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eBook Dermaptères, ou, Perce-oreilles (Faune de France) (French Edition) ePub

by Vincent Albouy

  • ISBN: 2903052093
  • Category: Foreign Language Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Vincent Albouy
  • Language: French
  • Publisher: Fédération française des sociétés de sciences naturelles (1990)
  • Pages: 245
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Supplementary resources. Noblecourt & al 2004 Dermapteres. A new fossil earwig nymph is described and figured from the Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian to Santonian) amber of Vendée, northwestern France. Thierry Noblecourt · Hervé Brustel · Valladares Lionel. Vendeenympha gravesi n. gen. and s. is distinguished from previously recorded nymphs in other French fossil deposits and compared to modern lineages. This is the third record of earwig nymphs in French Cretaceous ambers.

Quelques captures recentes de dermapteres. faites en France (Dermaptera). dans cette revue (ALBOUY, 1984), je. propose ici quelques localites nouvelles de perce-oreilles que. Nevache 05100 Briancon. En complement ala publication de V. ALBOUY. j'ai. Euborellia moesta (Gene). Ardeche : 15-VIII-198I, gorges de I' Ardeche, Vallon-Pont-d'Arc. Alpes-Maritimes: 6-VIl-.

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