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Catalogue of the Heteroptera of the Palaearctic Region, Volume 5: Pentatomomorpha II

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Edited By: Berend Aukema and Christian Rieger
550 pages, no illustrations
Catalogue of the Heteroptera of the Palaearctic Region, Volume 5: Pentatomomorpha II
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Please note: this volume can only be ordered as part of the 5-volume set.

The fifth volume of the Catalogue contains the following families:
Stenocephalidae
Rhopalidae
Alydidae
Urostylididae
Thaumastellidae
Parastrachiidae
Cydnidae
Thyreocoridae
Plataspidae
Acanthosomatidae
Tessaratomidae
Scutelleridae
Dinidoridae
Pentatomidae

The included families are represented by altogether 2133 species and 43 subspecies of 465 genera.

 

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