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The Beetles of the World, Volume 29: Rutelini 3 [English / French] Pseudoptenomela, Paraptenomela, Exoptenomela, Ptenomela, Calomacraspis, Paramacraspis, Paradorysthetus, Macraspis, Pseudodorysthetus, Dorysthetus, Anticheiroides, Anticheira, Pseudoanticheiroides

Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: Marc Soula(Author), Brian Morris(Translated by)
79 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Hillside Books
The Beetles of the World, Volume 29: Rutelini 3 [English / French]
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  • The Beetles of the World, Volume 29: Rutelini 3 [English / French] ISBN: 9781903237229 Hardback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Language: Bilingual in English and French

This is the second volume with colour illustrations of the insects studied by the author in his revision of the Rutelini of the former sub-tribe of the Anticheirina. Two volumes of text in French have already appeared in the series The Coleoptera of the World, volumes 26/1 & 26/2. These works are composed of numerous keys, drawings and representations of genitalia. The text of the current work is, therefore, intentionally reduced. The publisher suggests that the reader who has any doubts or difficulties in determining a specimen should refer to these text volumes.

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Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: Marc Soula(Author), Brian Morris(Translated by)
79 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Hillside Books
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