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The Carabids of Serbia

By: SB Curcic, MM Brajkovic and BPM Curcic
1083 pages, b&w maps
The Carabids of Serbia
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  • The Carabids of Serbia ISBN: 9788670780484 Hardback Dec 2007 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: English

Selection and Use of Technical Methods and Procedures
Study Area and Materials
Serbia (Geological Data, Fossil Relief, Ancient Volcanic Relief, Hydrology, Fluvial Relief, Eolian Relief, Karst, Pedology, Climatology, Plant Life)
Biospeleological Investigations of Ground Beetles in Serbia
Abbreviations and Symbols used in the Monograph
Taxonomic List of Carabids in Serbia
UTM Distribution Maps
Results and Discussion
Literature Cited

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By: SB Curcic, MM Brajkovic and BPM Curcic
1083 pages, b&w maps
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