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Apocleinae are a subfamily of assassin flies proposed in 1973. The proposed taxon is, however, polyphyletic and is no longer recognized as a subfamily. Most ‘Apocleinae’ genera are now included in the subfamily Asilinae.
- Papavero, N. (1973). "Studies of Asilidae (Diptera) systematics and evolution. I. A preliminary classification in subfamilies". Arquivos de Zoologia. 23: 217–274. Retrieved 10 January 2017.
- "Asilidae generic classification sensu Dikow 2009 | Asiloid Flies". asiloidflies.si.edu. Retrieved 10 January 2017.
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