Origin of grain storage and insect species consuming desiccated food

Abstract

The dwellers of ancient Egypt (km't*) have left in their tombs, paintings and papyri an immeasurable legacy of information concerning their religion, writing, language, agriculture, food storage and pest control. Several insect species (belonging to the families Anobiidae, Braconidae, Cleridae, Curculionidae, Cyclorrhapha, Dermestidae, Phycitidae, Ptinidae… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01906428

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