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Taxonomical studies on five dermapterous species in Egypt


, : Taxonomical studies on five dermapterous species in Egypt. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 34(3): 1201-1212

Descriptions of five species of Dermaptera found in Egypt (Forficula lucasi, F. auricularia, Anisolabis annulipes Labidura riparia and Labia minor) are given using the external morphological characters of adults. Major characteristics are illustrated for accurate determination.


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