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Coenonympha lyllus Esper, 1805, spec rev a new taxonomic approach to the pamphilus Lepidoptera Nymphalidae Satyrinae complex Coenonympha lyllus Esper, 1805, spec rev une nouvelle approche taxinomique du complexe pamphilus Lepidoptera Nymphalidae Satyrinae


, : Coenonympha lyllus Esper, 1805, spec rev a new taxonomic approach to the pamphilus Lepidoptera Nymphalidae Satyrinae complex Coenonympha lyllus Esper, 1805, spec rev une nouvelle approche taxinomique du complexe pamphilus Lepidoptera Nymphalidae Satyrinae. Alexanor. 2002( ) janvier-mars; 225: 243-309


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Anonymous, 2003: Coenonympha lyllus Esper, 1805, spec. rev. une nouvelle approche taxinomique du complexe pamphilus (Lepidoptera Nymphalidae Satyrinae)

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