INVESTIGADORES
ROIG Sergio Alberto
artículos
Título:
Los Migadopini (Coleoptera: Carabidae) de américa del sur: Descripción de las estructuras genitales Masculinas y femeninas y consideraciones filogenéticas y biogeografícas
Autor/es:
ROIG JUÑENT, SERGIO
Revista:
Acta Entomologica Chilena
Editorial:
Sociedad entomologica Chilena
Referencias:
Lugar: Santiago de Chile; Año: 2004 vol. 28 p. 7 - 7
Resumen:
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