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South-African butterflies a monograph of the extra-tropical species by Roland Trimen

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Statementby Roland Trimen ; assisted by James Henry Bowker
ContributionsBowker, James Henry
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Pagination3 volumes, plates :
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Open LibraryOL26299583M

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