BIOLOGICAL NOTES ON THE INTRODUCED SAWFLY PRIOPHORUS MORIO (LEPELETIER) (HYMENOPTERA: TENTHREDINIDAE) IN AUSTRALIA

@article{Callan1978BIOLOGICALNO,
  title={BIOLOGICAL NOTES ON THE INTRODUCED SAWFLY PRIOPHORUS MORIO (LEPELETIER) (HYMENOPTERA: TENTHREDINIDAE) IN AUSTRALIA},
  author={E. McC. Callan},
  journal={Australian Journal of Entomology},
  year={1978},
  volume={17},
  pages={23-24}
}
  • E. Callan
  • Published 1 March 1978
  • Biology
  • Australian Journal of Entomology
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