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The Nymphs of the Planthoppers and Leafhoppers of Germany

Identification Key
By: Marlies Stöckmann(Author), Robert Biedermann(Author), Herbert Nickel(Author), Rolf Niedringhaus(Author)
420 pages, b/w line drawings
Publisher: WABV
The Nymphs of the Planthoppers and Leafhoppers of Germany
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Language: English

Richly illustrated identification key to the nymphs of all 13 families and 228 genera of plant- and leaf hoppers known to occur in Germany. Of the 630 recorded species, 515 are represented. Alongside habitus drawings there are also drawings depicting the frontal view of the head for many species. Supplementary information on habitat, food-plant and literature. The Nymphs of the Planthoppers and Leafhoppers of Germany can be used independently, or in combination with the main work Plant- and Leafhoppers of Germany.

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Identification Key
By: Marlies Stöckmann(Author), Robert Biedermann(Author), Herbert Nickel(Author), Rolf Niedringhaus(Author)
420 pages, b/w line drawings
Publisher: WABV
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