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Ecological observations on the seasonal abundance and excavating activity of a field cricket, Brachytrupes portentosus Licht. (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)

Journal of Soil Biology and Ecology, 11: 42-46

Ecological observations on the seasonal abundance and excavating activity of a field cricket, Brachytrupes portentosus Licht. (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)

Accession: 020909196

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