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Australian Weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) II

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Australian Weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) II

Brentidae, Eurhynchidae, Apionidae and a Chapter on Immature Stages by Brenda May

Australian Weevils Series

EC Zimmerman  

Illustrations
755 pages
Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING


    Hardback - 1994
ISBN: 9780643051461 - AU $150.00

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 This volume covers the remainder of the primitive weevils (Division Orthoceri), namely the families Brentidae, Eurhynchidae and Apionidae. It catalogues 43 genera and 173 species and features almost 2000 individual drawings and black-and-white photographs. These illustrations are augmented by 270 full-colour habitus photographs in Volumes V and VI. The volume also includes an important chapter on the Immature Stages of Australian Curculionoidea by Brenda May, New Zealand, which describes the larval and pupal stages of 158 species of Australian weevils and features overviews of larval characters and their nomenclature as well as of rearing and preservation techniques applicable to weevil larvae. More than half the drawings in the volume accompany this chapter. 

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