Thanks for your reminding. I noted the publication by Lafontaine and Fibiger (2006) for quite some time now. It'll probably take a while, if it ever could, before their proposed classification was eventually debated and accepted by most entomologists. For the meanwhile, I'll still stick to the more 'traditional' classification used by the Natural History Museum of UK.
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