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Ball G. E., Casale A. & Vigna Taglianti A. eds, 1999 [1998]. -Phylogeny and classification of Caraboidea (Coleóptera : Adephaga)

  title={Ball G. E., Casale A. \& Vigna Taglianti A. eds, 1999 [1998]. -Phylogeny and classification of Caraboidea (Cole{\'o}ptera : Adephaga)},
  author={T. Deuve},
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