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The Beetles of the World, Volume 1: Batocerini (Part 1)

Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: Jacques Rigout(Author), Brian Morris(Translated by)
123 pages, 30 plates with colour photos; 32 b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Sciences Nat
The Beetles of the World, Volume 1: Batocerini (Part 1)
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Language: Bilingual in English and French

All the species of the genus Batocera are illustrated in colour. A study of all the known Batocera. The distribution maps are useful for the knowledge of the dispersion of the different species of the genus.

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Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: Jacques Rigout(Author), Brian Morris(Translated by)
123 pages, 30 plates with colour photos; 32 b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Sciences Nat
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