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Beetles. 200 Million years of evolution

Beetles. 200 Million years of evolution

Escarabajos 200 Millones de anos de Evolucion: 132

In this book on Coleoptera, intended for a non-specialist readership, with students especially in mind, the author makes available to the general public much information accumulated at the Instituto de Ecologia in Mexico City, with the hope of stimulating wider interest in the species that occur in Mexico. The book is lavishly illustrated with line drawings and photographs, many of which are in colour.

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