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Karyotaxonomical studies on genus Oscinella (Diptera, Chloropidae)


, : Karyotaxonomical studies on genus Oscinella (Diptera, Chloropidae). Acta Zoologica Bulgarica (29): 25-35

The karyotypes of Oscinella frit, O. pusilla, O. hortensis, O. nigerrima and O. maura are described in detail on the basis of studies of insects collected in the field in Hungary and Bulgaria.

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