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Castiarina: Australia's Richest Jewel Beetle Genus

Identification Key Monograph Out of Print
By: Shelley Barker
341 pages, colour illus
Castiarina: Australia's Richest Jewel Beetle Genus
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  • Castiarina: Australia's Richest Jewel Beetle Genus ISBN: 9780642568434 Hardback Dec 2006 Out of Print #160546
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A useful tool for professional scientists, natural resource managers and wildlife protection officials, this book includes identification keys, diagnostic features, notes on mimicry, distribution and adult food plants, and realistic colour renditions of the beetles. For those with an artistic eye and love of fine books, the splendid design and superb illustrations of all 478 Castiarina species - these real jewels - will bring delight.

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Identification Key Monograph Out of Print
By: Shelley Barker
341 pages, colour illus
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