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Faune de France, Volume 55: Plécoptères

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Faune de France Volume: 55
By: Raymond Despax(Author)
280 pages, 128 b/w line drawings
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Language: French

Volume 55 deals with the Plecoptera, commonly known as stoneflies.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Faune de France Volume: 55
By: Raymond Despax(Author)
280 pages, 128 b/w line drawings
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