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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Beetles (Coleoptera)

Révision Générale des Harpalinae d'Afrique et de Madagascar (Coleoptera Carabidae), Première Partie [General Review of Harpalinae from Africa and Madagascar, Part 1]

Identification Key Monograph Out of Print
By: P Basilewsky(Author)
292 pages, 9 plates with b/w line drawings; 200 b/w line drawings
Révision Générale des Harpalinae d'Afrique et de Madagascar (Coleoptera Carabidae), Première Partie [General Review of Harpalinae from Africa and Madagascar, Part 1]
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  • Révision Générale des Harpalinae d'Afrique et de Madagascar (Coleoptera Carabidae), Première Partie [General Review of Harpalinae from Africa and Madagascar, Part 1] Paperback unopened pages Dec 1950 Out of Print #148361
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Language: French

This is the first part of a taxonomic review of the beetle subfamily Harpalinae from Africa, including Madagascar.

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