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Zoological Catalogue of Australia, Volume 30.1 :Diptera: Nematocera

Flora / Fauna
By: Australian Biological Resources Study
600 pages, Illus
Zoological Catalogue of Australia, Volume 30.1 :Diptera: Nematocera
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  • Zoological Catalogue of Australia, Volume 30.1 :Diptera: Nematocera ISBN: 9780643064898 Hardback Jun 1999 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Covers the Australian representatives of the many, and often very important, dipteran families grouped under the suborder Nematocera. It catalogues 23 families, 44 subfamilies, 61 tribes, over 300 genera, 199 sub genera, some 2400 species, and nearly 3000 species available names.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Australian Biological Resources Study
600 pages, Illus
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