Corpus ID: 82270348

Chorionic structure of Graphosoma lineatum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae).

  title={Chorionic structure of Graphosoma lineatum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae).},
  author={Selami Candan and Zekiye Suludere},
  journal={Journal of the Entomological Research Society},
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