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The Systematics of Lasiopogon Diptera: Asilidae

By: Robert A Cannings
400 pages, b/w illus, photos & maps
The Systematics of Lasiopogon
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  • The Systematics of Lasiopogon ISBN: 9780772646361 Hardback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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The first study of the genus as a complete entity, defining intrageneric relationships and paying special attention to male and female genitalia. 14 new species of this widespread group are described.

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Robert A. Cannings is Curator of Entomology at the Royal British Columbia Museum. He has studied insects for 30 years and is the author of many technical and popular publications on them.

By: Robert A Cannings
400 pages, b/w illus, photos & maps
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