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Notes on a collection of Grylloblatta campodeiformis Walker



Notes on a collection of Grylloblatta campodeiformis Walker



Canadian Field Nat 71(3): 149-152



The recovery of G. campodeiformis from a number of new localities suggests that the insect is not so rare as previously supposed. On the basis of head measurements, it is suggested that there are 4 nymphal instars. The possibility that the insect does not hibernate in spite of its extreme habitat is discussed.

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