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Parasitic Hymenoptera and the Biodiversity Crisis

La Salle J, Gauld I ...see all

Redia, vol. LXXIV, issue 3 (1991) pp. 315-334

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Abstract

Parasitic Hymenoptera are one of the most species rich and abundant groups of organisms. - are one of the most ecologically important groups of arthropods. - make up to 20 % of the world's insect species.

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  • John La Salle

  • Ian Gauld

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