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Catalogue Biogéographique et Taxonomique des Chilopodes (Chilopoda) de France Métropolitaine

By: Étienne Iorio(Author)
372 pages, 30 illustrations, 147 distribution maps
Catalogue Biogéographique et Taxonomique des Chilopodes (Chilopoda) de France Métropolitaine
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Language: French

This volume in the memoir series gives both a biogeographical and taxonomical overview of centipedes found in metropolitan France.

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By: Étienne Iorio(Author)
372 pages, 30 illustrations, 147 distribution maps
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