Antennal evolution in the Brachycera (Diptera), with a reassessment of terminology relating to the flagellum

@inproceedings{Stuckenberg1999AntennalEI,
  title={Antennal evolution in the Brachycera (Diptera), with a reassessment of terminology relating to the flagellum},
  author={B. Stuckenberg},
  year={1999}
}
  • B. Stuckenberg
  • Published 1999
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