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Coleoptera captured on tree roots, mainly oaks, upturned by the storm of December 26th 1999 Coleopteres captures sur les racines des arbres, principalement des chenes, renverses par la tempete du 26 decembre 1999

, : Coleoptera captured on tree roots, mainly oaks, upturned by the storm of December 26th 1999 Coleopteres captures sur les racines des arbres, principalement des chenes, renverses par la tempete du 26 decembre 1999. Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de Mulhouse, 574: 91-95

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