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Arachnida at "Reserva Ducke", Central Amazonia/Brazil

@article{Adis2002ArachnidaA,
  title={Arachnida at "Reserva Ducke", Central Amazonia/Brazil},
  author={Joachim Adis and Alexandre B. Bonaldo and Antonio Domingos Brescovit and Rogerio Bertani and James C. Cokendolpher and Bruno Esteves Conde and Adriano Brilhante Kury and Wilson Roberto Lourenço and Volker. Mahnert and Ricardo Pinto-da-Rocha and Norman I. Platnick and James R. Reddell and Cristina A Rheims and Lincoln S. Rocha and Mark Rowland and Peter Weygoldt and Steffen Woas},
  journal={Amazoniana-limnologia Et Oecologia Regionalis Systemae Fluminis Amazonas},
  year={2002},
  volume={17},
  pages={1-14}
}
  • J. Adis, A. Bonaldo, +14 authors S. Woas
  • Published 2002
  • Biology
  • Amazoniana-limnologia Et Oecologia Regionalis Systemae Fluminis Amazonas
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