Australian Weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) I: by EC Zimmerman

By EC Zimmerman

In quantity I, the primitive weevil households Anthribidae, Belidae, Nemonychidae, Caridae, Rhynchitidae and Attelabidae are taken care of. 100 and genera and four hundred species are catalogued. The species are illustrated by means of approximately 1035 person drawings and black and white pictures, as well as 650 color pictures when it comes to primitive weevil households in Volumes V and VI.
Volume I features a bankruptcy on Nemonychidae by means of G Kuschel and likewise a massive Postscript detailing a few the most important taxonomic alterations in numerous weevil subfamilies which are in simple terms handled intimately within the later volumes.

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