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Insects of the Brazilian Pine / Insekten der Brasilianischen Araukarie / Insectos do Pinheiro Brasileiro

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Roland Mecke
79 pages, Figs
Insects of the Brazilian Pine / Insekten der Brasilianischen Araukarie / Insectos do Pinheiro Brasileiro
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  • Insects of the Brazilian Pine / Insekten der Brasilianischen Araukarie / Insectos do Pinheiro Brasileiro ISBN: 9783000100789 Paperback Dec 2002 Out of Print #135216
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Language: Trilingual in English , German, and Portuguese

This guide will help to identify in the field the abundant insects to be found on Araucaria trees. Information is also provided on the distribution and life history of the these insects.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Roland Mecke
79 pages, Figs
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