By: Fortuné Chalumeau and Bernard Brochier
324 pages, no illustrations
Language: French, also available in English
For the naturalist and the traveller, the American Andes are one of the richest parts of the world from a faunistic, geological and botanical point of view. F. Chalumeau and B. Brochier have devoted some thirteen years to studying a difficult and predominantly Andean subfamily of Coleoptera, consisting of thirty-three representatives in South America, two in Australia, and a fossil one in Europe.
This book aims to provide a practical tool for the determination of all the surveyed species within an accurate taxonomical framework and to examine the biogeography of the group from a worldwide perspective.
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