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ESTUDIO DE LOS CARACTERES DEL HUEVO EN DIVERSOS CERAMBYCIDAE IBERICOS Y SU INTERES TAXONOMICO (COLEOPTERA)

@inproceedings{Hernndez1991ESTUDIODL,
  title={ESTUDIO DE LOS CARACTERES DEL HUEVO EN DIVERSOS CERAMBYCIDAE IBERICOS Y SU INTERES TAXONOMICO (COLEOPTERA)},
  author={J. Hern{\'a}ndez},
  year={1991}
}
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