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Parasitic bees allied to the genus Biastes

Parasitic bees allied to the genus Biastes

Trudy Zoologicheskogo Instituta 2(1): 51-75

ISSN/ISBN: 0206-0477

Descr. and notes on 9 spp., includingSchmiedekncchtiagussakov-skyi* (p.58), Central Asia, probably parasitic on Panur-(jinus africana and P. variegatua.

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