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Vol 4, No 16 (2016)
Mariya A. Chursina Oleg P. Negrobov
Research Article: pages: 1–11; references: 29; figures: 6; tables: 2. http://dx.doi.org/10.12976/jib/2016.4.16
received: 22 March 2016; accepted: 31 July 2016; published: 10 August 2016
Table of Contents
|Intraspecific variation in wing shape of Poecilobothrus regalis (Meigen, 1824) (Diptera, Dolichopodidae)|
|Mariya A. Chursina, Oleg P. Negrobov||1-11|
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