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Icones Insectorum Europae Centralis: Coleoptera: Brentidae: Nanophyinae [English / Czech]

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Series: Folia Heyrovskyana, Series B Volume: 28
By: Karel Schön(Author)
21 pages, 42 colour photos, 34 b/w line drawings
Icones Insectorum Europae Centralis: Coleoptera: Brentidae: Nanophyinae [English / Czech]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Czech

This issue deals with the species of the beetle subfamily Nanophyinae, family Brentidae. A key to identification of central European species is given.

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Journal / Magazine Identification Key
Series: Folia Heyrovskyana, Series B Volume: 28
By: Karel Schön(Author)
21 pages, 42 colour photos, 34 b/w line drawings
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