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Coleoptera of Paris city continuation Those that are new, rare or established Coleopteres de Paris intra-muros suite Ceux qui arrivent, ceux qui survivent, ceux qui sont rares

, : Coleoptera of Paris city continuation Those that are new, rare or established Coleopteres de Paris intra-muros suite Ceux qui arrivent, ceux qui survivent, ceux qui sont rares. Entomologiste (Paris). Aout; 554: 137-138

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