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Ultrastructure of the Chorion of Echthistus cognatus (Loew, 1849) (Diptera, Asilidae)

@inproceedings{Candan2004UltrastructureOT,
  title={Ultrastructure of the Chorion of Echthistus cognatus (Loew, 1849) (Diptera, Asilidae)},
  author={S. Candan and Z. Suludere and Y. Kalender and Ozlem Eryilmaz},
  year={2004}
}
Author Institution: Dept of Biology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Gaza University, Ankara, Turkey 

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