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Preliminary Keys for the Identification of the Australian Synthemistidae, Gomphomacromiddae, Pseudocorduliidae, Macromiidae and Austrocorduliidae (Odonata)

Identification Key
Series: CRCFE Identification Guide Volume: 34
By: Gunther Theischinger
88 pages, line drawings, colour plate
Preliminary Keys for the Identification of the Australian Synthemistidae, Gomphomacromiddae, Pseudocorduliidae, Macromiidae and Austrocorduliidae (Odonata)
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  • Preliminary Keys for the Identification of the Australian Synthemistidae, Gomphomacromiddae, Pseudocorduliidae, Macromiidae and Austrocorduliidae (Odonata) ISBN: 9781876144364 Spiralbound Dec 2001 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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