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Ann. N. York Acad. Sci., 9
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Grypogona Cook, 1896 (original description)
Megarafonus Casey, 1897 (original description)
Melogona Cook, 1896 (original description)
Mycogona Cook, 1896 (original description)
Noctophus Casey, 1897 accepted as Euconnus Thomson, 1859 (original description)
Ochogona Cook, 1896 (original description)
Ophiodesmus Cook, 1896 (original description)
Orthodesmus Cook, 1896 (original description)
Pachydesmus Cook, 1896 (original description)
Papusus Casey, 1897 (original description)
Parascydmus Casey, 1897 (original description)
Phanogona Cook, 1896 (original description)
Pilopius Casey, 1897 accepted as Ctenisodes Raffray, 1897 (original description)
Psomophus Casey, 1897 accepted as Euconnus Thomson, 1859 (original description)
Pycnoplectus Casey, 1897 (original description)
Rhachis Cook, 1896 accepted as Rhachodesmus Cook, 1896 (original description)
Rhachodesmus Cook, 1896 (original description)
Rhinotus Cook, 1896 (original description)
Rhysodesmus Cook, 1896 (original description)
Scopophus Casey, 1897 accepted as Euconnus Thomson, 1859 (original description)
Smicrophus Casey, 1897 accepted as Euconnus Thomson, 1859 (original description)
Taphroscydmus Casey, 1897 (original description)
Trachygona Cook & Collins, 1895 (original description)
Trachystreptus Cook, 1895 (original description)
Trimiomelba Casey, 1897 (original description)
Underwoodia Cook & Collins, 1895 (original description)
Xestophus Casey, 1897 accepted as Euconnus Thomson, 1859 (original description)
Xiphogona Cook & Collins, 1895 (original description)
Xyloiulus Cook, 1895 † (original description)
Xystodesmus Cook, 1895 (original description)
Zolium Casey, 1897 (original description)
Zygomicrus Casey, 1897 accepted as Eulechriops Faust, 1896 (original description)

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