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Results of the Zoological Missions to Australia of the Regional Museum of Natural Sciences of Turin, Italy - II

Monograph
By: Mauro Daccordi(Editor), Pier Mauro Giachino(Editor)
644 pages, Line drawings
Results of the Zoological Missions to Australia of the Regional Museum of Natural Sciences of Turin, Italy - II
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Language: English

This second volume presents the rest of the contributions based on the research that the entomologists M. Daccordi and P.M. Giachino have conducted in Australia since 1991.

The aim of the research project was to search for faunistic and distributional data that could further confirm the hypothesis that there are very ancient phyletic lines in Australia belonging in particular to some families of Coleoptera (carabids, cholevids, and chrysomelids).

Included are the descriptions of 15 genera, 2 subgenera, 104 species and 1 subspecies new to science.

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Monograph
By: Mauro Daccordi(Editor), Pier Mauro Giachino(Editor)
644 pages, Line drawings
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