullerian mimicry among Neotropical butterflies of the subfamily Heliconiinae. Zoologica (New York) 48(3): 65 84, 1 pl., 9 tabs. (26 December) [general; Trinidad]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Jane Van Zandt Brower and Joseph M. Corvino

1967. Plant poisons in a terrestrial food chain. Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 57(4): 893 898, 1 tab. (April) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus), Anartia amathea (Linnaeus); host plants; behavior; Trinidad]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Jane Van Zandt Brower and Florence Pitkin Cranston

1965. Courtship behavior of the queen butterfly, Danaus gilippus berenice (Cramer). Zoologica (New York) 50(1): 1-39, 7 pls., 11 figs., 9 tabs. (28 May) [general; morphology; Neotropics]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Jane Van Zandt Brower, F. Gary Stiles, Harvey J. Croze and A. S. Hower

1964. Mimicry: Differential advantage of color patterns in the natural environment. Science 144(3615): 183 184, 2 figs., 1 tab. (10 April) [general; Trinidad]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, and William H. Calvert

1985. Foraging dynamics of bird predators on overwintering mo­narch butterflies in Mexico. Evolution 39(4): 852 868, 3 figs., 6 tabs. (July) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus)]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, William H. Calvert, Lee E. Hedrick and John Christian

1977. Biological observations on an overwintering colony of mon­arch butterflies (Danaus plexippus, Danaidae) in Mexico. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 31(4): 232 242, 2 figs., 4 tabs. (27 December) [behavior; ecology]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Guillermo Castilleja, Armando Peralta, José López-García, Luis A. Bojórquez, Salomón Díaz, Erika Daniela Melgarejo and Monica Missrie

2002. Quantitative changes in forest quality in a principal overwintering area of the monarch butterfly in Mexico, 1971-1999. Conservation Biology 16(2): 346-359, 6 figs., 3 tabs. (April) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus)]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Laurence M. Cook and Harvey J. Croze

1967. Predator responses to artificial Batesian mimics released in a neotropical environment. Evolution 21(1): 11-23, 3 figs., 6 tabs. (30 March) [Parides anchises cymochles (Doubleday), P. neophilus parianus (Rothschild and Jordan); Trinidad]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, and Linda Susan Fink

1985. A natural toxic defense system: Cardenolides in butterflies versus birds. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 443: 171 188, 2 figs., 3 tabs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); Mexico]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Linda Susan Fink, Andrew Van Zandt Brower, Kingston L. H. Leong, Karen S. Oberhauser, Sonia M. Altizer, Orley R. Taylor, Jr., Danel Vickerman, William H. Calvert, Tonya Van Hook, Alfonso Alonso, Stephen Baillie Malcolm, Denis Frank Owen and Myron Phillip Zalucki

1995. On the dangers of interpopulational transfers of monarch butterflies. BioScience 45(8): 540-544, 2 figs., 1 tab. (September) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); migration; Mexico]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, B. Elizabeth Horner, Melanie A. Marty, Christine M. Moffitt and Bernardo Villa

1985. Mice (Peromyscus maniculatus, P. spicilegus, and Microtus mexicanus) as predators of overwintering monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) in Mexico. Biotropica 17(2): 89 99, 1 fig., 3 tabs. (June)

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Michael A. Ivie, Linda Susan Fink, John R. Watts and Raymond A. Moranz

1992. Life history of Anetia briarea and its bearing on the evolu-tionary relationships of the Danainae (Lepidoptera: Nym-phalidae). Tropical Lepidoptera 3(2): 64-73, 14 figs. ([18] December) [egg, larva, pupa, imago; host plants; República Dominicana]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, and Margaret Ann Jones

1965. Precourtship interaction of wing and abdominal sex glands in male Danaus butterflies. Proceedings of the royal ento-mological Society of London (A) 40(10/12): 147 151, 2 pls., 1 tab. (31 December) [D. gilippus xanthippus (Felder); Trinidad]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, David R. Kust, Eduardo Rendón, Eligio García, Katherine R. Kust, Jacob Miller, Concha Fernández and Karen Pape

2004. Catastrophic winter storm mortality of monarch butterflies in Mexico during January 2002, pp. 151-166, 2 figs., 4 tabs. In: Oberhauser, K. S. & M. J. Solensky (Eds.), The Monarch Butterfly. Biology and Conservation. Ithaca, Comstock Publishing Associates. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); migration]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, and Stephen Baillie Malcolm

1989. Endangered phenomena. Wings 14(2): 3-10, figs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); migration; Mexico]

1991. Animal migrations: Endangered phenomena. American Zoo-logist 31: 265-276, 3 figs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, Carolyn J. Nelson, James N. Seiber, Linda Susan Fink and Calhoun Bond

1988. Exaptation as an alternative to coevolution in the cardenolide-based chemical defense of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus L.) against avian predators, pp. 447-475, 4 figs., 3 tabs. In: Spencer, K. C. (Ed.), Chemical mediation of coevolu­tion. San Diego, Academic Press, Inc. [Mexico]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, F. Harvey Pough and H. R. Meck

1970. Theoretical investigations of automimicry, I. Single trial learning. Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 66(4): 1059 1066, 2 figs. (15 August) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); host plants; biostatistics; Trinidad, Costa Rica]

Brower, Lincoln Pierson, James N. Seiber, Carolyn J. Nelson, S. P. Lynch, M. P. Hoggard and Jenny A. Cohen

1984. Plant determined variation in cardenolide content and thin-layer chromatography profiles of monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus reared on milkweed plants in California. 3. Asclepias californica. Journal of chemical Ecology 10(12): 1823 1857, 6 figs., 9 tabs. (December) [Mexico]

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