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Campsomens plumipes confluenla Scoliidae preying on the gold beetle, Cotalpa lanigera Scarabaeidae, in Kansas


Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 40: 208-209
Campsomens plumipes confluenla Scoliidae preying on the gold beetle, Cotalpa lanigera Scarabaeidae, in Kansas


Accession: 038040164



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