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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Lice (Phthriptera)

Notes on the Type Collection of the Chewinglice (Phthiraptera, Mallophaga S.L., : Insecta) in the Zoological Survey of India

By: KV Lakshminarayan(Author)
44 pages, 7 plates with illustrations; b/w illustrations
Notes on the Type Collection of the Chewinglice (Phthiraptera, Mallophaga S.L., : Insecta) in the Zoological Survey of India
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Language: English

This volume provides notes on the type collection of chewinglice (Phthiraptera, Mallophaga s.l., : insecta) in the Zoological Survey of India, a group of insects whose nomenclature is confusing due to past author ignoring rules of nomenclature.

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By: KV Lakshminarayan(Author)
44 pages, 7 plates with illustrations; b/w illustrations
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