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Observations sur les Genitalia Femelles des Ptérophores Européens [Observations on Female Genitalia of European Plume Moths]

By: Jacques Picard(Author), Jacques Nel(Illustrator)
60 pages, colour illustrations
Observations sur les Genitalia Femelles des Ptérophores Européens [Observations on Female Genitalia of European Plume Moths]
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Language: French

The female genitalia of the 18 European genera of the moth subfamily Platyptiliinae and those of the 12 European genera of the moth subfamily Pterophorinae are illustrated by ventral diagrams using four colours (black, red, green and blue) to facilitate the comparison of structures.

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Les genitalia femelles des 18 genres européens de la sous-famille des Platyptiliinae et ceux des 12 genres européens des la sous-famille des Pterophorinae sont illustrés par des schémas en vue ventrale, au moyen de quatre couleurs (noir, rouge, vert et bleu) afin de faciliter la comparaison des structures.

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By: Jacques Picard(Author), Jacques Nel(Illustrator)
60 pages, colour illustrations
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