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Strophosoma melanogrammum Forst. - A pest on young beech trees and on European mountain ash in the Zdar region

@article{Urban1999StrophosomaMF,
  title={Strophosoma melanogrammum Forst. - A pest on young beech trees and on European mountain ash in the Zdar region},
  author={Jan Urban},
  journal={Journal of forest science},
  year={1999},
  volume={45},
  pages={64-80}
}
  • J. Urban
  • Published 8 April 1999
  • Environmental Science
  • Journal of forest science
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