Ecological and behavioral observations of select Attacini

  • 53 Pages
  • 3.73 MB
  • English
Saturniidae , Johnston, IA (5324 NW 78 Ct., Johnston 50131)
Saturniidae -- Ecology., Saturniidae -- Beha
Other titlesAttacini.
StatementRobert D. Weast.
LC ClassificationsQL561.S2 W4 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination53 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2270308M
LC Control Number89158061

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