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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Earwigs (Dermaptera)

The Dermaptera of the Belgian Congo, Part I, Pygidicranidae

Identification Key Monograph
By: WD Hincks(Author)
50 pages, 36 b/w line drawings
The Dermaptera of the Belgian Congo, Part I, Pygidicranidae
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The series of papers of which the present is the first instalment is intended to provide a preliminary survey of the earwig fauna of the rich and extensive territories of the Belgian Congo. It sets out to give a catalogue of the species known to occur within the area and a summary of the available distributional data. It is also intended to provide a more or less adequate means of identifying the species enumerated.

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Identification Key Monograph
By: WD Hincks(Author)
50 pages, 36 b/w line drawings
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