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Larvae of Northern European Noctuidae, Volume 3 / Pohjoisen Euroopan Yökkösten Toukat, Osa 3

Flora / Fauna
By: Matti Ahola(Author), Kimmo Silvonen(Author)
600 pages, plates with colour photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Apollo Books
Larvae of Northern European Noctuidae, Volume 3 / Pohjoisen Euroopan Yökkösten Toukat, Osa 3
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Language: Bilingual in English and Finnish

The last volume includes, in addition to the larvae of Noctuini and Agrotini, additions to volumes 1 and 2. The phylogenetics of Noctuidae were studied on the basis of morphology, mouth part structure, and chaetotaxy. Maria Heikkilä wrote a special section on cladistics and Lauri Kaila built consensus trees based on the included matrix data. There is also a section on photographing larvae. The index covers all three volumes.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Matti Ahola(Author), Kimmo Silvonen(Author)
600 pages, plates with colour photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Apollo Books
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