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The heriadine bees of Morocco

The heriadine bees of Morocco

Entomologist 64(8): 159-161

ISSN/ISBN: 0013-8878

[long dash]Heriades crenulatus ssp. aurantifer (p. 159); H. wilmattae (p. 159); H. politulus (p. 160) ; key including 4 spp. of Chelostoma, and Heriades maroccana.

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