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Atlas of Trichoptera of the South West Pacific-Australian Region

Distribution Atlas
Series: Series Entomologica Volume: 37
By: Arturs Neboiss
293 pages, line drawings
Atlas of Trichoptera of the South West Pacific-Australian Region
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  • Atlas of Trichoptera of the South West Pacific-Australian Region ISBN: 9789061935759 Hardback Dec 1986 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Distribution Atlas
Series: Series Entomologica Volume: 37
By: Arturs Neboiss
293 pages, line drawings
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'Benefits to the student of Trichoptera systematics are ready access to figures from papers that are now numerous and sometimes difficult to obtain, and a very handy working manual of figures, accessed using the indexes to general and species found at the back of the book. ...it is an especially important work in the field, and is a milestone in Trichoptera systematics.' Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 26:62 (1987)
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