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Studies on moths of the family Noctuidae using light traps. I. Species composition

Studies on moths of the family Noctuidae using light traps. I. Species composition

Rasteniev"dni Nauki 15(8): 131-143

Moths of the family Noctuidae were caught and identified 3 times a week from 1969 to 1975 in Kostinbrod, Bulgaria, by means of light traps. A total of 215 species were caught and these are listed together with an additional 24 species caught in the localities of Lyubimets, Koulata and Knezha.

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