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Invertébrés Armoricains, Les Cahiers du Gretia 4: Les Pyrales de la Manche [Armorican Invertebrates, Volume 4: The Pyralid Moths of the Channel]

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Series: Invertébrés Armoricains Volume: 4
By: Nicole Lepertel(Author), Jean-Paul Quinette(Author)
124 pages, 319 colour photos, 33 b/w illustrations, b/w distribution maps
Invertébrés Armoricains, Les Cahiers du Gretia 4: Les Pyrales de la Manche [Armorican Invertebrates, Volume 4: The Pyralid Moths of the Channel]
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Language: French

A photographic guide to 121 species of microlepidoptera found in the Channel regions of France.

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Field / Identification Guide Journal / Magazine
Series: Invertébrés Armoricains Volume: 4
By: Nicole Lepertel(Author), Jean-Paul Quinette(Author)
124 pages, 319 colour photos, 33 b/w illustrations, b/w distribution maps
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