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Contribution to knowledge of the Cassidinae of France. Study of their spermatheca (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae)






Nouvelle Revue d' Entomologie 4(2): 161-176

Contribution to knowledge of the Cassidinae of France. Study of their spermatheca (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae)

The spermathecae of the 33 species of Cassidinae known from France are described and figured.


Accession: 001554007



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