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The Beetles of the World, Volume 2: Batocerini (Part 2)

Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: Jacques Rigout(Author)
128 pages, 54 plates with colour illustrations; b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Sciences Nat
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Language: Trilingual in English, French, and German

The genera studied are: Megacriodes, Microcriodes, Abatocera, Doesburgia and a revision of the genus Rosenbergia with the description of many new species.

Summary in French:
Étude des genres Megacriodes, Microcriodes, Abatocera, Doesburgia et une révision du merveilleux genre Rosenbergia avec la description de plusieurs espèces nouvelles. L'étude des différentes espèces et sous-espèces est basée sur les caractères distinctifs qui les séparent les uns des autres. Plusieurs espèces nouvelles sont décrites. Les cartes de répartitions sont utiles pour bien comprendre la dispersion des différentes espèces du genre.

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Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: Jacques Rigout(Author)
128 pages, 54 plates with colour illustrations; b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Sciences Nat
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