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Chemical and acoustic defensive signals in mutillid wasps Hymenoptera Chemische und akustische Abwehrsignale bei Mutilliden Hymenoptera






Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie. Dezember; 131-6: 389-392

Chemical and acoustic defensive signals in mutillid wasps Hymenoptera Chemische und akustische Abwehrsignale bei Mutilliden Hymenoptera



Accession: 038067106



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