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Bruchidae Coleoptera of Argentina IV Genus Pectinibruchus Kingsolver 1967 Bruchidae Coleoptera de la Argentina - IV Genero Pectinibruchus Kingsolver 167


, : Bruchidae Coleoptera of Argentina IV Genus Pectinibruchus Kingsolver 1967 Bruchidae Coleoptera de la Argentina - IV Genero Pectinibruchus Kingsolver 167. Fundacion Miguel Lillo Miscelanea, 122: 68-72

One species of Pectinibruchus found in Argentina: P. longiscutus, is redescribed and figured herein and its distribution, life cycle and host plants are mentioned.

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