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The Coleoptera of the Salvage Islands / Die Coleoptera von den Wilden Inseln / Os Coleópteros das Ilhas Selvagens

Flora / Fauna
By: Peter E Stüben(Author)
120 pages, 278 colour photos
The Coleoptera of the Salvage Islands / Die Coleoptera von den Wilden Inseln / Os Coleópteros das Ilhas Selvagens
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Language: Trilingual in English, German and Portuguese

The Coleoptera of the Salvage Islands illustrates in high resolution all the currently known species of beetles from these tiny islands set between Madeira Archipelago and the Canary Islands. It includes 278 colour photographs and as supplement a poster of all Copeloptera species. Notes on each taxon are presented, including taxonomic, ecological, distributional and other information (new descriptions, taxonomical changes and new reports).

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Flora / Fauna
By: Peter E Stüben(Author)
120 pages, 278 colour photos
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