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Campodeidae from the Scalorias cave Gargano, Italia Diplura, Campodeidae Campodeides de la grotte Scaloria Gargano, Italie Diplura, Campodeidae


, : Campodeidae from the Scalorias cave Gargano, Italia Diplura, Campodeidae Campodeides de la grotte Scaloria Gargano, Italie Diplura, Campodeidae. Bulletin de l'Academie Lorraine des Sciences, 413-4: 121-124

An new subspecies of troglobitic Campodeid from the cave Scaloria (Gargano Italia).

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