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Key to families for larvae of Lepidoptera






Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 26(3): 151-169

Key to families for larvae of Lepidoptera

A key to larvae of the families of Lepidoptera is presented, on the basis of morphology and chaetotaxonomy.


Accession: 002147589



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